Toenail Fungus

If you have toenail fungus you have plenty of company – one in ten Americans has it!

Perhaps you’ve even spent years and hundreds of dollars trying to clear up your toenail fungus with drugs, topical ointments, or laser treatments, but just can’t shake the fungus.

Did you know your shoes can be a source of reinfection?Toenail Fungus

According to Dr. Bryan Markinson, Chief of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, “Footwear disinfection is an important but often neglected consideration in the prevention of recurrent foot infections.”  The dark, moist environment inside of your shoes is the perfect breeding ground for fungus, which can re-infect your feet over and over. In fact, fungus spores can remain hidden in your shoes for weeks or even years, ready to re-emerge when you put your shoes back on.


With the SteriShoe UV shoe sanitizer, you can remove a source of foot fungus by sanitizing your shoes.

Healthy Feet

Unlike chemical sprays and powders that mask shoe odors (and with the leading product label that tells you not too spray on clothing or skin), only the SteriShoe UV shoe sanitizer is clinically proven to kill up to 99.9% of fungus using ultraviolet (UVC) light.

Don’t waste your time and money by treating your feet but not your shoes. Go to a source of the problem by disinfecting your shoes with the SteriShoe UV shoe sanitizer. With regular foot and shoe treatments, you’re treating your infection and killing the germs in your shoes. Don’t hide your feet from the world — get back in those sandals in no time!

Take advantage of our 30-day, no-risk, money-back guarantee: Try SteriShoe with your own shoes at home — if you don’t find the germs and odor are gone in 30 days, or are unsatisfied for any reason, simply return SteriShoe for a full refund!

To learn more about the SteriShoe UV shoe sanitizer, please don’t hesitate to contact us today!

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Clinically Proven to Kill Germs in Shoes that Cause: Athlete’s Foot, Shoe Odor, and Toenail Fungus.

* J Am Podiatr Med Assoc. 2012 Jul-Aug;102(4):309-13.