Rite Aid Antifungal Ringworm Review - For Combating Fungal Infections Ringworm Updated October, 2020
Final Thoughts

Overall Score 61%

Rite Aid Antifungal Ringworm Review

Manufacturer’s Claim

This Rite Aid Antifungal Ringworm review examines the formula, instructions, possible side effects, and guarantee in connection with this product. A product formulated to help fight the spread of fungal infections, such as ringworm. It may be used to stop skin irritations that are related to fungal infections such as itchiness, redness, discomfort.


Active ingredient:

  • Clotrimazole – 1%

Clotrimazole (azole) is an antifungal supplement that prevents the growth of fungus. Clotrimazole is used to treat skin infections such as athlete’s foot, jock itch, and ringworm.

Inactive Ingredients:

  • Benzyl Alcohol – 1%
  • 2-Octyldodecanol
  • Cetostearyl Alcohol
  • Cetyl Esters Wax
  • Polysorbate 60
  • Purified Water
  • Sorbitan Monostearate

Benzyl Alcohol, 2-Octyldodecanol, Cetostearyl Alcohol, Cetyl Esters Wax, Polysorbate 60, Purified Water and Sorbitan Monostearate are used to cleanse the infected area, prevent and eliminate fungal infections from spreading further.

The above ingredient might be effective to stop the spread of the fungus, however clinically proven key ingredients are crucial to bringing effective dual-action relief.

Ingredients such as Undecylenic Acid (the most important ingredient for getting rid of fungal infections), Eugenia Caryophyllus (antiseptic), Jojoba Oil (hydrates), Black Walnut Oil (antifungal), Lemongrass Oil (anti-inflammatory), Propolis Extract (prevents the spread of fungus). As well as Menthol (anesthetic and anti-itching agent), Lavender Oil (anti-fungal properties), Sweet Almond Oil (relieves itching, and burning), Aloe Barbadensis (anti-inflammatory) Camphor Oil (treats swelling and inflammation), Flaxseed Oil (soothing and calming), Manuka Oil (anti-fungal and antibacterial properties), Tea Tree Oil (antiseptic), Chia Oil (rich source of nutrients), Mineral Oil (moisturizer), Canola Oil (maintains a healthy balance of yeast), and Tocopheryl Acetate (promotes hydration) will assist by penetrating the skin to attack deeply rooted fungus, while soothing and alleviating uncomfortable symptoms.


It is advised to wash the affected area and to dry it thoroughly, a thin layer should be applied over the affected area twice daily (morning and night) for 4 weeks. Children using this product should be supervised. If the condition persists for longer than four weeks, it is advised to seek advice from a doctor.


For one 0.5 oz tube, the price will be $8.49 available online directly from the manufacturer’s website.

Possible Side Effects

This product is meant for external use only when using this product it is advised to avoid contact with the eyes. This product should not be used for longer than four weeks, if there is no improvement, a doctor should be consulted. If irritation occurs it is advised to stop the use thereof and seek medical advice. Children under the age of 2 years should not use this product unless directed by a doctor. This product should be kept out of reach of children. If this product has been swallowed a Poison Control Center or doctor should be contacted right away.


It was somewhat concerning that we could not find any information on a money back guarantee as the official website does offer return and refund policies.

Rite Aid Antifungal Ringworm Review – The Bottom Line

This product does seem to be effective in preventing the fungus from spreading and is reasonably priced. Unfortunately is that the only benefit that this product may present to the consumer as clinically proven key ingredients are omitted from this formula to deliver all the aspects needed when seeking a ringworm relief product. The product should reduce infection duration, frequency, and severity. The consumer reviews are of a mixed and moderate rating, it may be because the manufacturer does not offer any guarantee.

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