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That’s why I got it for the athlete’s foot / nail fungus. I was going to do it before and after the paintings … but it was disgusting, so I thought I’d cut everyone apart.
Anyway, this thing is great. I started with 10 minutes of hot water in a small foot bath for 10 minutes, then, after drying my feet, I put undiluted oil on my toes and feet and I can’t rinse. I let him dry and I wore socks. In all the research I have found to dilute the tea tree, he says that he can suffer and cause redness, but my skin is never sensitive and he wants the fungus to go away, so it is not diluted and has no problems.
Yes, the smell was strong but it didn’t bother me. It smells like a tea tree. Like the smell of eucalyptus and cleaning product. I like it because it smells like I’ve cleared holy hell on my feet. I noticed less Oder on my feet.
If you are treating the nail fungus, nail the fillet as thinly as possible and cut it as short as possible before adding oil or cream, and I wanted to make a note of it so that it could really get into your nail.
This helped me really with the foot disc and later drying and q-type of practice with the oil. I came to get more. Just to be in case.
** The big difference in my nails and feet on these three days. I’m gonna go on all month.