Good afternoon Medistars!

The feet are a very important part in the world of beauty, now it is time to wear them and that is why we want to talk about some curiosities and give you some tips and tricks to keep them always perfect.


Why do the toenails turn yellow?

It is that there is an infection in them. That is, a fungus that causes those symptoms. In addition it is also known as ‘onychomycosis’. It usually appears on the nail of the big toe and is usually contagious. For this reason, if it is not treated in a radical way, it can happen to other toes.

Most common causes of foot fungus

It is true that it may be due to another series of problems but among the most frequent, we have to mention that they will be due to some type of infection both in swimming pools and in public baths or changing rooms and similar areas. That is why we must always have adequate footwear to avoid fungi. On the other hand, it is also said that they can reach our lives by sweating and not wearing a shoe that transpires. What the combination of moisture can always result in such an infection. It is said that with the passing of the years it is more frequent to be infected by fungi, since the nails will become more fragile, being able to tear easier and that is when the fungi are installed.

Preventive measures to avoid fungus and yellow toenails

In addition to always wearing our shoes in public places and maintaining proper foot hygiene every day, we cannot forget another fundamental step. Keeping nails short and filing them so that they are a little thinner are another step. Since in this way, fungi will have less space to settle.


Remedies to fight foot fungus

Lemon juice

If you want to say goodbye to yellow nails, then you can’t forget the lemon. You can soak a cotton ball in it or cut the lemon in half and rub it throughout the area. You have to be a little constant, but without a doubt, this remedy is one of the most used.


Garlic clove

Boil a glass of water with three cloves of garlic inside. Then, when it is warm, we pour the water into a large container where the foot to be treated fits. We put it in the water and wait for it to cool completely that will be about 15 or 20 minutes.

Baking soda

Baking soda with a little water forms a paste that we must apply on the nail. In this case, you should do a massage on it with said paste. Remember to do it every day and in a very short time, you will see how the nail no longer has that yellow color.

Apple vinager

Like the garlic clove remedy, we have the apple cider vinegar. In this case, we will have to pour water into a large bowl and add a glass of vinegar. For half an hour, dip your feet in this mixture. Once the time has passed, we must completely dry our feet, since the moisture helps the fungi continue to spread.