Just about everyone has had an unpleasant fungal encounter, usually something as simple as athlete’s foot, ringworm, or dandruff.

But fungal infections can become much more dangerous and even deadly, especially in people whose immune systems are damaged by another infection such as HIV, tuberculosis, or even COVID-19.

Mold species such as aspergillus are in the air all the time and when breathed in by someone whose immune system is damaged, they can cause an infection known as aspergillosis. Another infection, candida auris, spreads in hospitals and can kill. More than 300 million people have such infections and 1.5 million die from them, according to recent estimates.

Athlete’s Foot can leave your feet looking and feeling worse for wear. Unpleasant to see and uncomfortable to deal with, this is a problem that’s best put behind you sooner rather than later. Here’s all you need to know about this fungal infection and how to treat it.

Treatment For Athlete’s Foot

The best way to get rid of Athlete’s Foot is to use an antifungal powder or antifungal cream for the feet to stop the problem in its tracks. Clocip dusting powder, an antifungal foot powder helps dry your feet and soak up excessive moisture while thwarting fungal growth. Among antifungal ointments, Clocip cream is an effective antifungal remedy that you just need to apply to your feet as recommended until the fungal infection is fully treated. This antifungal ointment destroys the fungal cell membrane, killing the infection-causing fungus and relieving you of your symptoms.

Also, be sure to follow these simple steps to avoid spreading the Athlete’s Foot or catching it again:

  • Avoid sharing footwear, socks, towels, or other clothing with someone who has a fungal infection. 
  • Dry your feet well every time you wash them, taking extra care to wipe well between the toes. Keep a separate towel for wiping your feet to avoid spreading the infection.
  • Avoid wearing closed shoes at home, to give your feet time to air. Even outside, never wear shoes that are tight or make your feet sweat.
  • Use a fresh pair of socks and avoid reusing them. Cotton is ideal.
  • Don’t scratch the infected skin, you may wind up spreading the fungal infection to other parts of your body.

Used correctly along with some basic hygiene care, antifungal treatments can help you be free of Athlete’s Foot for good.

Don’t allow Athlete’s Foot to linger or spread – treat it swiftly and effectively with a sound antifungal remedy like Clocip cream or Clocip dusting powder.