foot is a fungus infection. The fungi or small mushrooms that cause
Athlete’s foot multiply in dark, damp places. There are many ways to
identify Athlete’s foot. The skin between the toes will peel, crack and
become scaly. The side and the soles of the feet are red, thick, dull,
scaling and have blisters. There may also be itching, flaky skin, and
an unpleasant smell. This change in the skin is accompanied by itching
The toe nail may also become infected, resulting in scaling, crumbling,
and thickening of the nail. At this level the toenail can be very
stubborn to treat and result infeet nail loss.
Treatment: not all rashes on your feet are Athlete’s foot, it is
important to have a foot specialist or a dermatologist properly
diagnose the condition and prescribe the correct medication.
The feet should be kept clean and dry, and dead skin should be removed
with a brush.
You can also try some of these home
to reduce the symptoms:
Your Feet Cream
, Leg massage
Oil Corn Remover
Prevention: The funguses prefers warm, damp environments, where
moisture cannot easily evaporate. Limit your chances of infection by
keeping the feet clean and dry.
Avoid plastic shoes or tight footwear, especially in the summer.
Air out shoes regularly.
Wash your feet twice a day and wash them thoroughly, especially in
between the toes.
Wear flip-flops in places that fungi like to grow, such as public
showers and other dark, moist places.
Wear cotton socks and change them frequently throughout the day if they
Do not share towels or bath mats with people who are infected.
Swab the are with tea tree oil.
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