Thursday, August 9, 2012

How to Get Rid of Toenail Fungus *The Complete Guide*

Which homemade toenail fungus treatment is right for you?
Big Toe With Toenail Fungus Infection
Toenail fungus is an insidious growth that can affect anyone, and many people don't realize they have it. Perhaps you already know you have the symptoms of a toenail fungus: Yellowing of the nails, discoloration of the nail bed, streaking, brittleness. There is more than one homemade toenail fungus treatment out there to fix this condition, and we're going to take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of each one:

Bare feet and sunlight

Fungi, including toenail fungus, love to grow in moist dark places, which is the environment that shoes create for your feet. However, ultraviolet rays from the sun and fresh air will stop or kill fungus. To use this toenail fungus treatment, you just need to go barefoot or with sandals, and go outside. This treatment is free, but the disadvantage is that it can take a long time to work, you can't wear sandals everywhere, and the weather is unpredictable.

Vinegar foot bath

Vinegar foot baths are reportedly successful. This treatment requires a 45-minute foot soaking each day for 3 to 6 months, and can take up to a year to cure more severe infections. The advantage is that vinegar is widely available, but the disadvantage of this toenail fungus treatment is that it takes about an hour away from each day, and the cost of vinegar can add up quickly.

Peroxide and water bath

Similar to the vinegar foot bath, except a blend of hydrogen peroxide and water are used. Success has also been reported with this treatment, however it takes as long as the vinegar foot bath.

Bleach and water

Similar to the other soaks, but involves a couple of teaspoons of bleach mixed with water. This has been reported as effective, but special care must be taken not to burn the skin because concentrated bleach is a strong chemical.

As you can see, all of these treatments are relatively inexpensive and the ingredients are accessible.

The drawback is that every single one of them takes a long time to work, and will be hard if you live a busy life like most people.

How to Treat Your Toenail Fungus Infection In Under 30 Days...

Fortunately if you have a toe fungus infection, there are plenty of treatments available that can clear most of the infection within 30 days.

This product called ZetaClear is one I'm particularly fond of. You can read my review of it through that link.

One thing I really like about it is that the treatment attacks the nail fungus from the surface level, and also at the root which really speeds up the time it takes for your nails to clear.

Read my full review of Zeta Clear here:


The key to clearing any nail fungus infection is to begin treatment immediately!

If you are still in research mode and need more options, check out this toenail fungus treatment resource.

And remember, every day that goes by gives your infection more time to fortify itself in... making it even harder to remove.

Start now by reading my review of Zeta Clear here, then start treating it!

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