What is Jock Itch?
Jock itch is a fungus that is most common in men. They deal with it on a daily basis and it most often goes untreated for long periods of time. In most cases it is because a person has the fungus on their feet known as Athlete’s foot and then when putting on their underwear their feet come in contact with their underwear and then the fungus gets introduced to the groin area. Because the groin is a hot spot on the body, it becomes a feeding ground for the ringworm fungus. Yes, jock itch is simply ringworm of the groin area.
What Are Some Products For Jock Itch
It is common in our customer service department to ask customers about having athlete’s foot before getting jock itch because they are most often related. The products that are recommended for the treatment of jock itch are the All Stop Medicated Skin Cream, Healing Gel, Medicated Body Wash and Disinfectant Spray. The reason for the four step approach is because you would be killing the fungus on your body as well as in your environment.
The Medicated Skin Cream draws the fungus spores to the surface and dries them up, the Healing Gel kills fungus and bacteria on the skin, the Body wash work to wash away the fungus and bacteria on the skin, and the Disinfectant spray kills the fungus in the environment. You can use this spray in the shower, the tub or even on the floor. Fungus is something that is not just going to go away, if there is moisture there, it will thrive. Our products are jock itch treatments are non toxic and will not harm you in any way. This is a every day process that can take any where from forty-eight hours or up to about one week to clear up depending on the severity of the jock itch case. It is not a disease but it is highly contagious. You want to be careful before putting on your underwear by putting socks on your feet first before putting your underwear on. Keeping the area as dry as possible by using powder is also a helpful tip that we have learned. Learn more about our non-toxic Jock Itch Treatment.
Best Jock Itch Treatment
Effective and Safe Jock Itch Super Pack!
Best Value! This Powerful pack is excellent for people suffering with moderate to severe forms of Jock Itch. The Jock Itch Super Pack stops the spread and prevents re-infection. Cleanse, soothe and repair skin damaged by burning Jock Itch with the All Stop products, and remove the fungus from your environment with the PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray to avoid re-infection. Get rid of Jock Itch once and for all!
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How To Eliminate Fungal Skin Infection
Identifying Fungal Skin Infection
First off, it is important to know that the same fungus that causes Ringworm of the body also causes Athlete’s Foot and Jock Itch. The name of the fungal infection is simply based on location. If it’s on your arms, legs or torso — it’s Ringworm. On your feet it’s Athlete’s Foot and on the genital area it’s Jock Itch. All three are caused by the same fungus and can be spread from one area to another.
Once you have identified your non-toxic Ringworm treatment, the most important tip is to continue treating and be sure it’s safe. The general rule of thumb is to continue treatment for at least a week after the rash has cleared up. Many people make the mistake of stopping treatment immediately after the rash has cleared up. This is a mistake because the fungus can still be active at this point and may result in a reinfection.
Once the rash has cleared you need to continue treatment of not only your skin, but your environment too. Continue to wash sheets and soiled clothing in hot water with an approved fungical detergent.
After a week with no new infections it is then safe to discontinue treatment. CAUTION: If you do not continue treatment for a week after rashes have cleared up you run a high risk of becoming reinfected with Ringworm fungus.
Learn more about Ringworm, Athlete’s Foot and Jock Itch. Treat your skin infection now!
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Fungal Skin Infection Treatment
If you are suffering from Ringworm, use the Most Effective Ringworm Medicine Pack – Mild Cases. It is the Most Popular! The All Stop Ringworm Pack is the perfect solution for people with only a few small Ringworm sores. It soothes and repairs the skin, while it stops the spread of Ringworm. The long-lasting All Stop Ringworm Pack provides up to a full 12 hours of relief. Safe for use on small children and varying skin types and body parts.
I you are suffering from Athlete’s Foot and Jock Itch use the Best Athlete’s Foot & Jock Itch Combo Pack. Our strongest Proven formula for healing Athletes foot fast and easy. Our combo pack makes it simple to use. Apply Once in the morning and once at night. We attack fungal infections in every direction; penetrates deep for maximum affect. Used for mild cases of Athlete’s Foot. If you have a moderate or severe case of Athlete’s foot you need more fungus killing power; use our Athlete’s Foot Pack for Severe Cases instead.