What do you soak an infected finger in?
A finger infection may result in itching and redness in the affected area. There are different stages of finger infection, mild and moderate, leading to severe infections, which can be treated in various ways. The mild infections can be treated using following home remedies.
Use of warm water: the treatment can be started with just using the warm water soak for ten to twenty minutes twice or thrice a day.
The use of Hydrogen-peroxide: Sopping into a 3% peroxide solution will help cure the infection.
Soaking in Epsom salts may also help alleviate the finger.
Use of vinegar: One of the treatments is to thoroughly acidify the affected area to encounter the fungal or bacterial infections at initial stages.
Use of Boric acid: Take 1-2 ounces of boric acid into the warm water. Soak the infected finger in it for 10-15 minutes and applying Neosporin ointment after the soak. This should be done two times a day.
If the infection persists, consult a skin specialist.