Where Can I Find Borofax Especially For The Treatment Of Fungal Skin Infections

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Jessica P. Says:


Borofax was one of the best topical ointments for topical yeast infections. It was skin loving, pleasantly scented, and instantly effective. I would love for it to be available again. It was first recommended to me by nurse practitioners in the 1980's. I am distressed that it is no longer available.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Jessica! How are you?

If you live near a compounding pharmacy, they may custom make it for you, but it's likely to be expensive.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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