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Bleach or vingar to kill athlete's foot?

4 doctors weighed in
Dr. Bradley Butkovich
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: Neither!!

Use a good anti fungal cream. Ie tinactin (tolnaftate).
Keep yourfeet dry and open to air as much as you can. Vinegar may encourage growth of fungus and bleach is just bad for your skin.

In brief: Neither!!

Use a good anti fungal cream. Ie tinactin (tolnaftate).
Keep yourfeet dry and open to air as much as you can. Vinegar may encourage growth of fungus and bleach is just bad for your skin.
Thank

In brief: Athlete's feet

There are some excellent natural treatments for athlete's foot fungus that are highly successful.
Bleach is not one of them. Apple cider vinegar can be used with the appropriate dosing and treatment methods.

In brief: Athlete's feet

There are some excellent natural treatments for athlete's foot fungus that are highly successful.
Bleach is not one of them. Apple cider vinegar can be used with the appropriate dosing and treatment methods.
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