The dermatophyte fungi that cause athlete’s foot thrive on floors, in socks, clothing and towels which are damp. Athlete’s foot is contagious and can be passed from person to person.
Causes of athlete’s foot – who is most at risk?
It occurs more often in people who lead an active, sporty life and are prone to sweating, those who use communal showers and swimming pools and wear enclosed, unventilated shoes which don’t allow the feet to breathe. Poor hygiene – not washing and drying feet thoroughly, particularly between the toes – may also increase the chance of getting athlete’s foot.
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Situations where Athlete’s Foot fungi can be more prevalent:
Treatment for athlete’s foot: SolvEasy Tinea Cream or Spray
It is important to treat athlete’s foot 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.
Before treating athlete’s foot
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.