More user remedies on Athletes Foot

Kill athlete's foot
suggested by Colin on Thursday, November 1, 2007

Spray Tilex Mold & Mildew Remover on your feet. Rinse and dry 4 minutes later. Repeat for 3 nights.

Head & Shoulders
suggested by Debi on Monday, September 24, 2007

Medicated shampoo. Wash your feet with head & shoulders everyday. It will start to clear up after one wash.

no bleech
suggested by [unspecified] on Friday, August 31, 2007

 what bout trying half quart to a cup oforganic applecider vinegar to help the ph balance in your feet and tea oil and lavenderoil on a cotton swab to help cure nail fungas which is related to the infection carried along the feet into bllodstream and traped into the toes which causes a yellow to light green color and hard ness of the nails. well i no it works my mom had a very bad and severe case which was ungodly to look at now it is like she has the most beautiful feet on the planet. hanks to the treatment and home remedies

sule ayinla
suggested by sule on Wednesday, August 22, 2007

put granulated sugar on the spot, repeat twice a day at works great.a friend suggested it to me and it cured my athletes foot of 2 years.

Warm Water Cure
suggested by Lola on Saturday, May 12, 2007

Soak in warm water and add 1/4 of apple cider vinegar.

Clorox Cure
suggested by tina on Saturday, April 7, 2007

fill your tub 1/4 of the way with hot to warm water and 1/2 cup of bleach

suggested by Stephen on Saturday, January 20, 2007

I had a slight case of athlete's foot for a while. I had trouble getting rid of it using tea tree oil, but got rid of it when I finally broke down and bought a medicated powder. I didn't like using it, but was glad to be cured. It came back however. This time, I discovered something cool. I had seen a bar of patchouli soap at the health food store and bought it, cuz I liked the smell. I noticed my athlete's foot clearing up within a few days of starting to use it in the shower. I decided to check out on the internet whether patchouli was ever used as an athlete's foot cure. There was a little information, and I found one natural cosmetics company offering a patchouli foot creme. I ordered some and it works great. More recently, I got a foot scrubber for the tub. It's like a patch of astroturf with suction cups on the bottom. I get it wet and pump a couple of squirts of a liquid patchouli soap on it and rub my feet on it. It feels awesome, but ticklish people might have to get used to the intensity. A nightly foot scrub has been keeping my feet pretty happy. And my chiropractor says I have the best smelling feet in her office :)

athletes foot cure
suggested by Debra on Wednesday, November 22, 2006

In a blender, blend 3 sprigs of fresh basil with water. Heat adding one forth cup salt and enough water to fill a foot basin. Soak 30 minutes in the warm liquid. Pain and itching leave immediately and usually no further treatment is needed ,

Athlete's foot remedy
suggested by [unspecified] on Friday, November 17, 2006

"20 Mule Team Borax" Put about 1/3 cup in a foot bath of very warm water. Soak feet for 10 minutes. The fungus is usually gone in the first or second soaking. For resistant cases, sprinkle a little borax in the shoes.

suggested by [unspecified] on Saturday, November 11, 2006