Athlete’s Foot Articles

Athlete’s Foot Prevention

I genuinely hope you’ve got relief from your athlete’s foot. However, if you did not, I found some athlete’s foot prevention tips and immediately thought of you. Hope this helps: Launder clothes in soapy HOT water with bleach to combat fungal organisms. Use talcum powder to keep feet dry. Wear wider, roomier shoes for day…

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A Deep Penetrating Solution

Are your feet Itching and/or burning? Are you AFRAID to scratch? Do you fear you’ll spread the athlete’s foot or Jock Itch to the other parts of you body? Benzalkonium Chloride has been proven to remove the tinea fungus associated with athlete’s foot. This ingredient can be used on the skin and also as a…

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Athlete’s Foot and Your Environment

A good support system could be the key to managing your Athlete’s foot problem. You’re probably trying to manage your Athlete’s foot problem on your own and we understand; however just know that we offer Free Customer Support. Did you know that you can avoid getting reinfected from the Athlete’s Foot Fungus by simply disinfecting…

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More Athlete’s Foot Prevention Tips

I truly hope that you are not still suffering with your athlete’s foot; but if you still are, we’d like to help. We have a few tips that we’d like to share with you to allow you to go on living your life to its fullest without having to worry about this nasty athlete’s foot…

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Spreading Athlete’s Foot

Athlete’s Foot & Jock Itch are very common AND VERY CONTAGIOUS! Most people are going to experience it at least once in some form or another and it is common in men and women. The medical term for athlete’s foot is “tinea pedis” and “tinea cruris” for Jock Itch. They are skin infections caused by…

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Types of Athlete’s Foot

There are different types of Athlete’s Foot. More details on each one can be seen below: Toe-Web (inter digital) Infection often begins with skin that is moist and pale white in color. There will be itching, burning and a slight odor. As the infection progresses, the skin between the toes becomes scaly, peels and even…

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