What is a quick way to treat tinea pedis, or eczema. Not sure what I have on my feet?

Which one? The treatment for athletes foot and eczema are very different. Both can be treated well with topical creams, but the medications are very different. You should see your doctor to confirm your diagnosis.
Try OTC anti-fungus . Otc anti-fungus meds if that does not work try otc cortisone cream for non tines.
OTC creams. Tinea pedis or athlete's foot often involves the area between the toes. Anti fungal creams are effective for tines pedis whereas Hydrocortisone cream would typically be effective for eczema. Most cases of eczema need moisturizing while tines pedis areas need to be kept dry.

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Is chronic athlete's foot (tinea pedis) treatable?

Yes. There are topical creams that you can try for treating athletes foot. They can be found at any pharmacy or drug store. Common examples include Lamisil (terbinafine) or naftin. If there is no resolution, i would recommend being seen by a podiatrist. Read more...
Yes! Chronic athlete's foot will likely take longer to completely resolve, but if you've tried topical creams (prescription strength from your doctor) without improvement, you may need a short course of oral anti fungal medication. Read more...
Tinea pedis. Sure tine pedis is curable. I would try a topical anti fungal such as Ertaczo once a day. If it does not get better in 1 month then you might have to start oral medication with topical. Read more...