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Athlete’s Foot Stack

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Athlete's Foot, also known as tinea pedis, refers to dermatophytosis of the feet, especially of the skin between the toes, caused by one of the dermatophytes, usually a species of Trichophyton or Epidermophyton. It is a medical condition in which the skin between and around the toes cracks and peels and it consists of small vesicles, fissures, scaling, maceration, and eroded areas between the toes on the planatr surface of the foot. Moreover, other skin areas may still be involved. According to research or other evidence, the following self-care steps may be helpful.

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The compound ajoene, found in garlic, is an antifungal agent that has been shown to be effective against athlete's foot. Crushed, raw garlic applied topically may also be effective.
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Apply a 10% cream twice per day. Tea tree oil has been traditionally used to treat athlete's foot and has been shown to reduce athlete's foot symptoms just as effectively as drugs and better than placebo.

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