Feet Mildew And Mold, a “capricious” disease or not propper treatments?

Feet mold in medicine is known as   Tinea Pedis.

It is very common for athletes and is known as athlete’s’ foot.

This disease initially affects the area between the toes and if not treated it will spread to other areas.

It is associated with itching, burning, redness, blisters and then peeled off skin and consequently wounds.

Feet molds  are easily transmitted in  public areas when the bare feet  come into direct contact with the contaminated areas.


Mold is very widespread in the surrounding environment.

Mold is fed by the keratin of the skin and along with favorable conditions (warmth, humidity, absences of light) which encourage their growth, when feet are kept for a  long time inside footwear, allowing mold to develop and spread further.

Microspores  intertwined in the  skin layers, inadequate hygiene, and careless treatments make the mold a “capricious” disease.



The antimycotic cream provided by  the Secrets of Nature is an oil based cream.

It is prepared with specific herbal oils that not only have anti-mycotic effects, but also ease symptoms caused by mold and increase the recovery rate  of damaged skin.


Wash your feet with warm water and soap, thoroughly cleaned in order  to remove as much damaged skin that contains mold spores.

Once in a few days it is prefered  to keep your feet in warm water with black salt added. This enables deeper penetration in the skin to scrub off the spores found there.

Then wipe your feet with a clean towel not used before.

Let it dry off  well as humidity can be favorable factor for mold development.

Apply the cream at least half an hour before bed to have maximum absorption, rather covering them  and accidentally wiping off the cream.

Caution: The cream should be applied for at least 1 to 1 month and a half in order to  achieve full skin rejuvenation by removing all the mold and spores that may have penetrated into the deepest layers.

You may see an improvement  within a week of treatment, but as long as the mold isn’t fully   eradicated till the last spore, it can easily grow back within a few days.


Hygiene is a prerequisite for mold treatment.

Without the proper hygiene, mold redevelops quickly  after the treatment is stopped.

Since the mold is easily taken through contact with the skin, this should be kept in mind:

If one of your  family members is also infected, both of you should undergo treatment at the same time, especially if it is your partner because mold spores are easily transmitted  through sheets while you sleep (sheets.blankets etc. which need to be changed frequently to ensure the removal of mold spores)

Every day put on clean socks and possibly ironed for  the first 2 weeks in order to avoid the risk of re-infection. They should be only made out of  cotton as synthetic materials increase moisture, favoring the development of mold.

Wash your slippers especially those that you use in direct contact with your skin as they are among the largest sources of mold.

Wash and disinfect  your shoes, sneakers etc. as mold is present in them.

Aerate your feet as much as possible at night, dryness and the lack of warmth prohibit the growth and development of mold.

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