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These skin yeast infection pictures are all commonly caused by candida albicans and candida tropicalis, which are two of the most common yeast species that can infect the human body. When treating these infections, the underlying cause should also be addressed.
This yeast infection picture of the hand is in between the fingers. It can also occur anywhere on the body.
If allowed to remain infected long enough, the skin gets hard as it macrophages and can crack open when the skin is stretched. This can be very painful for the person that has it.
This yeast infection picture of the skin is in the crook of the arm.
It has broken open and has now become an open sore and is very painful. Macrophaging will be the next step and the skin will harden.
This is a yeast infection picture of a rash on a baby that looks like a heat type rash on its neck. This is common under the arms, as diaper rash, behind the legs, etc.
Anywhere there is heat and moisture the yeast can grow.
Try to keep these areas dry as possible. Cornstarch may be used to absorb moisture. I used to use this on my feet for chronic athletes foot problems. It does work very well.
This skin yeast infection picture of diaper rash looks like the worst case of diaper rash I have ever seen.
The fungus has actually eaten off the top layer of skin.
You can make a paste out of the 11-Strain probiotic and apply it to the infected areas. I would also give them some by mouth.
Coconut Oil also works very well on the skin and is completely safe. It explodes the nucleus of the yeast cell from the inside out.
In all cases of skin yeast don't forget to treat the inside and not just the outside.
These pictures are actually pretty mild except for the diaper rash. I have some pictures that demonstrate how this stuff can actually all out attack the skin of a person so it doesn't even look like skin any longer.
In all cases of yeast infections of the skin, the possible yeast within the body should also be treated.
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