How To Make an Antifungal Foot Soak for Foot Fungus

Foot fungus, also known as Athlete’s foot, is one among the major foot diseases. It is basically a disease that affects the feet’s skin along with the nails and it is highly infectious. A fungus known as dermatophytes is the reason behind the foot fungus issue. Dampen feet and moisture in your shoes is home to this fungus. Besides the bacteria, poor hygiene and extra sweating in feet are the other major causes of Foot fungus. However, the treatment of foot fungus is a simple process. You can make you own Antifungal Foot Soak for Foot Fungus that not only help in getting rid of this issue, but prevent the foot fungus from returning.

Preparation Time: 10 to 15 minutes
Utensils Needed: small foot bath or tub, towel, stirrer or wooden spoon

Ingredients:

– Warm water
– 2 Tablespoons of Sea Salt
– 2 Tablespoons of Baking Soda
– 3 Drops of Tea Tree Oil
– 3 Drops of Cypress Oil
– 3 Drops of Geranium Oil

Instructions

  • 1

    Grab a small or medium tub or bath and pour some warm water into it. Make sure that the level of the water is high enough to cover your feet up to the ankle area.

  • 2

    Add 2 tablespoons of Sea Salt into the water and use a stirrer or a wooden spoon to dissolve it into the water.

  • 3

    Stir in 2 tablespoons of baking soda and continue mixing until all of the ingredients mix up with the water and form a uniform solution.

  • 4

    Once the salt and baking soda are fully liquefied, pour 3 drops of pure Tea Tree Oil, 3 drops of Cypress Oil and drops of Geranium Oil into the mixture. Stir for few more second to mix up the oils with the salt mixture.

  • 5

    Place your feet in the tub or bath and let them soak for the next 15 to 20 minutes. In the mean time, wear your head phone to enjoy your Antifungal Foot bath.

  • 6

    Take out your feet from the solution after 20 minutes and rinse them with some clean lukewarm water. Use a clean and dry towel or piece of cloth to wipe your feet off.

  • 7

    Apply some baby powder in between your feet’s fingers to keep them dry. Enjoy fungus free feet!

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