What are some home remedies for the treatment of foot fungus?

Since topical . Antifungals are so readily avialable and are effective - that is what i recommend.
White vinegar bath. White vinegar bath for the feet, but otc lotrimin (clotrimazole) cream is more effective.

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What is a good foot fungus treatment?

Is it fungus? Many people think that if something on the skin of their feet looks like a rash or if it itches a lot that it has to be fungus. If you have been trying to treat this skin condition and it has not gotten better it may not be fungus. A great over the counter for fungal infections on the feet is lamasil cream. If you have tried similar products with no success then you should see a podiatrist. Read more...
Lamisil (terbinafine) If you are sure it is a foot fungus/athletes foot, then a great over the counter cream to treat it is Lamisil (terbinafine). It comes in a generic too. Read more...

What is the best natural way or remedy for getting rid of a foot fungus?

Natural. Lifestyle modifications is the first step. Try to start with deodorant to your feet and toes after showers and drying them. This helps prevent sweat in feet that could be the underlying cause of fungus. Next, clean it toss all old socks, shoes because fungus is hard to get rid of due to constant reinfection in old socks and shoes. Start there. Read more...
Keep feet dry. Another "natural" remedy used commonly is melaleuca/tea tree oil. It has some anti fungal properties. Fungi like dark, warm, sweaty environments, so using powders to keep the feet dry, wearing slippers with open toes (flip flops) when possible helps! There's much less athlete's foot in Hawaii than there is in Seattle! Read more...
Tea tree oil. Soak your feet for 10-15 min in warm water with baking soda, wipe dry & apply tea tree oil,especially in between toes-( available in most of the stores like Walmart,CVS etc. Rarely may need anti fungal cream. Read more...

What is the best remedy for a foot fungus?

Topical antifungals. Apply a topical antifungal treatment that you can buy over the counter to the involved skin several times a day until 1 week after the rash has resolved. I find that the cans of liquid spray antifungals such as micatin, lotrimin, tinactin (tolnaftate) are all quite effective used as directed. Read more...

What's the best remedy for alleviating ingrown toe nail pain, and foot fungus?

Treat ingrown nails. Ingrown toenails should be treated if there is an active infection with redness and pus. Under local anesthesia the ingrown portion of the nail can be cut out. It's a good idea to soak the foot in warm water and epsom salt after the surgery. Fungus or athlete's feet can be treated most effectively with a prescribed topical cream such as naftin (naftifine) or loprox. Over the counter creams are less effective. Read more...
Removing . He ingrown toenail. Oral terbinafine for the fungus.if not contraindicated. Read more...
Painful toes. An infected toe with or without a fungal infection should not be ignored. Many toe infections can go from a mild one to a severe one in days. The best way to address this problem is to try a topical antibiotic for a day and see if it gets better; if there's no improvement, seek the help of a Podiatrist. For foot fungus, the same approach applies. Try an OTC product, but see a Podiatrist ASAP. . Read more...

My grandma has bad foot fungus and has diabetes type 2. Is there any home remedies for her foot fungus. It's getting worse.

Fungus/diabetes. Given the potential for problems associated with diabetes, i would be hesitant to try any at home remedies for athletes foot. Evaluation by a podiatrist would be beneficial, not only to help rid the fungal infection, but to ensure that your grandmothers foot does not run into problems in the future. Read more...
No. Fungus can affect both skin and toe nails, is it her nails or skin? Diabetics should be seen every two months by a foot doctor. The best thing you can do is to get her an aappointment with your local foot doc. Read more...
Have it evaluated. As a diabetic do not take any chances. Have it evaluated and get the appropriate treatment. Read more...
Fungus of skin ? Or nail? If skin, any pharmacy has an otc antifungal, for the toenails see a podiatrist to have them trimmed down and if interested an oral antifungal agent can be given if no contraindication.... Read more...