Today we are reviewing a product called Hydrozole. The maker’s of this product claim that their cream is a dual-action solution for athlete’s foot (tinea pedis). Symptoms of this fungal infection include burning, itching, swelling, as well as cracked and sore feet. This product’s dual action effect claims to ease the inflammation of the affected area while tackling infection.
There are 2 active ingredients in this product; 1% clotrimazole is the key fungus-fighting ingredient used to alleviate the fungus that causes the skin infection and prevents future infections and 1% hydrocortisone is known to relieve the symptomatic results of athletes foot; such as inflammation, pain, and itching. Clotrimazole has been known to cause skin irritations and may not be suitable for those with sensitive skin. This product lacks Undecylenic Acid which can be effective in relieving athlete’s foot. This formula is also missing ingredients to nourish the skin to ensure fast healing like vitamins A, B, C, and D.
This product provides a standard market dosage of 1% clotrimazole. As this ingredient may cause irritation, we recommend doing a patch test first. The manufacturer does not provide very clear and concise instructions on how to use this product. We recommend that you wash your feet and toes, then dry thoroughly, and then apply the cream to the affected area. For infants under 2 years, doctor supervision is required during use of this product. If symptoms persist, seek medical attention.
Hydrozole is not available for purchase on most websites but only at brick and mortar pharmacies. We did manage to find it at one online pharmacy website for $11.99. There are no bulk buying discounts or new customer incentives offered on the manufacturer’s website.
There is no manufacturer guarantee or return policy stated on the product website.
Conclusion of Our Hydrozole Review
Hydrozole is a dual-action product that claims to relieve the effects of athlete’s foot, reducing inflammation while fighting fungus. The active ingredients in the product formula have been known to be effective in treating athletes foot fungus. However, we do have some criticisms. This product lacks Undecylenic Acid which can be effective in relieving athlete’s foot, and is also missing ingredients to nourish the skin and to ensure fast healing like vitamins A, B, C, and D. This product is not readily available on most online sources and may be difficult to find in local pharmacies. There are no bulk buying discounts or new customer incentives offered on the manufacturer’s website. Furthermore, there is little confidence that the product does indeed fulfill its claims as there is no GMP manufacturing certification, manufacturer guarantee, or customer reviews. There is no assurance from the manufacturer that the product is made in an FDA certified facility. The manufacturer does not provide clear and concise instructions on how to use this product. For allthese reasons, we do not recommend this product when there are many other well-supported and easily accessible products available.