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Homenavarrow Health & Personal Care

Homemade Athlete's Foot Remedy

Do you want to cure athlete's foot at home without having to use medication? There is a way!

First, you need to commit to rinsing your feet with a special recipe at least three times a day, but perferably four. In a bowl large enough to fit your feet, add enough pure cider vinegar to cover the tops of your toes, making sure the entire sole of your foot is submerged. Soak for a few minutes then dry. Repeat 3 more times a day for 3-4 days, or until the Athlete's foot has subsided.

If you are concerned your washing machine isn't cleaning your socks well enough, soak your socks in a mixture of 4 parts water to 1 part vinegar for 30 minutes before washing as usual.

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