AllStop Athlete's Foot n Nail Fungus Superpack
AllSTop Athlete's Foot & Nail Fungus Superpack
BEST VALUE! This is your COMPLETE Athlete's foot pack for more advanced stages of Athletes Foot. Treat your athlete's foot and your shoes/environment!
# (1) 2 oz. / 59 ml Medicated Skin Cream
# (1) 2 oz. / 59 ml Healing Gel
# (1) 16 oz. / 473 ml Medicated Body Wash
# (1) 32 oz. / 946 ml PuraCleenRxTM Disinfectant Spray
AllStop Athlete's Foot Superpack
Since the skin absortion rate is minimum under the feet (8%), you need a formula that is PROVEB strong and highly effective. AllStop has formulated these products specifically to treat even the worst cases of athlete’s foot.
All StopTM Healing Gel's primary ingredient is Benzolchonium Chloride; commonly used in hospitals. It's primary purpose is to sanitize the skin while killing bacteria and fungus; resulting in reduced inflammation and healing the skin quickly.
Our Medicated Skin Cream is a topical skin treatment specifically designed to provide immediate relief of even severe Athlete's Foot. These two products were SPECIFICALLY formulated to attack Athlete's Foot in all directions; while working together.
The Medicated Skin Cream's primary ingredients Methyl Sulfonyl Mathane and its proprietary blend of essential and non-essential oils are specifically designed to offer immedate relief burning, itching, infection and the oozing. It quickly penetrates the skin to begin working immediately. Non staining, non stinging, pleasant smelling and isn't messy like other sulfur products are. Sulfur has proven to be an exceptional source when treating for Fungal Infections. All StopTM has taken it to the next level for optimal results.
Use PuraCleenRxTM Disinfectant Spray to treat your environment, including you footwear. This is the key step in preventing recontamination.
Toenail infection Facts:
1. Nails are made of keratin, the same protein as horses hooves
2. It takes 12 -18 months for a toenail to grow from root to tip
3. If you are right-handed, the nails on your right hand grow faster than on your left, but toenails grow at the same rate on each foot
4. Nails grow faster in summer than winter
5. Toenail problems have strange medical words. Onychogryphosis ( on-ee-co-gry- foe-sis) is the thickened, hard toenails that old people often have: onychomycosis (on-ee-co-my-co-sis) means fungal nail infection
Be patient, your nail won't change color in a few days. For any treatment to be successful, one of the most important elements is patience. You will have to use the treatment for at least 3 months, and some treatments take even longer to work. Nails grow from the base to the tip, as anyone who has used nail varnish knows. Because it can take 18 months for a nail to be replaced completely by a new one, it may be a long time before you see a result.
Fungal infection can make your nails thick. The commonest infection is with Trichophyton rubrum, the same fungus that causes athlete's foot. Occasionally, other types of fungus, such as yeasts, are responsible, and people who have been abroad may have some quite exotic fungi.
Care for your feet sensibly by following these rules.
1. Give your feet plenty of air, because warmth and sweat encourage the fungi; so follow the advice given for sweaty feet. When you are at home, go barefoot whenever possible, and if you don't want to expose your toenails, search for some strappy sandals that cover the toes.
2. Choose shoes that give your toes plenty of room.
3. Dry your feet very thoroughly after washing, using a tissue to dab underneath the end of the nail to make it as dry as possible.
4. It is tempting to use nail varnish to disguise the nail, but nails need to breathe so use it for short periods only, removing it as soon as possible.
About Athlete's Foot
Athlete's foot is a skin disease caused by a fungus and it usually occurs between the toes and on soles of the foot and most often leaves a bad smell. The fungus that causes Athlete foot is called Trichophyton. When the feet, or other areas of the body, stay moist, warm and irritated, this fungus can thrive and infect the upper layer of the skin. Up to 70% of the population will have athletes foot at some time during their lives.
