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Amorolfine is used to treat a fungal infection (onychomycosis) that causes thickened, brittle, and ragged nails. It may also be used to treat certain specific fungal infections of the skin.

To treat infected nails, Amorolfine comes in the form of a medicated nail lacquer. It should be applied 1-2 times a week on the nail surface after cleaning it well. While finger nails should be treated for about 6months, toe nails require to be treated for 9-12 months. Avoid any contact with your eyes, nose and throat.

Uses of Amorolfine


This medicine is used to treat infections of the toes and fingernails (onychomycosis) caused by fungi such as dermatophytes, yeasts, molds, etc.


This medicine is also used to treat fungal infections of the skin caused by candida and tinea strains of fungi. These infections are characterized by red, itchy rashes particularly in the folds of the skin (cutaneous candidiasis), especially between the fingers and toes, or small, discolored patches of the skin (pityriasis versicolor), usually on the shoulders and torso.

Side effects

  • Skin irritation and rahses
  • Red spots on skin
  • Burning sensation of skin
  • Discoloration of the nails
  • Broken and brittle nails
  • Blisters under the skin
  • Hives

Before using amorolfine

To make sure this is the right treatment for you, before you start using amorolfine nail lacquer it is important that your doctor or pharmacist knows:

If the infection covers more than half of your nail, or if more than two nails are infected.

If you are pregnant or breast-feeding. This is because, while you are expecting or feeding a baby, you should only take/use medicines on the recommendation of a doctor.

If you have raised blood sugar levels (diabetes mellitus) or have problems with your circulation.

If you are taking any other medicines or using any other medicated skin preparations. This includes any which are available to buy without a prescription, as well as herbal and complementary medicines.

If you have ever had an allergic reaction to a medicine or to a skin preparation.