CICLOPIROX Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 076435/001.

Names and composition

"CICLOPIROX" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CICLOPIROX.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
076435/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX CREAM/TOPICAL 0.77%
076790/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX CREAM/TOPICAL 0.77%
077364/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX CREAM/TOPICAL 0.77%
077623/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
077687/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
077896/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX GEL/TOPICAL 0.77%
078046/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078079/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078124/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078144/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078172/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078233/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078266/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX GEL/TOPICAL 0.77%
078270/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078463/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX CREAM/TOPICAL 0.77%
078567/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078594/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 1%
078975/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
090146/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 1%
090269/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 1%
090273/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX CREAM/TOPICAL 0.77%
090490/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 1%
091595/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX GEL/TOPICAL 0.77%
076422/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SUSPENSION/TOPICAL 0.77%
077092/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SUSPENSION/TOPICAL 0.77%
077676/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SUSPENSION/TOPICAL 0.77%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018748/001 LOPROX CICLOPIROX CREAM/TOPICAL 0.77%
019824/001 LOPROX CICLOPIROX SUSPENSION/TOPICAL 0.77%
020519/001 LOPROX CICLOPIROX GEL/TOPICAL 0.77%
021159/001 LOPROX CICLOPIROX SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 1%
076435/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX CREAM/TOPICAL 0.77%
076790/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX CREAM/TOPICAL 0.77%
077364/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX CREAM/TOPICAL 0.77%
077623/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
077687/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
077896/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX GEL/TOPICAL 0.77%
078046/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078079/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078124/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
021022/001 PENLAC CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078144/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078172/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078233/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078266/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX GEL/TOPICAL 0.77%
078270/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078463/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX CREAM/TOPICAL 0.77%
078567/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
078594/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 1%
078975/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SOLUTION/TOPICAL 8%
090146/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 1%
090269/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 1%
090273/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX CREAM/TOPICAL 0.77%
090490/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 1%
091595/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX GEL/TOPICAL 0.77%
076422/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SUSPENSION/TOPICAL 0.77%
077092/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SUSPENSION/TOPICAL 0.77%
077676/001 CICLOPIROX CICLOPIROX SUSPENSION/TOPICAL 0.77%

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Answered questions

Ciclopirox (Penlac) is an antifungal used to treat onychomycosis,a type of nail fungus.?
the direction say to apply the lacquer to each nail daily. will the ciclopirox have a local or system effect? why? Asked by Lai Yadon 2 months ago.

After you apply the lacquer to your skin, the ciclopirox will penetrate through the epidermis (outer layer of your skin, made up in most areas of the body of 5 layers) into the dermis. Even under occlusion (which increases absorption), less than 1.5% of the ciclopirox is absorbed into the systemic circulation. Ciclopirox has a short half-life (1.7 hours), so no systemic accumulation occurs and therefore no systemic effect will occur. To answer your question in a more succinct manner - there is only a small amount of absorption into the systemic circulation (<1.5%) due to the protective function of the skin and the properties of the drug. Answered by Chae Weinstein 2 months ago.

Ciclopirox Penlac Answered by Alfredo Sealy 2 months ago.


Ciclopirox Nail Lacquer should be used on all nails?
The doctor subscribed me Ciclopirox Nail Lacquer because i have a nail fungus. He told me to apply it on all 10 nails on the hands.I used to cut the nails on my hands & feet with the same nail clipper and i'm pretty sure that i have the fungus on one of my nails at my feet.Should i apply the Nail... Asked by Alfred Hewgley 2 months ago.

The doctor subscribed me Ciclopirox Nail Lacquer because i have a nail fungus. He told me to apply it on all 10 nails on the hands. I used to cut the nails on my hands & feet with the same nail clipper and i'm pretty sure that i have the fungus on one of my nails at my feet. Should i apply the Nail Lacquer on all nails at my feet just to be sure or just on the one that seems to have the problem? Answered by Corrine Phearsdorf 2 months ago.

It is possible it is spreading, and just the way you think with the clippers. I'd say yes, put it on that toe and perhaps the ones beside that one too. Try to do some of the prevention methods listed on the site below to help stop the spread. Answered by Evelyn Wenner 2 months ago.


Help please! Ciclopirox skin cream?
my dermatologist prescribed me this cream for sunspots, birthmarks etc. i live on an island were i have constant sun exposure.i googled and looked up information on this cream and it said it was for fungus, athletes foot, yeast, and other stuff like this will this cream work for what i need it to?please... Asked by Josefa Madziar 2 months ago.

my dermatologist prescribed me this cream for sunspots, birthmarks etc. i live on an island were i have constant sun exposure. i googled and looked up information on this cream and it said it was for fungus, athletes foot, yeast, and other stuff like this will this cream work for what i need it to? please help thanks (: oh and i doubt my dermatologist is crazy he's a very well respected doctor thank you Answered by Leigh Portal 2 months ago.

get a 2nd opinion since your trust Google and not the medical professional. Answered by Ludie Bresko 2 months ago.


Could loprox (ciclopirox olamine) be used to treat balanitis?
i have a case of balanitis on the tip of my penis, and under my foreskin, and i have this antifungal creme i fouund in my medicine cabinet, called loprox 1%. its not expired. could i possibly use this to treat my ailment? Asked by Annita Alhambra 2 months ago.

