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Tinea Treatment in Delhi

Hot, damp, and raised humidity in the monsoon hosts fungal infection woes!

A round, scaly, crusted patch on the skin, often known as ringworm is a debilitating skin condition. It is characterized by itching, pain, and blister-like lesions on the sides, and red pale skin on the center. The infection may affect the skin of the scalp, elbows, feet, groin, beard, or other areas. If you are experiencing a fungal infection, get a consultation with our dermatologists.

What is Tinea?

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Tinea (ringworm) is a contagious fungal infection that affects the skin, hair, or nails. Despite its name, ringworm has no connection to worms! Tinea is a skin condition caused by a group of fungi known as dermatophytes which can affect the outer layer of skin, nails, and hair, feeding on keratin, a protein found in these tissues.

Tinea (Ringworm) is highly contagious and can be passed from person to person by contact with infected skin areas or by sharing personal care items, or clothing. 

Note: It can occur in people of all ages but is particularly common in children.

Procedure of Tinea Treatment 

Some key factors contributing to fungi development on the skin can be:

  • Exposure to warm and humid weather.
  • Sweating excessively (hyperhidrosis).
  • Excessive oily skin.
  • Skin-to-skin contact with an infected individual.
  • Sharing personal items like towels, clothing, or sports equipment, etc.


The approach to treating ringworm is tailored by examining the extent of infection, location of ringworm, discomfort, and severity. Medication for ringworm involves the use of localized antifungal agents, available in various forms such as gels, sprays, creams, and ointments. 

In extreme cases, where the infection has spread to areas like nails or scalp, oral medications may be prescribed for faster healing. 


Here are some effective prevention tips to help you avoid tinea infections:

  • Avoid sharing personal items with friends and family.
  • Use sunscreen to protect from direct sun exposure. 
  • Keep the infected area clean and dry.
  • Wear loose clothing.
  • Don’t apply oily lotions and moisturizers. 
  • Change out of wet or sweaty clothes.


Pro Tip: Incorporate antifungal powder into your daily routine.

Causes of Tinea

Why Choose Us?

Why choose chandra clinic for Tina Treatment in Delhi ?

Whether you’re seeking relief from common concerns like acne, eczema, or tinea, or if you have more complex dermatological needs, we are here to provide tailored solutions that prioritize your well-being and confidence. At Chandra Clinic, we are dedicated to being your partners in achieving and maintaining healthy, beautiful skin.


FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions

How does tinea affect the skin?

Ans. Tinea can affect various areas of the skin, causing redness, itching, and circular rashes. It’s highly contagious and can spread through direct contact.

What are the early signs of tinea?

Ans. Itching, redness, and circular or ring-like rashes on your skin are the first signs of tinea. If necessary, our dermatologist can confirm the presence of the fungal infection with further tests.

What tinea treatment options are available at your clinic?

Ans. We offer a range of result-oriented treatment options including topical antifungal creams, medications, and guidance for skincare routine. Dr. Kapil/ Dr. Urvashi will assess your condition and recommend the most suitable approach for you.

How long does it take to recover?

Ans. On average tinea starts to show improvement within a couple of weeks. It might take more time if you delay getting the treatment. It’s highly important to complete the full course of treatment to prevent recurrence.

Can I prevent tinea from returning after treatment?

Ans. Yes, maintaining good hygiene and keeping the ringworm clean and dry reduces the risk of reappearance. Ask your dermatologist to learn about precautionary measures.