Foot Fungal Infections

Fungal infections are another fungal infection that’s common between people of all ages. But unlike athlete’s foot, fungal infections occur on many parts of the body – from the feet to the groin, torso, hands, underarm, face, mouth and even scalp.

This fungi may spread from one area of the body to another, and is easily contactable and spread through to other people both directly and indirectly. Tinea-causing fungi may be picked up from wet floors in public spaces and other damp surfaces, while people who perspire often under their arms, or have their hands in damp spaces are affected due to fungi’s growing environment in moist conditions.

Inflamed and damaged skin is more likely to be infected under these conditions.

Fungi can thrive other places too, like shoes, socks and even clothes if these things aren’t allowed to dry properly – especially after rain. It’s then easily picked up and even passed on whenever skin comes into contact.[1]

Fungi can thrive in shoes, socks, towels, swimming pools and public showers. Fungi can be picked up and passed on whenever the skin comes into contact with them.

Foot Fungal Infections

It is important to treat Foot Fungal Infections as soon as symptoms appear.
SolvEasy’s athlete’s foot cream and spray formulations will get you back on your feet – minus the itch and irritation. The anti-fungal agent (terbinafine hydrochloride) starts to act quickly, requiring just one application a day for 7 days*

* Treatment time for tinea pedis between the toes.
Always read the label and use only as directed. If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare professional. Not recommended for children under 12 years of age. If pregnant or breastfeeding,seek medical advice before using SolvEasy Tinea Cream or Spray.

[1] Cevasco. N., & Tomecki. K. ‘Common skin infections’ , [Internet] August 2010, accessed March 2018, available from: http://www.clevelandclinicmeded.com/medicalpubs/diseasemanagement/dermatology/common-skin-infections/#s0010

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