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Athlete's Foot cure in a spray-Scholl will rid you of this foot fungus.

Updated on December 19, 2011


The Scholl spray frontal image
The Scholl spray frontal image | Source

Shcoll Athlete's Foot Spray-Does it work

The golden question is, does Scholl Athlete's foot spray actually work? It worked great for me after years of struggling with the foot fungus.So I write this review of athlete's foot treatment with confidence. The basic instructions are to wash your feet and spray it onto the affected area twice a day.Wear clean socks when it has dried off. Continue this for two weeks even when symptons have cleared. This apparently helps from re-infection.


This is simply a user review and not medical advice,please consult your doctor before using this product.

Scholl Chemical Composition

Scholl Chemical Composition with active ingredient being Tolnaftate BP
Scholl Chemical Composition with active ingredient being Tolnaftate BP | Source


The active ingredient in this product is listed as Tolnaftate BP which is an over the counter anti fungal synthetic agent. It is found in other products with a similar purpose.

Other ingredients include, Ethanol (36%), Butane,BHT,Polyethylene Polypropylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether.


This product is extremely flammable so should be kept away from naked flames.

If you intend to use this product, please consult with your physician with the given details.


Scholl Athletes foot spray does exactly what it says on the bottle. This includes the warning against spraying on broken skin (Trust me you do not want to do that!) In 10 days my feet were clear with no sign of the fungus that had once plagued them. I would highly recommend this to anyone who wears boots all day or who shares public showers like gym facilities.

It comes highly recommeded with a 10/10 rating from the reviewer.


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    • Alladream74 profile imageAUTHOR

      Victor Mavedzenge 

      7 years ago from Oakland, California

      @Granny's House. As suggested,I am here to give you an update on the progress with my athletes foot cure.It has not re-occurred in the last month and a half.

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      Granny's House 

      7 years ago from Older and Hopefully Wiser Time

      Good Luck. Let me know how it works out. If it does I will have him try again.

    • Alladream74 profile imageAUTHOR

      Victor Mavedzenge 

      7 years ago from Oakland, California

      I will post an update here if it comes back! So far so good. I had had athletes foot for more than 10 years,now its gone...I hope.

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      Granny's House 

      7 years ago from Older and Hopefully Wiser Time

      My husband has tried all this stuff. It all says it cures athlete's foot. Then it always comes right back. If it is cured it would not come back and these companies would go out of business. lol



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