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Courtin - Tea Tree Oil - Nail Oil - 30 ml

This product is ideal for preventing split and rough nails. Effective protection against fungi. The product contains antiseptic tea tree oil

£8.99
£9.99
Daktarin - Spray - 100g

For the effective treatment and prevention of fungal and associated bacterial infections of the skin such as athletes foot.

£5.99
£7.99
Imperial Feet - Nail Mycosis - solution - 75ml

Nail infections and mycosis/ thickened nails can respond very well to this product which is based on glycerine, jojoba oil and tea tree oil.

£7.99
£9.99
Mycota Cream - 25gm

Topical anti-fungal cream.For use as a topical antifungal and antibacterial cream in the prevention and treatment of athletes foot.

£0.99
£4.00
Mycota Powder - 70gm

Anti-fungal and anti-bacterial powder.For application to the skin, used for the treatment and prevention of athletes foot.

£1.99
£5.99
Mykored  - Nail / skin spray - Bottle - 70ml

Effective protection against skin and nail infection and treatment of verrucae. Mykored is effective against a range of dermatophytes and yeasts.

£8.99
£9.99
Mykored - Forte Cream - 20ml

A moisturising cream designed to care for and protect the skin and nails. The cream can help prevent split skin, regulate moisture content and improve the structure of the nail.

£8.99
£9.99
Mykored - Nail Protection Oil - 15ml

Mykored Nail Protect Oil: 15ml. Contains essential oils to improve nail condition and 1% clotrimazole as a fungal preventative.

£8.99
£9.99
Mykored - Nail Tincture - 50ml

Effective protection against skin and nail infection. Mykored is effective against a range of dermatophytes and yeasts.

£8.99
£9.99

Fungal Treatments

 

Products with a general anti-fungal spectrum to treat minor fungal infections such as athletes foot or fungal nails.  If you are in doubt about what the problem is with your feet either see your GP or make an appointment with an HCPC registered Podiatrist

Athlete's foot is caused by a fungus that grows on or in the top layer of skin. Fungi (plural of fungus) grow best in warm, moist places such as the area between the toes particularly if you are not drying this area well.  The various kinds of fungi that cause athlete's foot belong to a group called dermatophytes. The fungi thrive in moist, warm environments and feed on keratin, a protein found in hair, nails and skin.

Athlete's foot is mildly contagious. It can be spread through direct contact with the infection and by skin particles left on towels, shoes, floors of shower cubicles and changing rooms, and around swimming pools .  Walking barefoot in the shower at the gym or around the pool may increase your chance of contracting athlete's foot.

The risk of developing athlete's foot can also depend on your susceptibility. For example, people who have diabetes or are immuno-compromised are at greater risk.  Also if you are on blood thinners such as warfarin - it is worth checking your INR levels via your pharmacy or GP surgery as when carrying out treatment such as using dakatarin etc -  it is essential to make sure the treatment you are using  is not affecting your INR results.