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7 Home Remedies for Athlete’s Foot and 7 Prevention Tips

7 Home Remedies for Athlete’s Foot and 7 Prevention Tips

    • Athlete’s foot, also known as tinea pedis, is a fungal foot infection caused by fungi that can grow and multiply on the skin. Athlete's foot is a common skin problem, causes a scaly, itchy rash that may have painful or burning sensations. Home remedies can be quite effective, and with prevention tips, you can avoid athlete’s foot by practising good foot hygiene. 

  • Tea Tree Oil

.75.jpgTea tree oil has incredible antifungal and antibacterial properties, which is part of the reason it’s commonly used to treat many fungal infections (including both ringworm and candidiasis). One study found that solutions containing 25 percent and 50 percent tea tree oil worked significantly better than a placebo in relieving athlete's foot between the toes.

Some recommended items help athlete's foot with Tee Tree Oil.

Antifungal Tea Tree Oil Body Wash: enriched with powerful essential oils and skin nourishing botanicals, which have been used for centuries for their natural antifungal and antibacterial properties, helps wash fungi and bacteria from the skins surface, and defends against body odor, athletes foot.

.75.jpgTea Tree Oil Foot Soak With Epsom Salt: a high quality blend of epsom salt, sea salt, msm, australian tea tree oil and six additional essential oils, which are widely renowned for their natural antifungal & antibacterial properties. Excellent nighttime soak or foot wash after a long day at work. use before bed to help ease foot discomfort.

1531892618689029.pngYou can also use tee tree oil, but should not use undiluted tea tree oil on their skin. To treat athlete’s foot, mix a carrier oil like warm coconut oil with tea tree oil for a concentration of between 25-50 percent tea tree oil. Apply it to the affected area between two and four times a day.

  • Baking Soda

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A study in Mycopathologia found that baking soda, also called sodium bicarbonate, does have antifungal abilities when used on the skin. Just a half cup of baking soda, and put into warm water and take a foot bath in a foot basin. Everyday, soaking feet in this warter 15-20 minutes and twice a day. It will work in a month.

  • Garlic

.75.jpgGarlic may have a strong scent, but it can be an effective topical treatment for athlete’s foot. A garlic foot soak using fresh garlic cloves is one way for people to try this remedy at home. To use garlic to treat athlete’s foot, crush four to five cloves of garlic. Once smashed, rub them over the affected area. Do this twice daily.

  • Talcum Powder

.75.jpgTalcum powder, corn starch, or baby powder work to treat athlete’s foot by keeping the affected area dry and clean. When the feet are dry, sprinkling them with talcum powder to help absorb sweat. Many foot powders contain talc and help keep the feet dry. This makes it difficult for the fungus to thrive and spread by keeping sweat and moisture under control.

  • Rubbing Alcohol

.75.jpgDirect application of rubbing alcohol and/or hydrogen peroxide after bathing can aid in killing the fungus at the surface level of the skin and will help prevent a secondary (bacterial) infection from occurring. Soaking the feet in a bath of 70% rubbing alcohol will help dry the skin out, also do good help.

  • Sea Salt

.75.jpgTry adding apple cider vinegar and Himalayan sea salt to a foot bath to keep feet healthy and fungus free. A half cup of ACV and 2 tablespoons of salt in a standard foot bath tub should do the trick! Sea salt has strong antibacterial and antifungal properties, making it a great natural treatment for athlete’s foot and any complications it could cause.

  • Top Antifungal Creams

It’s important to treat athlete’s foot with an antifungal medication, available over the counter in the form of a spray, cream or powder. Here are 4 antifungal medication with highest views.

All Natural Antifungal Foot Cream: Massage your feet with this natural foot cream and you’ll feel like you’ve just left the spa. Promotes improved blood circulation, moisturizes, and provides a gentle soothing sensation that’s perfect for soothing achy feet or providing relief from neuropathy.

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Lamisil AT Full Prescription Strength Antifungal Cream: You can get rid of most athlete’s foot in 1 week, and be free of athlete’s foot for up to 3 months, with LamisilAT.  Cures most athlete's foot. Relieves itching and burning. 

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Urea 40% Plus 2% Salicylic Acid Cream: combines Salicylic Acid and Urea topical gel. It’s a professionally formulated exfoliating gel-cream designed to help soften and remove rough, scaly skin caused by warts, calluses, keratosis or psoriasis.

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CVS Health Anti-Fungal Powder:  For Athlete's Foot: Pay special attention, to spaces between the toes; wear well-fitting, ventilated shoes, and change shoes and socks at least once daily. For athlete's foot and ringworm, use daily for 4 weeks; for jock itch, use daily for 2 weeks.

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  • 7 Prevention Tips

  1. Dry your feet after washing

  2. Wear shoes in locker rooms or common shower areas

  3. Always wear clean, cotton socks and change them often

  4. Wear well-fitting, ventilated shoes

  5. Don not share towels and socks with other people

  6. Avoid walking barefoot

  7. Wear well-fitting, ventilated and natural materials shoes

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