Most of us have faced a fungal infection, which happens when the fungi that usually live on our skin start to multiply and cause fungal infections, itching and Athlete’s foot.

The most affected persons of these infections are:

• Children or adults that have urination control problems

• People who sweat a lot

• People with weak immune systems

• People who take antibiotics for a long time

• People who work together with people who might be infected, such as students, medical nurses, doctors, etc.

The fungi usually affect the armpits, toes and genitalia. You can get fungal infection by getting in contact with an infected person so be careful when in public places, such as pools or dressing rooms.

Don’t use towels or combs of others and pay attention to your personal hygiene. Dark and moist places are an excellent spot for the development of bacteria and fungus, so keep your skin dry and clean.

Wear cotton underwear and always dry your feet well. You should also dry the skin under the breast well. You should know that fungal infections are really easily transferable.

Tinea crurus is a fungal infection that usually appears among men around the crutch area. It is characterized by redness and flaking of the skin.

Skin lesions are small areas of the skin affected with redness. It can appear on various places on the skin. In women, they usually affect the vaginal area.

Fungal infections can be easily treated with antifungal creams and powders. However, you have to consult a doctor about these products, especially if you have a weak immune system or you suffer from diabetes.