Skin & Nail Fungus
Skin fungus infections are hard to recognize. The itching, flaking, redness, and thickened skin of fungal infections can look just like other types of dermatitis or skin allergies. In fact, eczematous skin often becomes infected with fungi, so both can be present simultaneously. Doctors use microscopes to aid in diagnosing skin fungus infections, so there’s no way you can really be sure at home.
Fungus and yeast infections have little to do with hygiene – clean people get them, too. Despite their reputation, fungal rashes are not commonly caught from dogs or other animals, nor are they easily transmitted in gyms, showers, pools, or locker rooms. In most cases, they are not highly contagious between people either.
Athlete's foot is one type of fungal infection that usually appears between the toes but can also affect toenails and the bottom or sides of the feet. Jock itch is a fungal infection of the groin and upper thighs. You might think only men and boys get it, but girls and women can get it, too. Candida is a yeast, similar to a fungus. It most often affects the skin around the nails or the soft, moist areas around body openings. Diaper rash in babies can be from one type of candida infection, as can thrush (white patches often found in the mouth.) Women may develop another form of candida infection in and around the vagina. This is called a yeast infection.
If you’re wondering how to get rid of toenail fungus and traditional toenail fungus cures haven’t helped, try emu oil. While everyone’s body is different and responds differently to various topical creams, our customers have reported a great amount of success with these products. Whether you’re looking for a skin yeast issues or another type of bodily fungus, you owe it to yourself to give emu oil a try.
The photos below are of the hand of a subject who is plagued by a skin fungus. With his occupation in the construction industry, his hands are exposed to wet concrete, dry lumber, and a lot of abuse. His hand was washed with emu oil soap and pure emu oil was applied three times per day for 6 days. The results were amazing!
As you can see, after 6 days of emu oil use the hand is looking much better; fresh pink skin has appeared in place of the old, pocked skin.
Remember, no two cases are exactly alike and each person may have different needs. There are also many types of fungi, and not all varieties will respond to the same substance. If you’ve tried solutions like topical antifungal creams without luck, give emu oil a try.
“I know it works for sure! I personally began to get toenail fungus on my right foot, second toe. After much research for an all-natural remedy, I began to put apple cider vinegar in and around the toenail, then applied emu oil and rubbed it in. I did this twice a day, and the fungus disappeared within about 1 week! It's awesome!” Joanne
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