Athlete's Foot Appearance
Athlete’s foot may not always have the same appearance. In some people, the skin between the toes (especially the last two toes) peels, cracks, and scales. There may be redness, scaling, and even dryness on the soles and along the sides of the feet. Athletes foot may also produce itching and burning of the feet. A few individuals may develop a single small patch of intensely itchy blisters. These skin changes can also be caused by other medical conditions like contact dermatitis and psoriasis. Fungal infections of the toenails can also occur and be difficult to treat with commercially available preparations. Toenail infections cause scaling, crumbling, thickening, and even partial loss of the nails. These changes can also result from other conditions such as psoriasis, injury, and aging.
This is just the start in what are some of the best anti-fungal essential oils for Tinea Versicolor treatment. As I have advised before, if you have no prior experience in using essential oils, consult a professional on the best means of usage for each of these. Keep in mind that any aromatherapy is considered an alternative medicine. While some of the ingredients are commonly found in food and the like, it is important to note that these oils are very powerful extracts. If you are in need of finding an aromatherapist, it is best to contact your healthcare providers whom can recommend a qualified professional.