Antifungal Soap

Myfootshop Antifungal Soap, used on a daily basis will inhibit fungal infections of the skin and nail. Also great for jock itch and diaper rash. By Myfootshop.com. 1/pkg.
SKU: 809
Manufacturer: MyFootShop.com
$5.95

Bothered by chronic peeling on the bottoms of the feet? You might have a low-grade chronic fungal infection called tinea rubrum. Most chronic fungal infections of the feet resemble dry skin. To control fungal infections, keep a bar of Myfootshop Antifungal Soap in the shower and use it everyday. The soap also is great for jock itch, diaper rash and any place else where fungus resides. It's safe and effective and uses tea tree oil and lavender oil as its active ingredients. Controls fungal infections of the skin and nails.

Ingredients: saponifed organic coconut oil, olive oil, palm kernel oil, palm oil, castor oil, cocoa butter, lavender and tea tree essential oil blend, organic rice oil, shea butter, rosemary oil extract as preservative, bentonite clay. 

Indications - Myfootshop.com Antifungal Soap is usedto control athlete's foot, fungal infections of the nail, bacterial infections of the foot, onychomycosis, dermatitis and toe box dermatitis.

Bothered by chronic peeling on the bottoms of the feet? You might have a low-grade chronic fungal infection called tinea rubrum. Most chronic fungal infections of the feet resemble dry skin. To control fungal infections, keep a bar of Myfootshop Antifungal Soap in the shower and use it everyday. The soap also is great for jock itch, diaper rash and any place else where fungus resides. It's safe and effective and uses tea tree oil and lavender oil as its active ingredients. Controls fungal infections of the skin and nails.

Ingredients: saponifed organic coconut oil, olive oil, palm kernel oil, palm oil, castor oil, cocoa butter, lavender and tea tree essential oil blend, organic rice oil, shea butter, rosemary oil extract as preservative, bentonite clay. 

Indications - Myfootshop.com Antifungal Soap is usedto control athlete's foot, fungal infections of the nail, bacterial infections of the foot, onychomycosis, dermatitis and toe box dermatitis.

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Athlete's Foot

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Dermatitis

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