Athlete foot is caused by the ringworm fungus ("tinea" in medical jargon).Athlete foot is also called tineapedis. The fungus most commonly attacks the feet because shoes create a warm, dark, and humid environment which encourages fungus growth. If left untreated the condition can spread to other parts of the foot, hands and can even affect the face. People with excessively sweaty feet are more prone to this condition.
This condition can cause a great deal of discomfort and can affect an individual's quality of life. The skin involved may be red, swollen and may contain sticky fluid. You may also experience a scaly dry rash on the bottom and sides of feet. This type of athlete's foot is called a "moccasin" pattern. Cracks or "fissures" can occur between the toes, sometimes with an accompanied soft white scale.
The warmth and dampness of areas around swimming pools, showers, and locker rooms are also breeding grounds for fungi. Because the infection was common among athletes who used these facilities frequently, the term "athlete's foot" became popular. For short periods of time, the fungus can live in warm puddles on the tile floor, awaiting another foot to hop onto.
Many people have the fungus present on their skin but are unaffected by the microscopic organism. Conditions such as bruising or cracks in the skin allow entry for the fungus and ultimately causes infection.
Athlete’s foot is extremely common, and in almost all cases there is no underlying problem that led to your contracting this infection. However, fungal infections can also be an early sign of more serious problems that result in a weakened immune system. This is especially true for individuals who are at risk for developing diabetes or contracting the HIV virus. If someone in your family has diabetes, or if you are at-risk for HIV (high-risk sexual activity, needle sharing), then you should see your doctor to confirm that these are not potential underlying disorders.
Not all fungus conditions are athlete's foot. Other conditions, such as disturbances of the sweat mechanism, reaction to dyes or adhesives in shoes, eczema, and psoriasis, may mimic athlete's foot.
When the skin is injured by the fungus, bacteria can also invade the skin. These bacteria can cause a bad smell. Bacterial infection of the skin and resulting inflammation is known as cellulites. This is especially likely to occur in the elderly, individuals with diabetes, chronic leg swelling, or who have had veins removed (such as for heart bypass surgery), and patients with impaired immune systems.
The most common signs of athlete's foot are dry skin, itching, scaling, inflammation, burning & stinging sensations and also blisters. Blisters most often lead to cracking of the skin and secondary infections. When blisters break, small raw areas of tissue are exposed, causing pain, burning and swelling. Itching and burning usually increases as the infection spreads.
It’s very common for Athlete's foot to spread to the soles of the feet, between the toes and to the toenails. Athlete’s foot is very contagious and it can spread to other people or other parts of the body. The most common areas to spread are the groin and underarms by those who scratch the infection and then touch themselves elsewhere. It’s important to keep your finger nails sanitized and fungus free because your finger nails are your most common carrier of the fungus. Imagine yourself sleeping and feeling an itch, your first reaction will be to scratch yourself and never realize you will scratch yourself in another place later.
The fungus causing athlete's foot may persist for long periods of time and it only gets worse if not attended to. A fungal infection does not just go away and it’s important to use fungal products that work the first time and kills the fungus right away so it does not come back. The use of oral medication can take weeks or months to kill the fungus. AllStop suggests you use our fungal creams and body washes to remove the fungus right away and stop the spreading.
The infection may be spread by contaminated bed sheets or clothing to other parts of the body. It’s important to sleep on clean sheets and to never wear the same pair of socks twice. Recontamination will result in never getting rid of the fungus.
Preventing athlete’s foot is not easy because it is usually contracted in dressing rooms, showers, and swimming pool locker rooms where bare feet come in contact with the fungus. However, you can do much to prevent infection by practicing good foot hygiene. Daily washing of the feet with Antimicrobial washes and gels to arrest the fungus instantly; drying carefully, especially between the toes; and spraying your shoes daily with an antimicrobial disinfectant (used in hospital surgery rooms), help prevent the fungus from infecting the feet. Also helpful is daily use of a quality foot fungal powder.
