Yes there is a cure for the athlete’s foot; a simple home remedy would be a solution. Here are some remedies:
Put one part vinegar and four partswarm water in a conainer. Soak the feet in this solution for half an hour, twice in a day.
Baking soda paste would also be helpful in curing this infection. Take a 1 tbsp baking soda and add somewater, to form a paste. Apply the paste on the affected area. Once dry, rinse off and let your feet dry.
Add 40 drops of tea tree oil to a liter of water. Immerse your feet in this solution for aboutten minutes. After this, dry your feet with a towel. Use a dryer to make sure that there is no moisture left in between the toes. After that, apply a few drops of tea tree oil in the infected region.Mix one part of pure apple cider vinegar with one part of warm water and soak the feet, in the solution, for about 20 minutes. Cleanse the feet both before and after immersing, using a gentlesoap. After the treatment, ensure that the feet are completely dry. Follow this remedy two times a day, for 1-2 weeks, depending on the severity of the situation.
Using boric acid, Epsom salt andvinegar would be an effective way of getting rid of the fungus. Take a large bowl and partially fill it with hot water. Add 1 cup vinegar, 1/4 cup Epsom salt and 3 tbsp boric acid. Make sure that boricacid has been whisked well. Soak your feet in the water for about 15 minutes and dry thoroughly.
Apply cornstarch on your feet, including the area between the toes as well, before putting on soaks andshoes. This will keep the feet dry and help in curing athlete's foot.
Another efficient remedy would be to put fresh garlic slices in your shoes and wear them throughout the day.
Dissolve 6aspirins in 1/2 cup of rubbing alcohol. Shake the mixture well and apply on the affected area. Repeat this about thrice a day and continue it for three days or until athlete's foot is gone.