Where to buy Neoderm cream in Singapore?

Where to buy Neoderm cream in Singapore?

Neoderm - Broad Spectrum Dermatitic Agent
Want to get Neoderm or equivalent for fungal infection on your skin? Find out where to buy Neoderm cream in Singapore.

What is the usage of Neoderm cream?

Neoderm is a cream-based topical medicine to treat bacteria and fungal infections on skin, for both human as well as animals. It is a broad spectrum dermatitis treatment agent that possesses antifungal and antibacterial functions against microorganisms as well as reliving symptoms such as swelling, redness, and itchiness with its anti-inflammatory properties.

Each gram of Neoderm contains: 

  • 0.64 mg betamethasone dipropionate, equivalent to 0.5 mg betamethasone (anti-inflammatory)
  • 10 mg clotrimazole (antifungal)
  • gentamicin sulfate, equivalent to 1.0 mg of gentamicin base (antibacterial)

The Neoderm cream is commonly used to:

  • Relieve scaling, cracking and itching of skin
  • Treat ringworm 
  • Treat athlete’s foot (tinea pedis)

Where can I get Neoderm in Singapore?

As Neoderm is an antibiotic agent, you will need a prescription from a doctor to buy one in Singapore. You can consult your family doctor if you have any skin infections that require Neoderm cream.

If you already have a prescription, you may check with the prescription counters of major pharmacies on the availability of the drug. Gentriderm is another brand that has the exact drug composition as Neoderm and is available in Singapore with prescription. 

What are the other over-the-counter alternatives of Neoderm?

In the event that you wish to treat your fungal infections with OTC medicines and do not wish to visit a doctor yet, you may try using other over-the-counter topical antifungal medications.

One of the alternatives include Canesten. Canesten cream contains clotrimazole, the active ingredient present in Neoderm that treats fungal infections. 

Canesten cream can be bought from all major pharmacies or from the online shops listed below: 

Precaution
Always practise precaution when buying over-the-counter (OTC) medications. Carefully read the dosage, direction for use, risks and side effects, contraindications and special precautions on the product leaflet. When in doubt, consult your doctor.

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