No quick way. Good hygeine combined with topical medication. But it will take several weeks.
No. I am not aware of any home remedies but there are a multitude of over the counter medicines to use, creams and spray powders.
I think my daughter has athletes foot, can someone tell me a home remedy I can use to get rid of it?
Go to the local. Pharmacy and buy antifungal cream. Apply as directed.
Topical fungal spray. Good foot hygiene is the best defense against infection. Daily washing of the feet with soap and water; drying carefully, especially between the toes; and changing shoes and hose regularly to decrease moisture, help prevent the fungus from infecting the feet. Also helpful is daily use of a quality foot powder in the shoe, ie lotrimin (clotrimazole).
Lamisil (terbinafine) Lamisil (terbinafine) at is a good antifungal to treat athlete's feet. Use it as directed on the label and most get good results. If you do this and the problem persists, you may need to see a podiatrist or dermatologist. Keep in mind that because you cure an episode of athlete's foot you are not immune to reinfection. Keeping your feet clean and dry: using foot powders, rotating shoes, etc can reduce this.
Anti fungal meds. Use a topical anti fungal medication such as lamisil (terbinafine). I would start your son on it.
Topical antifungal. Creams. Otc can work, but prescription naftin (naftifine) 2% works best. Otherwise, you must change the environment in which the feet reside. Keeping feet clean and dry is paramount. Powders. Change shoes daily. Treat shoes with an antifungal spray.
Athletes fungus. Athletes foot is usually caused by a fungus which can be transmitted from human to human. If your athletes foot returns when your son is at home, perhaps he is the transmitter of the fungus. You will need a topical anti fungal that you can get at a pharmacy. If the over the counter cream doesn't help, then you would see a physician or podiatrist for a prescription medication.
Several. Soak feet in dilute tea solution. Soak in a very dilute bleach solution. Go to the pharmacy and buy some antifungal cream.
Yes. There are many home remedies for tinea pedis such as vinegar soaks, but why not get one of the many otc creams available, theyaare cost effective and work better.
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Fungus. It due to a fungus and many otc products work like lotromin besides that make sure feet are dry, don't wear same shoes every day and change socks daily. If that fails see a podiatrist.
SURE!!! The best otc medication (in my opinion) is lotrimin (clotrimazole) ultra. Socks should be a synthetic material like those manufactured by thorlo [http://www. Thorlo. Com/]. Dilute vinegar soaks are good as well. Dry the inside of your shoes by placing them up-side down over an air return vent in your home overnight. A new spray called "clean sweep" can be used to sterilize the inside of your shoes too.
Lotrimin (clotrimazole) cream, not b. Lotrimin or Lamisil (terbinafine) cream, not bleach.
Technically yes. Bleach will get rid of athletes foot but it may also burn off your skin. Do not put bleach on your skin.
I would recommend. You purchase over the counter anti fungal medication as it is proven to work well. Why start in with bleach? The fumes alone are likely not worth it.
Just use otc. Anti fungal cream for 4 weeks. Bleach can be caustic to skin and odor remains, especially when feet perspire.