Toenail Fungus

by Amanda

My boyfriend suffered from dry skin on his feet, as well as yellow, infected looking toenails.

After deciding to massage his feet with coconut oil to combat the dry skin, I thought I'd try rubbing his toe nails with it, too, as I knew it was antimicrobial.

His toe nails, which were once yellow, are now growing pink and healthy. The difference between the nail that is growing and the infected part of the nail is clear to see.

My boyfriend, who was once a skeptic, is now more believing of the benefits of coconut oil.

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Jan 04, 2011
Coconut Oil for Toenail Fungus
by: Frederick

Dry skin on feet, as well as yellow, infected looking toenails? Yup, that's toenail fungus alright.

Even with drugs, medicated creams, etc, toenail fungus is exceedingly difficult to cure. But once again, coconut oil has shown its antimicrobial might. Specifically, its amazing ability to kill fungi, the all-natural way!

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