Jock-Eze Flare Control Cream for Jock Itch Treatment

Jock Itch Treatment

If you don’t treat jock itch, it can last months and spread to other parts of the body.
It is important to start treatment as early as possible.

Over-the-counter medicines called antifungals can usually clear it up in a few weeks. They are available in creams, powders, and sprays. These products can be found on the first aid aisle of most drugstores.

We believe that creams are the preferred choice as they ensure the better surface contact between the infected skin and the active ingredient. Creams also tend to be longer lasting and can provide additional moisturizing benefits to dry or chaffed skin.

Active Antifungal Ingredients May Include:

  • Butenafine
  • Clotrimazole
  • Terbenafine
  • Tolnaftate

The active ingredient in JOCK-EZE™ jock itch treatment is clotrimazole which is the most doctor recommended ingredient for jock itch. The ingredient has been is on the market since the 1980s and has a long record of both efficacy and safety.

The JOCK-EZE™ formulation features clotrimazole in an ultra-hypoallergenic cream free of potential irritants and suitable for sensitive skin. The formulation also contains aloe vera.

Take These Steps for Faster Jock Itch Healing

Wash the area and then pat dry using a clean towel.

Read the medicine label, and apply the medicine as directed.

Use it for as long as recommended; the infection may come back if you stop sooner.

Once you start treatment your jock itch should start to clear up within 2 weeks. If the symptoms do not improve or worsen, consult your doctor. You might need a different treatment.