Simple And Easy To Make Home Remedies For Athlete's Foot





Ever got that itchy sensation on your foot with scaling and redness? If you have and do some research the internet will give you the words 'Athlete's Foot'.

What is Athlete's foot anyway?

Athlete's foot is a common skin infection of the feet caused by fungus. Athlete's foot sign and symptoms often include itching, scaling, redness and in some cases the skin blisters. Athlete's foot may occur or infect any part of your foot but it is most likely to pop-up between your toes then the next would be the bottom area of the foot. The same fungus may also affect the nails or the hands.

How do you get Athlete's foot?

This kind of fungus lives in warm, damp spaces such as locker rooms, public showers, and indoor swimming pools. If your feet make contact with the fungus it will eventually spread to any part of your foot.

Fortunately, there are natural home remedies you could try to treat Athlete's foot and these are:

Organic tea tree oil

Organic tea tree oil contains properties that can help stop the spreading of athlete's foot fungus. All you have to do is soak your feet for 10 minutes in a bath of water and 40 drops of tea tree oil.

When done soaking the next things you have to do is thoroughly dry your feet and then massage a few drop of the organic tea tree oil directly onto the affected area to help cure athlete's foot.

Take note:

Be warned that if you massage your foot with your bare hands it might spread in your hands so use gloves before massaging.

Apple cider vinegar and Himalayan crystal salt

By mixing these two ingredients will make a mixture of anti-athlete's foot. The mixture is too acidic that athlete's foot cannot live if applied.

To make the mixture just get a 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar, 2 tablespoons of Himalayan crystal salt, warm water (enough for soaking with your feet), then just mix them. Next is to soak your feet for 10 minutes and then after that make sure you completely dry your feet.

Baking soda

By putting baking soda on your feet will soak up excess moisture and keep the fungus from spreading although it won't stop the itching. You can put baking soda into your socks and onto your feet then wear the socks at home.

Reminder:

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