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Putting listerine on it. No itching or burning. Is this really tinea pedis? Shuold listerine kill it?
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Dr. Brandon Macy
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In brief: No.
Listerine is an antiseptic, won't penetrate the skin and kill the athlete's foot fungus.
Use a topical antifungal cream. Sometimes a prescription is needed.

In brief: No.
Listerine is an antiseptic, won't penetrate the skin and kill the athlete's foot fungus.
Use a topical antifungal cream. Sometimes a prescription is needed.
Dr. Brandon Macy
Dr. Brandon Macy
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In brief: Maybe
Listerine is known to have anti-fungal properties, but i don't think i would rely on it only.
Most literature has been on its use on toenails. If no itching or burning, it might not be tinea. You might want to try a moisturizing cream.

In brief: Maybe
Listerine is known to have anti-fungal properties, but i don't think i would rely on it only.
Most literature has been on its use on toenails. If no itching or burning, it might not be tinea. You might want to try a moisturizing cream.
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