This is a term given to a fungal infection of the skin on your foot. If left untreated it can spread to other parts of your foot including your nails. It can spread to your hands, and even to your face. It is easily passed from one person to another through contact with their infected skin.
Here at Simply Feet you will find a number of skincare products to effectively treat fungal infections such as Athlete’s foot. Anti-fungal treatments available to buy online include athlete’s foot cream and athlete’s foot powder.
Anti-fungal creams, powders and sprays are highly effective in not only treating infection but in helping to prevent such fungal and associated bacterial infections too.
Fungal infections are generally quite itchy, some may find a stinging sensation when they try to itch the area. At Simply Feet we also sell anti-fungal creams that come with soothing formulas to help calm the itch.
Fungal infections such as athlete’s foot is quite common amongst those with active lifestyles. Fungal infections thrive in dark, moist and airless environments, similar to the conditions in running shoes. In addition to regularly applying anti-fungal creams, powders and sprays, the best way of combating fungal infection is to maintain good foot health through washing the feet with anti-bacterial soap and changing shoes and socks regularly.
It is also advised that you wear socks and shoes that offer breathability to the foot area.
Remember to continue applying your athlete’s foot cream, spray or powder even when the symptoms of athlete’s foot disappear. Fungal infections may not always show visible symptoms.
Treat and care for fungal infections on the foot such as athlete’s foot by applying anti-fungal creams, powders and sprays. At Simply Feet we sell a number of effective anti-fungal treatments such as athlete’s foot cream and athlete’s foot powder. We also sell soothing aromatherapy treatments to help ease the associated itchiness of fungal infections.
GREEN: You can treat this condition yourself BUT you should seek professional help if you want reassurance that what you are doing is the best approach for you.
Keep your feet dry - pad them with a towel - don't rub them. If the problem is occurring on your feet which are very dry already then rub in an antifungal cream using gloves to protect the spread of the infection to your hands.
Pay attention to you're the way you look after your feet. Good hygiene is very important.
Apply anti-fungal cream, powder or spray to fight the fungal infection. Change the brand you are using if you don't get results after a few weeks. Keep up the treatment program, even if you think the infection is gone as the fungus causing the problem in the first place can still be there for a long time after the discomfort has disappeared.