What is Aloe Vesta Antifungal Ointment?
Ringworm and fungus can be difficult to control or eliminate once contracted. Aloe Vesta Antifungal Ointment claims to cure superficial fungal infections such as athlete’s foot, ringworm, and jock itch. The formula works by creating a barrier around the infected area which repels moisture, relieves scaling, itching, cracking, and discomfort.
Today we review Aloe Vesta Antifungal Ointment and these are our findings:
- Miconazole Nitrate – 2%
- Mineral Oil
- Softisan 649
- White petrolatum
While this product does contain natural ingredients, it seems to be missing undecylenic acid, a key ingredient which eliminates fungus, redness, burning, and irritation. The efficiency of this product may be affected due to the absence of undecylenic acid.
Aloe Vesta Antifungal Ointment recommends applying the cream to infected areas twice a day. The product should be used for 4 weeks if you are suffering from athlete’s foot and 2 weeks for jock itch. While the product does not state this, according to our research, consumers must continue use for at least a week after the fungal infection disappears to ensure that symptoms do not recur.
What Does it Cost?
Aloe Vesta Antifungal Ointment comes in 2 oz and 5 oz bottles. Since the product does not have an e-commerce website, 5 oz bottles are available for purchase online via third-party distributors. The price ranges from $11.00 to $14.00. There are no discounts available for this product and a price comparison may need to be done in order to get the cheapest deal.
Based on our research, we did not find any mention on the packaging or website about a money back guarantee. This is a set back when it comes to purchasing a product that is confident in its formula. Consumers who are unsatisfied with the results would have to seek reimbursement from third-party distributors.
Our Final Review of Aloe Vesta Antifungal Ointment
In spite of Aloe Vesta Antifungal Ointment being competitively priced and containing some essential ingredients for relieving fungal conditions, we do have some concerns. Our first concern is the strong use of the word ‘cure’ on its packaging along with a contradicting disclaimer which states that if conditions persist, one should consult a physician. This somewhat puts us in doubt as to whether or not the manufacturer’s themselves believe that this product is, in fact, the ‘cure’. Notwithstanding the use of some adequate ingredients, it is concerning that the product does not contain undecylenic acid which may affect the competency of eliminating fungal infections. In addition to this, consumers are at risk of wasting hard earned money on a product that has no guarantee. When researching customer reviews, we only managed to find less than a handful, while some were positive it didn’t provide enough social proof for us to waiver the lack of guarantee. It is for these reasons that we cannot recommend Aloe Vesta Antifungal Ointment.