Goodsense Athlete’s Foot Cream Review
This is a review of a product called Goodsense Athlete’s Foot Cream. The manufacturer claims that this product is a reliable solution in relieving the uncomfortable symptoms associated with athletes foot. This review will help you decide if this product is the best solution available on the market, examining potential product efficacy and manufacturer support offered to the customer.
This product has 1 key active ingredient; Clotrimazole (1, which is an antifungal compound that is known to provide relief from itching and burning. While this substance may be effective in reducing certain symptoms associated with athletes foot, the formula is missing popular ingredients such as Undecylenic Acid. This ingredient is known to be effective in alleviating symptoms and eliminating fungus, as well as preventing future infection. In saying so, Goodsense Athlete’s Foot Cream cannot offer a total care solution and is likely less effective than competing products. Furthermore, this product is lacking supporting natural and vegan-friendly ingredients to hydrate and nourish the skin, thus promoting faster recovery. Instead of these beneficial ingredients, there are many other inactive ingredients added to the formula such as the preservative benzyl alcohol. These ingredients may further reduce the effectiveness of the formula by reducing the concentration of the active anti-fungal ingredient. What’s more, this product was not manufactured in a GMP certified facility and thus, we cannot confirm if quality processes were used during production.
To use this product, you must first wash and dry the affected area. Then, you must apply a thin layer of the cream over the area 2 times a day (once in the morning and evening) for a period of 4 weeks. The cream may be a messier application process than competing brands which offer user-friendly apparatus such as an applicator brush. This product should not be ingested. It is also not effective on infections of the scalp or nails. The formula uses a concentration of 1% Clotrimazole which is a sufficient and common dosage. However, the lack of supportive ingredients is likely to affect the healing of infected areas and may take longer to work.
Goodsense Athlete’s Foot Cream can only be purchased from third-party sites, however, the product is not in stock. We are uncertain if, or when, this product will become available again. The lack of availability and pricing prevents us from determining if this product is of value or not.
Possible Side Effects
The key active ingredient in the formula, Clotrimazole, has been known to have some adverse side effects from use. These negative effects include redness, blistering, stinging, swelling, itching, and burning. These side effects may aggravate the fungal infection and so we suggest those with sensitive skin opt for products that contain gentle yet effective ingredients like Undecylenic Acid. If any adverse side effects are experienced, or if the fungal infection has not cleared after 4 weeks of product use, seek out medical attention from your physician.
After thorough research, we are concerned to note that there is no manufacturer guarantee available for this product. The only customer support afforded by Goodsense is the contact details for customer services. This is well below the market standard for customer support. Furthermore, there are limited customer reviews advocating the efficacy of this product. This prevents us from commenting any further on the quality or effectiveness of this product.
Goodsense Athlete’s Foot Cream Review – The Bottom Line
Goodsense Athlete’s Foot Cream contains a key active ingredient that is adequately dosed and known to relieve certain side effects associated with athlete’s foot. However, the formula is missing many important ingredients for the prevention of future infection – such as Undecylenic Acid – as well as other supportive ingredients to hydrate the skin and speed up recovery time. The product is currently unavailable for purchase, there is no manufacturer guarantee to support the product, and there are very limited customer reviews to advocate product efficacy. For these reasons, we do not recommend this product.