Athletes Foot Tea Tree Oil Soak

Athletes Foot Tea Tree Oil Soak: Learn how to make the success rate >85%. The key is to know how long & how much to use it!

Tea Tree Oil Foot Soak Remedy:


  • + Easy to use method.
  • + All Natural.
  • + Fairly cheap, <$10 per bottle .
  • + Also works on the toenails.
  • + 85% success rate if used correctly.
  • + Does not irritate the feet.
  • + Can be used as a topical or a foot soak.


  • – Can irritate the skin in some people.
  • – Soaking feet can be annoying.
  • – Can smell, but ways to make it smell better.
  • – Careful if you are a diabetic.
  • – Careful if you have peripheral neuropathy.





What Causes Athletes Foot Fungus?

Athlete’s foot fungus is due to a superficial infection of the skin by fungus!

If you want to learn more about the causes of fungus:



Are Tea Tree Oil Foot Soaks Commonly Used?

  • It is not really used in the medical community.
  • But ingredients within tea tree oil are proven to be anti-fungal.
  • It is used more by naturopathic physicians.
  • It is the chief ingredient in many of the creams being sold online *These creams are not FDA approved so they do not have any proven medical components*
  • Most “Natural Remedy” topicals are unregulated, so no one really checks the % of tea tree oil in them.




Studies For Tea Tree Oil Foot Soaks:

The majority of the articles focus on treating athlete’s foot (Tinea Pedis) and other superficial skin fungus infections such as the scalp and ringworm.

  • One study found 100% tea tree oil effective against nail fungus in killing toenail fungus.
  • The study also compared it to a topical medical treatment (clomitrazole) in effectiveness.
  • A followup study found that tea tree oil was less effective than medications at lower concentrations.
  • This lower concentration still did kill some nail fungus, but less effectively.
  • Since athlete’s foot fungus is more superficial, it should be more effective than for toenail fungus!




Remember To Treat Your Toenail Fungus!

Toenail fungus is a reservoir for fungus to re-infect your foot. If you have toenailfungus remember to treat it as well!


  • Remember that if you continue having toenail fungus, it will reinfect your foot once more.
  • Follow our complete toenail fungus treatment guide!

The Complete Toenail Fungus Treatment Guide!