It would depencd on the cause, an antifungal is literally that, antifungal, not antibacterial or anti allergy. If you are sure you have a fungal infection Loprox is ok, but it can cause itching and burning. It would be wiser to ask your doctor to diagnose the cause of your balinitis and give you the appropriate treatment. Answered by Denisha Strait 2 months ago.


Are there any foot creams that are really close to the prescription cream Ciclopirox?
Work outside in rubber boots constantly in all seasons. Every summer feet itch and break out and peel. Asked by Marcia Rockingham 2 months ago.

If the Dr. prescribe that for you it means that you already have an infection. You need to treat the infection, and then work on preventing it from happening again. There are a variety of ways that you could try to prevent it, from changing socks during the day, to using foot powders, (along with changing socks if you're able to); just taking your boots off as often as you can. Also, the infection most likely resides within your boots, so without treating the source of the problem you'll never really get rid of it. Try spraying some regular lysol in them after work and letting them sit for a few hours. And on your days off set them outside in the warm sun so that the sun actually can hit the inside of them, and that'll really help kill those little fungi. As for something that is really close to the cream, there is nothing over the counter that is close to it, you could try Lotrimin A/F; or ask your local Pharmacist they would know for sure. Answered by Staci Aubertine 2 months ago.

Forget the ice cream man I've got a tub of Ben + Jerrys in the freezer =D Answered by Brian Mardirossian 2 months ago.


A fast fix for dandruff?
Asked by Lamar Nezat 2 months ago.

ciclopirox olamine dandruff, STIPROX lotion with/without rinsing removes dandruff and soothes itchy scalp. Answered by Dion Bellini 2 months ago.

I've been cutting hair for 6 years. Whenever a client of mine struggles with dandruff, I recommend Redken Scalp Relief. Best thing our on the market in my opinion. Answered by Walker Blint 2 months ago.


Whats Best for Seborrhoeic Dermatitis? (Eczema)?
Ketoconazole, Ciclopirox, or Hydrocortisone I am using Hydrocortisone right now, it was working well at first and seems to be having a failing effect now. I will keep it up but do the others offer anything better? Asked by Vaughn Yragui 2 months ago.

When i used to live in florida i had to use hydrocotisone everyday because of the terrible sun. I dont have to use it anymore now that i am in jersey. Now i just use Eucerin products for my skin. they have products from lotion to clear ointment for you lips. It works for it could work for you too Answered by Kasey Driessen 2 months ago.

A product called Pinetarsol is great for any type of skin condition, especially dermatitis or eczema. It comes in a liquid for use in the bath and a gel that can be rubbed in on a daily basis. It's made from Pine Tar and does amazing things for inflamed skin - give it a try! Answered by Elayne Polselli 2 months ago.

Hi, you can try one of the natural treatments from the Internet - some of them do actually work. For my seb derm. on scalp I use herbal cream by Champori quite successfully. It takes just a couple of weeks to clear the spots and they stay clear for months on end. Try it: champori is available without prescription and comes with money back guarantee so if it doesn't work for you - it's free. Yoko Answered by Shawanna Viau 2 months ago.


How to treat seborric dermatitis?
My hair roots are inflamed. I use ciclopirox and zpto containing shampoo.how long can I use it continually? Asked by Soraya Wilsey 2 months ago.

You need to call your doctor and ask about the direction again. Tell him your roots are inflamed. Answered by Alanna Strasser 2 months ago.


Toe nail fungi....my big toe nail has some sort of whatever living in it, part of it is dead...?
my doctor gave me penlac...ciclopirox topical soluation....to apply on the top nail....didn't work so i got a seringe and filled it with hydrogen perxoide and injected it under the nail, the dead part is lifting, no pain, and is turning the infected part lighter, instead of a yuky dark...will this work and... Asked by Marvel Gorin 2 months ago.

my doctor gave me penlac...ciclopirox topical soluation....to apply on the top nail....didn't work so i got a seringe and filled it with hydrogen perxoide and injected it under the nail, the dead part is lifting, no pain, and is turning the infected part lighter, instead of a yuky dark...will this work and what is this fungus? Answered by Niki Mescher 2 months ago.

Don't do that. Lamisil or Lulicon, orally and topically for three months will absolutely cure even the worst case. Talk to your dermatologist. Answered by Dustin Sossamon 2 months ago.

To cure you off from your toenail fungus problem you should apply tea tree oil or oregano oil. These are the best home remedies you could use for toenail fungus. Answered by Ping Seymer 2 months ago.


Topical Antifungal & Expiration?
I just found ciclopirox gel and solution that I had been prescribed about 4 years ago for nail fungus. The problem resolved, and now I'm starting to see early signs of the nail fungus reappearing. I just found the left over meds I have, and I know they're well past their expiration date, but I was... Asked by Deandre Wanland 2 months ago.

I just found ciclopirox gel and solution that I had been prescribed about 4 years ago for nail fungus. The problem resolved, and now I'm starting to see early signs of the nail fungus reappearing. I just found the left over meds I have, and I know they're well past their expiration date, but I was wondering from a pharmacological standpoint if they've completely lost efficacy, and if it would be safe to even try using it. I plan on calling my doctor this week to refill the script, but in the meantime, I was just curious to know if it would be even worth using it. Thanks! Answered by Dorethea Skillan 2 months ago.

I don't recommend using anything 6 months beyond the expiration date. It won't be completely ineffective but its potency will be comprimised. Answered by Vicenta Bragas 2 months ago.


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