Tinea Versicolor Treatment

Tinea Versicolor Treatment

Doctors typically recommend anti-fungal products available over the counter for treating tinea versicolor. Tinea versicolor is quite common and very easy to treat if the right products are used. Many over-the-counter anti-fungal products are costly and even cause liver and kidney damage in some cases. Naturasil products are easy to use and, best of all, are made from 100% pure plant extracts.


Naturasil for Tinea Versicolor has been proven to eliminate tinea versicolor within 4-7 days of treatment. It is easy to apply, two to three times daily, and absorbs into your skin on contact. Other creams and ointments can be messy and do not have the effectiveness proven with Naturasil products.


When used in conjunction with the Naturasil for Tinea Versicolor Liquid, Naturasil Tinea Versicolor Medicated Soap, and our Tinea Versicolor Lotion help to speed the healing process. It is made with anti-bacterial and anti-fungal ingredients that occur naturally in nature. These ingredients have been used for centuries to treat nail fungus, poison ivy, acne, and many more skin conditions, including tinea versicolor.




“Just had to write and tell you this sulfur lavender soap was the best thing for my TV. I used both the liquid and soap together several times per day and within just a few days my normal color started to come back. Many thanks!”

– Tam O


As with all ailments, whether acne, fungal, or viral, it is crucial to keep your immune system strong. Make vitamin C and multivitamins a part of your daily regimen, and add an immune booster when you’re sick or fighting a skin infection. For fungal infections like tinea versicolor, Naturasil also offers Naturasil Candida Clear, a combination of all-natural ingredients to fight yeast and fungus. This dietary supplement only needs to be taken twice daily. It will work well with Naturasil for Tinea Versicolor and Naturasil Tinea Versicolor Medicated Soap.


Once you have had tinea versicolor, it can easily recur. Most doctors recommend using antifungal skin products at least once a month to keep tinea versicolor from returning. Fungus thrives in humid weather, an exceptionally high-risk time for a recurring outbreak.