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Care For Athletes Foot With Essential Oils
This is a soothing and natural ointment to help treat Athletes foot. If you rub this on and between your toes every morning it should both sooth the skin and alleviate the fungal infection as these... Read more

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How to do a Betadine soak for athletes foot
Athlete's foot is the most common fungal infection of the skin and is more common in men than women, as men are more prone to wear heavy, often airtight shoes in whose hot, moist and dark... Read more

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Borax soak for athlete's foot
Soaking your feet daily in a bowl of Borax solution will get rid of the most stubborn of athletes foot. My father told me that Borax is actually a natural mineral with a chemical formula found... Read more

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Tea tree oil and aloe mix for athlete's foot
This is a tea tree oil and aloe vera homemade mix to help treat the fungal infection and to help ease itching across infected area. Tea tree is a natural antifungal and antiseptic and aloe vera... Read more

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Tea tree oil on your foot
Massage tea tree oil into feet twice a day Read more

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Garlic
Garlic has antifungal properties. So try to eat as much as possible if you're suffering from athlete's foot! Applying garlic juice directly to the affected area is also an effective treatment -... Read more

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Hydrogen peroxide
Hydrogen peroxide kills bacteria and eliminates fungus. Soaking your feet in it helps get rid of athletes foot much faster. Read more

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Lamisil
Only thing that works after trial and error: Lamisil. Can buy at most chemists over the counter. Read more

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Anti-Fungal Creams
Get yourself some basic over the counter creams, e.g. clotrimazole or miconazole. Apply to all affected areas for however long you need to; shouldn’t take longer than a couple of weeks to get to... Read more

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Cornstarch
Rub cornstarch onto your feet or sprinkle onto your socks - this will help absorb moisture. Slightly browned cornstarch is even better because any moisture found in the cornstarch has already been... Read more

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Get the right socks
Athletes foot thrives in moist, warm, dark environments. Therefore any sort of dampness in socks and shoes will make you more susceptible. Many socks made of natural fibers such as wool and... Read more

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