Terbinafina Crema 1%

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Martha Lewis Says:
I this cortisone for itching?

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Verwon Says:
No, Terbinafine is an antifungal medication, you'll commonly see it sold under the name Lamisil and prescribed for conditions such as athletes foot.

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