Cutaneous Candida Treatment

According to the NIH Cutaneous Candidiasis is another name for Candida infection of the skin http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000880.htm. If you have Candida in your skin, you may have it elsewhere, so the most important thing to do is make sure you are eating healthy, and making sure you do not eat any foods that can potentially promote Candida overgrowth.

If you have Cutaneous Candida, you should take oral antifungals, such as consuming coconut oil, garlic, apple cider vinegar, but you should also look to apply antifungals to your skin directly. You can either get the antifungals at the pharmacy, or you can use antifungals that are all natural and you can find in your local health food stores.

I wrote about several different antifungals, and I believe it is best to mix around different antifungals so the yeast infection does not develop any sort of resistance against your Candida. There are various antifungals which I have talked about on my site, so please look through it for the ideal treatment for Cutaneous Candidiasis.