After the bath, dry your feet well, then take a box of baking soda from the kitchen cabinet and sprinkle some white powder on your feet and between your toes. Baking soda absorbs moisture and thus helps fight fungi that, if skin is moist or sweaty, can develop into an itchy, uncomfortable athletic foot.
It will also help freshen up your feet and eliminate odor. If your athletic foot has already developed, try using garlic, which contains ajoen, a potent antifungal substance. In 2 tablespoons of olive oil, add 6 crushed garlic cloves, cover and let stand for a few days. Drain the oil and apply once to the affected parts of the feet.