Zeasorb AF Super Absorbent Antifungal Powder 2.5 oz
  • In the cupboard, I found this Zeasorb AF powder
  • I was not sure what it was at first, as I thought it was made just for jock itch, but it also said it could treat athlete’s foot, so I gave it a try
  • I think this is a good, potent product– I just have that little concern about the talc issue
  • I would definitely recommend it for that purpose



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      I normally use an anti fungal spray or powder in my athletic shoes to prevent any problems with fungus before they can start. When I ran out of my own one day, I ran around the house looking for something that might serve as a substitute until I could get more. In the cupboard, I found this Zeasorb AF powder.

      I was not sure what it was at first, as I thought it was made just for jock itch, but


      it also said it could treat athlete’s foot, so I gave it a try. The powder is talc based, not a starch, and it is not as soft as some.

      In my shoe of course, I cannot tell this so I didn’t care, but I would feel sorry for someone using it for their private areas because it seemed a bit scratchy to me. In my shoes, it did a great job.

      I ended up using the rest of the bottle, because no one in the house claimed it, so why waste it? It did a great job as a stand in powder. In a few weeks, when I had used it all up, my shoes were just as fresh as they were with my usual array of products.

      Zeasorb has been around for a long time, and I have heard of the product but never knew much about it. I read that it can be used for feminine itching/ ...


      •    Zeasorb AF Super Absorbent Antifungal Powder 2.5 oz
      fungal rash, but this was a little bit of a concern for me because it is talc based, and I have been under the impression that talc is not a good thing to use in a woman’s private areas, because it can cause cancer risk.

      For this reason, I would never use it in that manner. It works great for the feet and shoes though.

      I once used it directly on my feet as well as in the shoes

      because I planned to have a very active, sweaty day. My feel felt comfortable and dry and even at the end of the day they were still dry– and smelled like I had just washed them.

      I think this is a good, potent product– I just have that little concern about the talc issue. Other than that, it is excellent for athlete’s foot prevention, and probably would go a long way to help cure it too.

      I would definitely recommend it for that purpose.


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