Hydrogen Peroxide for Toenail Fungus?


Hydrogen peroxide is a well known antifungal treatment but there are some problems with using it to cure a toenail fungus. One of the major problems is that it is difficult to introduce the hydrogen peroxide deep enough into the nailbed for it to kill the fungus. Just simply wiping the afffected area with hydrogen peroxide is not sufficient to cure the toenail fungus, and soaking the toenail usually involves soaking the entire foot which can cause other problems with skin dryness or exacerbate sores or wounds on the feet.
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1. Don your rubber gloves and safety goggles to protect yourself while handling the hydrogen peroxide. 2. Pour a gallon of water into a five-gallon bucket. Measure out 1 cup of hydrogen
Hydrogen Peroxide is absorbed quickly by the skin. It will turn the skin white temporarily. Hydrogen Peroxide is an antiseptic with antimicrobial properties that can slow fungal growth
Okay...after further research I have this to contribute...I found this on another web forum. Hope this helps as I feel much better about using this method last evening. Hydrogen Peroxide
1. There are two ways to use Hydrogen peroxide to treat nail fungus. Which type you should use depends on how many nails are infected with a fungus. 2. If you only have one nail that
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Hydrogen Peroxide for Toenail Fungus
Toenail fungus can infect one or more nails. The fungal infection may begin as a white or yellow spot underneath the nail. As the fungi grow, the toenail will become more discolored and the infection may become painful.... More »
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