Buy Loprox Cream Or Lotion Online

This medication is also known under the following names in the USA and Canada:

Brand names: Ciclodan, Ciclodan Kit, CNL8 Nail, Loprox, Pedipirox-4, Penlac Nail Lacquer

Generic name: Ciclopirox topical

Brand Medications For Sale - Loprox

Product nameDosage / Strength
Loprox Cream 1% See Prices
Loprox Lotion 1% See Prices

Generic Medication For Sale - Ciclopirox

No Available Generic Equivalents At The Moment

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Information About Loprox and/or Equivalents

Loprox Cream and Loprox Lotion are a topical antifungal treatment that contains ciclopirox and treats skin infections such as athlete’s foot, ringworm, jock itch, and yeast infections. This cream should be applied twice daily. It is manufactured by Medimetriks Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and was approved for marketing by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2003.

Active ingredients

Ciclopirox is a synthetic, broad-spectrum, antifungal agent. Its main action is to suppress the growth of fungus. The agent inhibits metal-dependent enzymes. This leads to the disruption of peroxides and plasma membrane of the fungal cell. In vitro, it has proven to work against isolates of trichophyton rubrum, trichophyton mentagrophytes, epidermophyton floccosum, microsporum canis, and candida albicans.

Conditions treated

The drug has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of dermal infections including:

  • Tinea pedis, tinea cruris and tinea corporis (trichophyton rubrum, trichophyton mentagrophytes, epidermophyton floccosum, and microsporum canis);
  • Candidiasis (moniliasis) due to candida albicans.

Dosage information

Gently massage Loprox into the affected area twice daily, in the morning and evening. Within the first week of treatment, clinical improvement such as relief of itching/pruritus and relief of other symptoms will occur. If there are no clinical improvement after 4 weeks of treatment with Loprox, consult your doctor. Patients with tinea versicolor will exhibit mycological clearing after 2 weeks of treatment.

Side effects

  • Redness at the site of application;
  • Irritation;
  • Itching.

This may not be a complete list of possible side effects. Review the product leaflet for more information. If you experience any adverse effects, contact your doctor.

Warnings and precautions

The following precautionary measures should be exercised while using Loprox 1%.


Contraindications of Loprox include individuals who have known hypersensitivity to any of its ingredients.

Your doctor will determine if you are a suitable candidate for this treatment.


  • Loprox is not for ophthalmic use.
  • There are no established safety and effectiveness in pediatric patients below the age of 10 years.
  • Only use on pregnant women if the benefit outweighs the potential risk to the fetus. There is no established safety and effectiveness in pregnant or nursing mothers.
  • Avoid using occlusive wrappings or dressings.
  • Use the medication for the full treatment time, even though symptoms may have improved earlier. Notify your physician if there is no significant improvement after 4 weeks.

Drug interactions

There are no recorded drug interactions.

Regardless, be sure to provide your doctor with a complete medical history, including all medications and supplements taken.

Frequently asked questions

How to store it

Store the medication at room temperature. Keep it away from direct sunlight, damp places such as a bathroom, and away from children.

Is there any alternative generic brand to Loprox?

There is no generic alternative to Loprox.

What is athlete’s foot (tinea pedis)?

Athlete’s foot, or tinea pedis, is a common dermatophytosis or fungal infections of keratin in the skin and nails. Trichophyton, epidermophyton floccosum, and microsporum canis infections form scaling and thickening of the soles or distinctive pattern of lesion. This condition is usually a result of direct contact with another infected person or with contaminated surfaces. It is commonly present in warm and moist environments, such as swimming pools, locker rooms, and showers.

What is candidiasis?

Candida albicans is a type of yeast normally seen in the mouth and stomach in small amounts. Candidiasis is a condition when there is an overgrowth and infection of this yeast in various areas, such as mouth and genitals. Symptoms may include soreness in the mouth and throat, white or cream-colored patches on the tongue; diaper rash; redness and swelling of the vagina, and thick, inflammation of the head of the penis; and infections of the fingernails and toenails.

What if I overdose on Loprox?

Loprox is not for oral consumption. If you accidentally consume or overdose on Loprox, report to the nearest medical facility or Poison Control Center.

What if I miss a dose of Loprox?

If you miss a dose of Loprox, apply the missed dose as soon as you remember it. Call your doctor if you are not sure about the missed dose schedule. In order to notice results, use this medication as directed. Do not use more than twice a day. If you do not experience results after 4 weeks of use, contact your doctor for alternative treatment.