BLEACH ON RINGWORM


Many people ask about a home remedy such as using bleach on ringworm. One of the biggest mistakes we see in ringworm treatment is trying a home remedy. Some patients spend months trying home remedies like nail polish, vegetable juices, bleach on ringworm or a ringworm vinegar treatment. Not only do these home treatments not work, but using bleach can permanently damage your skin. Bleach is not safe to use on your skin, and can cause severe side effects.

While you are wasting time using a home remedy, your ringworm infection will worsen. It is important to start effective treatment immediately before the condition worsens. You need to use a safe and effective treatment, not a home remedy like ringworm vinegar treatment.

Ringworm is a skin infection that is caused by a fungus (there are no worms). Ringworm can affect the skin anywhere on your body including the scalp, feet (athletes feet), groin area (jock itch) or nails.

Ringworm most often affects children, but can affect people of all ages. It is a very common skin disorder, and is very contagious. It can be passed by direct skin-to-skin contact, or thru contact with contaminated items such as a brush, hat, towel, unwashed clothing, and pool or shower surface. Ringworm can also be caught from an infected cat or dog.

Fortunately there is a very effective ringworm treatment. It is very safe, all natural, and the professionals associated with this site highly recommend it. For more information about the best ringworm treatment, follow this link to Phytozine. For additional information about ringworm, please continue reading.

Now that we have discussed why you shouldn’t use a home remedy like ringworm bleach, we will go over the ringworm symptoms, and then discuss a safe and effective treatment.

Ringworm symptoms

Ringworm on the skin - usually starts as reddish, scaly patch or bump. It tends to be extremely itchy and uncomfortable. Eventually, it may begin to resemble a ring or a series of rings. It will become raised with bumpy borders around a scaly center. This pattern is what gives ringworm its name. However, not everyone who's infected develops the rings.

Ringworm of the feet - is known as athlete's foot. The rash, which usually appears between the toes, appears patchy or can cause the skin to crack. Usually the rash a person gets with either athlete's foot or jock itch will not look like rings at all.

Ringworm of the scalp – starts as a small pimple that gets larger and larger. Eventually it becomes patchy, flaky, or scaly. In some people the hair will fall out, leaving scaly patches of temporary baldness. The place where the infection is often becomes swollen, tender, and red. Sometimes, yellowish crusty areas will develop. (Using a ringworm vinegar treatment is known to increase baldness).

Ringworm of the nails - can affect several or just one nail on a person's feet or hands. The nails often become thick, yellowish or white, and brittle. (Using bleach on ringworm of the nails is also dangerous, and can cause you to permanently lose your nail)

Now that we have gone over the ringworm symptoms, we will go the best cure for ringworm. As we have said, home remedies such as bleach on ringworm and ringworm vinegar treatment do not work and can be dangerous.

Effective ringworm treatment

Now that we have discussed the dangers of home remedies such as ringworm bleach, we can discuss a safe and effective treatment.

We have been recommending a cure for ringworm for several years now. It is all natural, has no side effects, and many people have reported excellent results with it. It is called Phytozine. Based on the results we have seen, we believe it is the best ringworm treatment on the market. Follow this link to find out more about it, and how it can help you.

If you have additional questions about a home remedy such as ringworm vinegar treatment, please contact us. If you have tried bleach on ringworm and are suffering side effects, contact your doctor immediately.


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