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Attacks Tinea Pedis Fungus

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Holistic Formulas - Potent Essential Oils blend to Heal Athlete's Foot

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Do you suffer with athlete's foot? If so, I hope you will take time to read about a remarkable natural athlete's foot remedy -- Ask A Healer Recommended! What makes Heal Athlete's Foot so different? It contains active ingredients known to target tinea pedis, the fungus that causes warts.

The Heal Athlete's Foot natural remedy contains potent and pure essential oils, known for their anti-fungal properties. These oils attack tinea pedis fungus and stop the spread and symptoms of athlete's foot. Natural remedies like this topical formula are a health blessing because they are effective, easy to use anddo not cause scarring or pain. You will find that Heal Athlete's Foot is highly effective against tenea pedis. The ingredients in this formulation are chosen because of their effectiveness against tenea pedis. Ingredients: Lavendula angustifolia, Melaleuca alternifolia, Pelargonium graveolens and Cymbopogon flexuosus.

Use of this product helps to reduce athlete's foot symptoms including redness, itching and smell. However, to insure that you don't get re-infected, you should your socks as the dead skin can contain the fungus and cause it to spread to new areas on the foot. Another safety measure for optimal results is to wrap your shoes in a plastic bag and place them in the freezer for 12 hours. /font>

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About Athlete's Foot
Athlete's foot is caused by a fungus and it is highly contagious. This condition predominantly affects men. If left untreated, this fungal infection can be very itchy and bothersome, and the skin can blister and crack. Tinea Pedis thrives in moist, dark conditions and some people are more prone to an infection than others. At the beginning of an infection, you may notice itching and burning. Later on, there may be areas that are cracked, blistered or scaling.

Health Care Disclaimer: Please observe other health tips for controlling tinea pedis, such as keeping your feet dry and using an anti-fungal regularly on areas affected. Natural remedies are not presented as substitute for any needed medical evaluation or treatment.