Lulitin

Luliconazole is an imidazole antifungal agent with a unique structure, as the imidazole moiety is incorporated into the ketene dithioacetate structure. Luliconazole is the R-enantiomer, and has more potent antifungal activity than lanoconazole, which is a racemic mixture.

Lulitin cream to apply to the skin. To treat jock itch and ringworm, luliconazole is usually applied once a day for 1 week. To treat athlete’s foot, luliconazole is usually applied once a day for 2 weeks. Follow the directions on your prescription label carefully, and ask your doctor or pharmacist to explain any part you do not understand. Use luliconazole exactly as directed. Do not use more or less of it or use it more often than prescribed by your doctor.

Lulitin managing tinea infection in hairy areas, large surface areas, skin folds & on oozing lesion. It has higher mycological cure rate, faster in action, highly effective in dermatophytes & candida and it takes shorter duration of treatment.

  • Use Lulitin exactly as your doctor tells you to use it
  • If you have athlete’s foot (tinea pedis), apply a thin layer of Lulitin to the affected skin areas and to about 1 inch of the surrounding healthy skin 1 time a day for 2 weeks
  • If you have jock itch (tinea cruris) or ringworm (tinea corporis), apply Lulitin to the affected skin areas and to about 1 inch of the surrounding healthy skin 1 time a day for 1 week
  • Wash your hands after you apply Lulitin