- Avoid walking barefoot; use shower shoes or flip flops.
- Reduce perspiration by using a fungal powder.
- Wear light and airy shoes.
- Wear socks that keep your feet dry, and change them frequently if you perspire heavily.
- Disinfect your shoes daily before putting them on and if possible, put them out in the sun to dry.
- Pay attention to your feet and look for obvious signs such as changes in color and temperature, thick or discolored nails, and check for cracks, cuts, peeling or scaling on the soles of your feet.
- Be careful when self-medicating. More is not always better. Be careful to use the products the way they are intended.
- Always finish the full course of medication as fungus lives for days even after the symptoms have disappeared.
- Put your socks on before your underwear. This will prevent the infection from spreading to the groin area which may cause jock itch.
- Launder clothes in soapy HOT water with bleach to kill fungal organisms.
- Wear wider, roomier shoes for day to day activities to allow air circulation. Leather shoes or sandals are preferred.
- Wear sandals or thongs when in public pools or showers or as often as possible.
- Allow shoes to dry before wearing again.
- Wash your feet at the end of the day and if you have the opportunity to wash your feet during that day, that is a good thing.
- Wear cotton socks to absorb sweat, changing twice daily if you are susceptible.
What is Athlete’s Foot?
Athlete’s foot is an infection of the feet caused by fungus. The medical term is tinea pedis. It is in the same family as ringworm and jock itch.
What are the signs of Athlete’s foot?
The most common symptom is cracked, flaking, peeling skin between the toes. The affected area is usually red and itchy. You may feel burning and stinging, and there may be blisters, oozing, or crusting in some areas. Occasionally, people will also have these symptoms on their heels, palms, and between their fingers.
Will Athlete’s foot affect my toenails?
Yes, athlete’s foot can spread into your nail bed. This will cause your nail to become discolored, thick, and start to deteriorate and crumble.
Is athlete’s foot contagious?
YES! You can spread it to other areas of your body, such as your groin area, which is commonly referred to as jock itch. You can also spread the fungus to others through direct contact or contact with items such as shoes, stockings, and shower or pool surfaces. You can even get it from your pets.
How did I get Athlete’s foot?
There are many ways to contract athlete’s foot. Some of the most common are through bare feet on shower and bathroom floors, bath mats, pool areas, locker rooms, damp towels, and infected socks and shoes.
Why does the fungus attack my feet?
The fungus thrives in warm, moist, humid environments like sweaty feet.
How fast does this product work?
This product if formulated to destroy harmful bacterial viruses and fungi while creating a sterile environment within 4-6 hours.
Do I just need to treat my feet?
You should also treat shoes with an antibacterial spray, as well as disinfect all floors and bathing areas.
Athlete’s Foot Environment FAQ:
What other areas do I need to treat?
You should disinfect all floors and bathing areas with a hospital grade disinfectant. Make sure that all bath mats are cleaned as well as the inside of tubs and shower stalls.
What about my shoes?
You should spray a hospital grade disinfectant into the shoes that you wear so that you can kill the fungus in the shoes. You should also try to rotate shoes on a daily basis. This allows each pair of shoes to dry out completely in between wears. Also, try to always wear leather shoes instead of plastic; your feet will sweat less in the leather shoes.
The fungus on my toe nails was terrible. I was embarrassed to let anyone see my toenails or my feet. I've spent hundreds of dollars treating the fungus on my toenails. I began using your spray 3 times a day for the first week and saw immediate improvement within just a few days. I kept my toe nails clean during the treatment and scrubbing them with a little brush. Within 7 days I could tell the fungus was completely gone. I continued using it as a prevention treatment until I saw new healthy growth on my toenails. This is great!
- Andrew B, MA
My athletes foot had totally disappeared in under 7 days. I finally have the fresh, pain-free and clear feet I had always wanted. Thanks!
- Joseph M, OH
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