How to treat Children’s Athlete Foot

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Athlete’s foot is a common infection that can occur in people of all ages. Since it prefers to live in moist, warm areas, it typically shows up between the toes. It appears as red, cracked skin that is moist and scaly. It can also cause blisters on the bottom of the foot as well as itching and peeling skin.

To treat athlete’s foot in children, your child should first make sure that they are carefully washing and drying their feet twice a day. While drying, make sure that you are paying particular attention to the spaces between the toes. You can also use a hair dryer that has been set to cool to help make sure that the feet are completely dry.

Athletes-foot-is-a-common-infection-that-can-occur-in-people-of-all-agesNext you should put absorbent powder on your child’s feet. This will help to keep them dry throughout the day. After applying this powder, have your child put on clean, white socks. While they are in your home, they should only wear their socks.

Finally, whenever your child is planning to be in a community shower, pool or gym, make sure that they are wearing rubber shoes, like flip flops. They should also not wear other people’s shoes while they have athlete’s foot as well.

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