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Brand name: Mycil Healthy Feet Tinea Cream

Mycil Healthy Feet Tinea Cream is a medicine containing the active ingredient(s) benzalkonium chloride + tolnaftate. On this page you will find out more about Mycil Healthy Feet Tinea Cream, including side effects, age restrictions, food interactions and whether the medicine is subsidised by the government on the pharmaceutical benefits scheme (PBS)

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Active ingredient in this medicine: benzalkonium chloride + tolnaftate

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Kids' Health - Topics - Fungal infections - watch out for tinea!

Some germs love to get into areas of your body where it is warm and moist. They move in, get together and start growing and spreading. Fungal diseases are particularly keen on finding such places.

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Nails support and protect the sensitive tips of our fingers and toes. Fingernails also help us to pick up objects, scratch an itch or untie a knot. Fingernails grow about three times faster than toenails.

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Kids' Health - Topics - Nails

Nails are made in folds of the skin near the ends of our fingers and toes. They start to grow in the nail root (the part of the nail that is still underneath the skin) and then they slide out over the nail bed towards the end of the toes and fingers. Near the end of the nail it separates from the skin underneath it, where the nail colour changes from pink to white.

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