What is Erythrasma or infection of skin folds
Erythrasma is the name given to an infection that affects skin folds (armpit, groin, under a breast, etc.) and appears as dark or reddish patches. It is believed to be due to the excessive growth of a bacterium called Corinynebacterium minutissimum.
Erythrasma is difficult to distinguish from other skin fold infections such as the mycotic intertrigo caused by dermatophytes or Candida spp.
How to get rid of skin folds superficial infection
All skin fold infections regress after the use of 2S CREAM.
2S CREAM is a vaseline-free sulfosalicylic cream that acts against many micro-organisms, including fungi and yeasts. 2S CREAM should be applied preferably in the evening, using a small amount and rubbing it in for a long time.