Inexpensive Nail Fungus Treatment

For the last 3 years I have been keeping my toenail fungus at bay with Selsun Blue anti-dandruff shampoo. It works as well as all the other topical antifungals but it is far less expensive and easier to apply. Actually, I have been using the CVS brand generic anti-dandruff shampoo. Once or twice a week when I am in the shower I rub a little bit on my whole foot. It works very well.

I’ve written a lot on my blog about nail fungus over the years. I’ve pointed out many scams like Fungavir, Zetaclear, and Claripro. Actually, pretty much if you can’t buy it at a local pharmacy, it’s almost definitely a scam.

4 Comments

  1. Laura Burgess says:

    Lee, once again you have saved me! Does it work only as maintenance, or on an active fungus?

  2. lee says:

    It feels like I’ve discovered a bit secret that no one who markets topical foot fungus or hand fungus treatments wants anyone to know! It’s crazy-inexpensive and works for me. And I get clean feet!

    In prior years I would occasionally get outbreaks of athlete’s foot (this is common in people with persistent toenail fungus). I haven’t had any outbreaks since I’ve been using it. And in fact, the skin on my feet and hands is noticeably softer with less cracks and dryness for up to a week after a treatment.

    Try it. Rub anti-dandruff shampoo on your whole foot below the ankle while in the shower (be careful not to slip!), let it sit for a few moments and then wash it off. Tell me if your feet feel better in a few days.

  3. Dani says:

    When you say at bay, does that mean your nail looks cured but isn’t, or it hasn’t spread to the other nails?

  4. lee says:

    “At bay” means that it hasn’t advanced and it hasn’t retreated. Right now I still have 9 clear toes and 1 yucky big toe. And my chronic athlete’s foot stays away for several weeks whenever I use the shampoo on my feet. I still use it 1-2x per week.

    Best of luck to you and please write back telling me if it works for you!

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