•Invade and destroy the nail plates of your toenails
•Hinder athletic performance
Symptoms include burning, itching, cracking and scaling.
How'd I get it?
It's most commonly picked up by walking barefoot in a locker room, public pool or shower area. People are most susceptible when their feet are sweating or lack proper ventilation (e.g., wearing sneakers that are too tight). How do I get rid of it?
•Wash and dry the infected area
•Apply a thin layer of Tinactin® Cream twice a day (morning and night) •Pay special attention to the areas between your toes
•Wear well-fitting shoes
•Change shoes and socks at least once a day
•Keep treatment up for four weeks, even if the symptoms disappear for a complete cure •If condition persists, see your doctor
How do I keep it from coming back?
Tinactin® antifungals contain tolnaftate — the only ingredient clinically proven to prevent athlete's foot. Sprinkle Tinactin® Super Absorbent Powder on your feet after bathing. Reapply one or two times every day to stay clear of athlete's foot. Also: •Keep feet clean and dry
•Wear flip-flops or shower shoes in locker rooms and shower areas •Wear clean socks and well-fitting shoes
Athlete's foot is a fungus. This parasitic fungal infection is so common, that if you have not been afflicted, there is a 70% chance that you will surrender to the infection at some time in your life. Living on dead tissue, fungal microorganisms were said to have been discovered in the 19th century. Prior to that, the affliction was thought to be caused by insect bites. Living in the superficial layers of skin, this fungus starts to grow when the right conditions are met. Dark, warm and moist environments, like your running shoes, allow the fungus to flourish.
Athlete's Foot is an exasperating condition in itself, but it is the secondary infections from this communicable disease that can be the most damaging.
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Black or White Signs & Symptoms of Athlete's Foot - Toes
•Area stings when washed
•Area feels hot
More severe cases of Athlete's Foot may have:
•Raw skin becomes exposed
What Causes Athlete's Foot?
As a communicable disease, Athlete's Foot is easily transmitted from one foot to another in "common" areas. Public shower stalls, locker rooms, saunas, swimming pools and hot tubs are places where this fungus thrives. Once you have attracted the disease, it will often flare up again, if the environment is congenial and when your immune system is weakened.
Will Far Infrared Socks Help?
Yes! Far Infrared energy rays emitted from Prolotex™ FIR Socks help retard bacteria - and prevent secondary infections. Infrared waves promote health and rejuvenation of cells - a necessary activity for combating this skin disease.
Tips To Preventing Athlete's Foot
Wash your feet regularly and keep them dry.
Wear a different pair of shoes every day, so that they will have a chance to dry out in-between. Inspect the webs of toes daily for itchy, red and peeling patches of skin. Wear a fresh, clean pair of Prolotex™ Far Infrared Socks every day to help reduce bacteria and Athlete's virus infections. Do not go barefoot around swimming pools and public shower stalls. Do not wear other people's shoes, especially sports shoes. Ask your doctor about an antifungal foot powder.
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