More user remedies on Athletes Foot

Cure for athletes foot
suggested by Stacy on Monday, January 21, 2008

I have used garlic for the cure of athletes foot or toe fungus. Just rub the garlic on the infected areas and let it sit for 5 minutes. Wash it off and dry thoroughly. You may have to repeat this process several days depending on how bad you are infected.

thorough drying
suggested by allan on Saturday, January 12, 2008

Dry your feet with a hairdryer. This will keep you out of trouble---It really works.

suggested by Shawn on Monday, November 26, 2007

My wife is a RN and she learned in her studies that urinating on your own feet will kill the fungus.

Surf Therapy
suggested by Roy on Wednesday, November 21, 2007

I've had this work like a charm, regularly. Barefoot, of course, walk in the edges of the surf for twenty minutes once or more a day. It seems to work best if your feet are in the area where the water is churning. I've never had athlete's foot for the last ten days against this treatment. Unfortunately, if you don't live near the ocean, this doesn't help. It's also a good preventative

No more foot Odor!!!
suggested by [unspecified] on Tuesday, November 6, 2007

I always had terrible BAD foot odor for YEARS! Ever since I was a kid my feet were always sticky and clammy and STINKY. I was always embarrassed to take my shoes off. I tried all different types of products and home remedies, (soaking in black tea, washing my feet 3+ times a day, changing socks, switching shoes, creams, powders) Nothing worked. One day, my feet were so clammy and uncomfortable, I decided to spray some deodorant on my feet to make them feel better. To my surprise, "Dove Radiant Silk Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Aerosol" completely got rid of the smell and kept my feet from being clammy. My feet still sweat, But they never smell, or feel sticky or clammy anymore!!! I just spray some on the bottom of my bare feet before I put on my shoes. It pretty much works instantly, You'll see/SMELL a difference the by day 2. After a few weeks, you don't need to spray your feet everyday, maybe only a few days out of the week to still have great Fresh, Stink-FREE feet! Hope it works for you.