Anti-fungal gels and creams and nail polish all work well in treating nail fungus, according to WebMD. Such treatments also reduce the risk of a return infection and may prevent athlete's foot from moving to the nails. More »

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To get rid of toenail fungus fast, start with a baking soda soak to neutralize the fungus. Follow with a tea tree oil rub to get rid of the fungus. It can take several days or a couple of weeks to eliminate the fungus, d... More »

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Soaking the feet in a vinegar solution increases the pH level of the environment, making it less hospitable for nail fungus. Although apple cider vinegar is effective, white vinegar works just as well and is less expensi... More »

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One home remedy for nail fungus on finger- or toenails involves using over-the-counter antifungal nail creams and ointments to treat the condition, suggests Mayo Clinic. Before applying the medication, file off any white... More »

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Toenail fungus can be treated with antifungal drugs that are taken orally or with medicated nail creams or nail polishes, according to Mayo Clinic. There are fungus remedies available both over the counter and by prescri... More »

Home remedies for treating fingernail fungus include keeping the nails trimmed and thin and using over-the-counter antifungal nail creams and ointments, states Mayo Clinic. In one study, 56 percent of participants experi... More »

Soaking the feet in a vinegar solution increases the pH level of the environment, making it less hospitable for nail fungus. Although apple cider vinegar is effective, white vinegar works just as well and is less expensi... More »

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