BAZA Antifungal Cream 5 oz Tube Moisture Barrier Cream

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Features:
  • Inhibits fungal growth & treats candidiasis
  • Moisture barrier cream w/ 2% Miconazole Nitrate
  • Provides effective relief
  • Provides a moisture barrier against urine & feces
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BAZA Antifungal Cream


BAZA Antifungal Cream treats and relieves the pain and discomfort of superficial fungal infections associated with incontinence. BAZA Anti-fungal Cream is a moisture barrier cream made from a Zinc oxide-based formulation with 2% Miconazole Nitrate to inhibit fungal growth and treat candidiasis (yeast or monilia), jock itch, ringworm, skin fold, dry skin, pressure ulcers, and athlete’s foot. BAZA Antifungal Cream provides a moisture barrier against urine and feces.

Features:

  • Zinc oxide and dimethicone-based moisture barrier
  • Contains skin conditioners
  • CHG compatible
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BAZA Antifungal Cream 5 oz Tube Moisture Barrier Cream Reviews Summary
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42 out of 42 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Effective (20)
Promotes Healing (19)
Easy To Use (18)
Safe (15)
Soothes Skin (4)
Top Cons

Cost (1)
Messy (1)
Top Best Uses

Keep In The Medicine Cabinet (12)
Long Term Use (11)
Daily Use (7)
Quick Fix (3)
Sensitive Skin (3)
1-2 of 44 reviews
GOOD PRODUCT

Pros:
Smells Great. Lightweight. Soothes Skin. Non-Greasy. Easy To Use. Promotes Healing. Safe. Effective.
Best Uses:
OUNCE OF PREVENTION.
Describe Yourself:
CAREGIVER. Medical Professional.

PREVENT SKIN IRRITATION AFTER MAJOR SURGERY.

by from CORSICANA.YEXAS
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 person found this review helpful
Does the job very well

Pros:
Moisturizes. Lightweight. Soothes Skin. Non-Greasy. Softens Skin. Easy To Use. Promotes Healing. Effective.
Best Uses:
Daily Use. Keep In The Medicine Cabinet. Quick Fix. Sensitive Skin. Redness/ Blotchiness.
Describe Yourself:
Novice First Aid Skills. Minimalist.

Being diabetic, I'm susceptible to fungal infection. Many other diaper rash preventative type ointments fall very short of controlling rashes in those areas prone to fungal brake-outs. I use it every other shower and sometimes not that often. When I can't, a brake-out's not far behind. Fortunately Baza Antifungal heals with one application. As for the safety and long term use, I can only say I've used it for 3 1/2 years with no apparent adverse effects.

by from Cypress, TX
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
7 person found this review helpful
1-2 of 44 reviews

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will my paste and ileostomy barrier stick if i put this on a raw spot that needs to heal?
Asked on Sep 9, 2015 9:04:42 AM by ROLL TIDE from Alabama
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Is this product safe to use on a daily basis? I have heard that some yeast can become resistant to azole-based antifungals (like Miconazole) and this is exacerbated by long-term use. Any thoughts? Thank you.
Asked on Jul 1, 2011 8:23:54 PM by JESmom from Queens, NY
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Part Number(s): 168 0012, 168 0011

Mfg Part Number(s): 1607

Scrip Part Number(s): 168 0011, 168 0012


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