How To Treat Athlete’s Foot

Knowing how to treat athlete’s foot can come in handy as it is important to treat athlete’s foot as soon as symptoms appear. It is best to consult your healthcare professional before using an athlete’s foot treatment.

Treating athlete’s foot is easy

Athlete’s foot can cause physical discomfort and can be visually unappealing but the good news it can also be easy to treat. Want to know how to treat the infection and associated itchy skin effectively and quickly?

SolvEasy Tinea Cream is an athlete’s foot cream formulated with an active anti-fungal ingredient, terbinafine hydrochloride, which binds to the skin and continues to act for days after the last application.

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It clears the infection, while relieving the associated itch. SolvEasy Tinea Spray is also available for easy, targeted application.

How to treat athlete’s foot effectively

Prior to using SolvEasy Tinea Cream or Spray it is important to cleanse the affected skin properly. Wash the affected area with a soap-free cleanser, such as QV Gentle Wash  (Active: Pine Tar) and dry thoroughly. Soap or soap-based products should be avoided. They can dry the skin out and potentially irritate it more, leading to further itching and scratching.  QV Gentle Wash is designed for dry and sensitive skin and can be used in conjunction with SolvEasy products.

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How to treat tinea between toes

For tinea pedis between the toes, apply SolvEasy Tinea Cream or SolvEasy Tinea Spray once daily to the affected area and surrounding skin for 1 week. For tinea pedis infections on the sole of the foot, use for 2 to 4 weeks.

Before using tinea cream or spray

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

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