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  • Getting Rid Of Fungus On Nails & Athletes Foot

    1 posts, 1 voices, 597 views, started Dec 19, 2008

    Posted on Friday, December 19, 2008 by Shopgirl1960

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    • Carnelian
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      A lot of you will be painting your nails for the holidays.
      If you have the beginning stages of fungus,or have fungus on your nails, do NOT use your polish since it will infect your bottle for future use. Both stages ARE contagious to your other nails. Just touching the infected area with another nail can cause more infections. However,you can pour some polish onto an area (paper plate?) and buy a brush to apply to the effected nail. Sally’s Beauty Supply should be able to help you find a brush small enough.

      And just an FYI,athletes foot is contagious! If one of your family member takes a shower before you and has it, more than likely you too will get it. Just clean the bathing area after their use.



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