FAQs ABOUT TIGOTREAT CREAM
What TIGOTREAT CREAM is and what it is used for?
TIGOTREAT CREAM contains Ozenoxacin which belongs to the group of medicines called Quinolone antibiotics. It is used for treating topical impetigo in adults and children aged 2 months and above.
Where do you apply TIGOTREAT CREAM?
TIGOTREAT CREAM is usually applied to affected skin. Do not apply on the eyes, nose, mouth and mucous membrane.
How TIGOTREAT CREAM works?
TIGOTREAT CREAM works by inhibiting the bacterial DNA replication enzymes and prevents the bacteria from multiplying, thereby works against the bacteria and reducing the skin infection.
What is impetigo?
Impetigo is a superficial skin infection mainly affects the infants and children. Symptoms include red sores on the face, nose, mouth or on the arms and legs.
What are the side effects of applying TIGOTREAT CREAM?
The most common side effects of this medicine are irritation and itching at application site, rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis. Contact your physician if the side effects worsen.