Lulimac Cream 10gm

Fungal Rx required

Best Price*  ₹ 124.00
MRP ₹155.00
(Inclusive of all taxes) * Mfr: Macleods Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd * Country of Origin: INDIA


LULIMAC contains Luliconazole which belongs to the group of medicines called azole antifungal agents. It is indicated for the topical treatment of interdigital tinea pedis, tinea cruris and tinea corporis caused by organisms like Trichophyton rubrum and Epidermophyton floccosum in adult patients. Tinea pedis (athlete’s foot) is a dermatophyte infection of soles of feet and interdigital spaces. Tinea cruris, also known as jock itch is a superficial fungus infection of crotch (region where your leg joins) and perineum. Tinea corporis, popularly known as ringworm, is a fungal infection characterized by red, itchy, circular rash with clearer skin in the middle.

Luliconazole exerts its antifungal activity by disrupting the permeability of normal fungal cell membrane. It inhibits the enzyme lanosterol demethylase, which results in decreased amounts of ergosterol, which is a major component of the fungus cell membranes. It is only for topical use. It is not for ophthalmic, oral or intravaginal use. LULIMAC is generally well tolerated and does not pose any side effects. However, if you experience any application site reactions, check with your physician. This medicine should be used during pregnancy only if the potential benefit justifies the potential risk to the fetus. Consult your doctor before using. It is not known whether luliconazole can be excreted in breast milk. It should be used with caution in lactating mothers.


  • Treats interdigital tinea pedis, tinea cruris and tinea corporis in adults


Luliconazole inhibits the synthesis of ergosterol by inhibiting the enzyme called lanosterol demethylase in the susceptible fungi. Inhibition of lanosterol demethylase by luliconazole results in decreased concentration of ergosterol, a constituent of fungal cell membranes, and a corresponding accumulation of lanosterol.


Apply this medicine as directed by your physician. It is only for topical use. It is not for ophthalmic, oral or intravaginal use. Apply a thin layer of the medicine to the affected area and approximately 1 inch of immediate surrounding areas. once daily for 1 or 2 weeks. Wash your hands after use. Continue to apply this medicine, as long as your doctor tells you to do so, to obtain better results.



  • itching
  • skin irritation or redness
  • contact dermatitis
  • eczema


Skin irritation or redness:

Avoid hot showers or baths because hot water can irritate the skin. Do not rub or scratch the affected area. Regularly use sunscreens and protective clothing when you are going outdoors. Regularly use moisturizers to soothe and hydrate the affected area. If it does not get better, speak to your doctor.



LULIMAC should only be used during pregnancy if the potential benefit justifies the potential risk to unborn baby. There are no adequate and well-controlled studies of this medicine in pregnant women.


Before using this medicine, inform your doctor if you are breastfeeding, because it is not known that, if LULIMAC can cross into human milk. Consult your doctor for advice.


Do not drive or use any tools or machines if your ability is affected by this medicine.


Do not apply this medicine if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to luliconazole or similar azole antifungal agents.


Tell your doctor about all the medicines you use, including non-prescription and prescription medicines, and herbal supplements.


Drug :   Luliconazole
Pharmacological Category :   Azole antifungal agents
Therapeutic Indication :   Tinea pedis, Tinea cruris and Tinea corporis
Dosage Forms :  

Cream, Ointment, Gel, Lotion, Powder, Soap, Spray, Topical solution


Store below 20-25°C and keep out of reach of children.


Can LULIMAC be used in children?

No. The safety and effectiveness of this medicine have not been established in pediatric patients. Consult your doctor before using.

Can LULIMAC be applied on the face?

Yes. It can be used on the face.

Can LULIMAC be applied on the scalp?

There are not enough data, regarding application of this medicine to your scalp. Consult your doctor before applying.


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2. Bausch Health Americas, Inc. Maximal Use of Luliconazole Cream 1% in Pediatric Participants with Moderate to Severe Tinea Pedis or Tinea Cruris. NIH U.S. National Library of Medicine [Revised on November 2019] [Accessed 30th October 2020]

3. Deepshikha Khanna and Subhash Bharti. Luliconazole for the treatment of fungal infections: an evidence-based review. NCBI; PMC US National Library of Medicine, National Institute of Health. September 2014. [Accessed 30th October 2020]

4. Aditya K Gupta and Deanne Daigle. A critical appraisal of once-daily topical luliconazole for the treatment of superficial fungal infections. NCBI; PMC US National Library of Medicine, National Institute of Health. January 2016. [Accessed 30th October 2020]

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