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15 Comments for the Athlete's Foot Home Remedy

Anonymous

Tee Tree oil is great for cureing athlete's feet. Many of my family members have used it with success.

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Anonymous

i tried this after having over a year of re-occuring athletes foot and buying lamisil and some other foot cream that didnt even work ... it took about 2 weeks to completely clear up but i also got instant results from the itching and stinky,crumbly and not to mention embarassing skin :( anyways if u try this it will probably be the last thing you try :)

Arnie

My third day using Tee Tree Oil - and so far working great. I got two bottles of it at CVS - had to ask for help finding it because it was located in the hair care section.

I purchased two bottles of 'Hollywood Beauties' which has Vitamin E and Aloe Vera in it for less than the OTC treatment.

I just put a few drops on my toes and rub it in with my hands. I figure if it works on the feet, will help soften my hands along the way. And, it smells good too [added benefit]. I would suggest to anyone looking for something that works and have tried OTC treatments, check it out - it's working for me!

Anonymous

I've used tea tree oil for years for any fungal problem and it's worked great. Lately, I've developed an allergic reaction to it no matter where I use it. I wonder if I've overused it and developed a sensitivity to it.

Anonymous

It is possible to get allegies from over useing anything. There are other antifungal oils to use, just keep switching it up.

Anonymous

General rule of thumb: always dilute tea tree oil, otherwise it can burn. When using on my scalp, I use 3 drops to a teaspoon of shampoo. When using on other areas of the body, I dilute with jojoba oil, 4-5 drops per tsp.

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