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Ringworm

Tinea Corporis, commonly known as Ringworm, is a contagious infection that occurs on the surface of the skin. It is caused by various types of fungus, similar to those that cause athlete's foot. The name comes from the characteristic ring that appears on the infected person's skin. The condition has nothing to do with actual worms. School-age children are commonly affected.

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Causes of Ringworm

  • Skin-to-skin contact with an infected person or animal

  • Indirect contact with a surface touched by an infected person or animal

  • In rare cases, ringworm can be spread through soil

Symptoms of Ringworm

Ringworm can present as any one or a combination of the following symptoms:

  • Ring-shaped rash

  • Itching

  • Burning

  • Scaling

  • Discomfort

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Treat Ringworm

Since ringworm is caused by various types of fungus, similar to those that cause athlete's foot, it can be treated with the same products used to treat athlete’s foot.

Athlete's Foot Cream

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Athlete's Foot Liquid Spray

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Athlete’s Foot Powder Spray

Foot Powder

Athlete's Foot Deodorant Powder Spray

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Athlete's Foot Super Absorbent Powder

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Prevent Ringworm

  • Do not share clothing, towels, or other personal items

  • Minimize close contact with infected people or animals

  • Keep skin dry and clean