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I heard that listerine baths help with skin fungus. Is it true?
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Dr. James Beck
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: No
I have not heard of this and sounds dangerous to use a product inconsistent with its intended purpose.
Please see your md and/or dermatologist for a proper diagnosis and treatment.

In brief: No
I have not heard of this and sounds dangerous to use a product inconsistent with its intended purpose.
Please see your md and/or dermatologist for a proper diagnosis and treatment.
Dr. James Beck
Dr. James Beck
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Dr. Morris Westfried
Dermatology
In brief: Maybe
There are effective antifungal creams available containing terbinifine, Miconazole and undecalynic acid.
The problem is that fungus can recur. The use of listerine is unproven. If the otc do not work there are prescription oral and topical agents for fungus.

In brief: Maybe
There are effective antifungal creams available containing terbinifine, Miconazole and undecalynic acid.
The problem is that fungus can recur. The use of listerine is unproven. If the otc do not work there are prescription oral and topical agents for fungus.
Dr. Morris Westfried
Dr. Morris Westfried
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