Daktarin Powder is a medicated powder used to treat fungal and associated bacterial infections of the skin. These infections include those occuring on the hands, feet, outer ear, trunk and groin, and include fungal nappy rash, ringworm and athlete’s foot. It can be used together with Daktarin Cream.
Who is this medicine for?
This medicine can be used by adults and children.
How to use Daktarin Powder
Wash your hands before and after use. Apply Daktarin Powder to the affected areas twice a day. You should continue to use the powder until symptoms have cleared and continue for at least one further week.
Do not use Daktarin Powder if you are allergic to any of the active ingredients. If you feel that the product is not working or if your symptoms are getting worse please check with your doctor or pharmacist.
Pregnancy and Breast Feeding
Please contact your GP or hospital doctor before using if you are pregnant. We also advise against using Daktarin Powder if you are breastfeeding.
Contains Miconazole Nitrate 2 w/w as the active ingredient. Please see product packaging for a full list of other ingredients. Pack size 20g.
How to store Daktarin Powder
Do not store Daktarin Powder above 25°C. Do not use the product after the expiry date marked on the pack. Keep all medicines out of reach of children and remember to return all unused or out of date medicines to your pharmacy for safe disposal.
Please see product packaging for full product information. A copy of the patient information leaflet for this medicine can be found online here. Contact us before purchasing if you need any clarification.
Daktarin Powder is a licensed medicine in Ireland and we can only ship to an Irish address. You must be over 18 to purchase. If you order this product, you may receive an email with a link which will allow you to provide further information for review by one of our pharmacists. We may also contact you by phone. If everything is in order your product should ship same day. We will contact you if we need any further information or clarification.