Batrafen – broad spectrum antifungal solution

Batrafen is indicated for: Dermatomycoses of every type.

Applications and Dosage

Unless otherwise prescribed by the physician Batrafen is applied to the affected skin areas and rubbed in, two or three times daily. More frequent use is possible, if necessary. The preparation should be applied for about two to three weeks beyond the disappearance of clinical symptoms.

Whether to apply the cream or the solution will depend on the requirements of the individual case and the physician’s judgement.


The active principle contained in Batrafen is 6-cyclohexyl-1-hydroxy-4 methyl1-2 (1H) Pyridone, 2 aminoethanol salt (ciclopirox-olamine). Each g of Batrafen cream contains: 10 mg ciclopirox-olamine in a water in-oil emulsion.

Each ml of Batrafen solution contains: 10 mg ciclopirox-olamine dissolved in polyethylene glycol 400.


The active principle contained in Batrafen is effective against Dermatophytes, yeasts, moulds and other fungi. The range of effectiveness of Batrafen also includes gram-positive and gram negative pathogens.

Side Effects

Batrafen is usually well tolerated. Occasionally there may be a burning sensation, itching, or skin irritation.

Contraindications And Precautions

No intolerance has been observed apart from the side effects mentioned. During pregnancy Batrafen treatment like any pharmaceutical preparation, should be carried out only if prescribed by the physician, this applies also to its use in infants and small children.

Special Notes: The eyes should not be treated with Batrafen.


  • Cream: 10 g Tubes.
  • Solution: 15 ml Bottles.
  • Keep out of reach of children
باترافين كريم / محلول
باترافين كريم / محلول