Dealing with Bar Rot

October 20th, 2014 | Anti-Fungal

If you work in the restaurant field, you know what we are talking about when we say bar rot. In short, bar rot is a fungal infection of the cuticles. It is common for individuals in the restaurant industry to be washing glasses/dishware/silverware in hot water and cold water. Bartenders may also be cutting up lemons and limes to prepare for all the fancy cocktails. Wet to dry, dry to wet. The fluctuation of these conditions is what causes bar rot. The fingers can become inflamed, raw, and prone to infection.

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There are numerous culinary forums and sites across the Internet that discuss bar rot at length, and it is evident that this is a widespread issue for those in the field.

The good news? Many customers have had success with Terrasil Anti-Fungal for bar rot. See what Sarah Green has to say, below:

“After suffering from a nail fungus/infection for more than 12 months and trying everything I could find from antibiotics to essential oils to salt water soaks and hydrogen peroxide soaks, finally after using twice daily as directed, the inflamed skin around my nail healed and now it’s just waiting for a new healthy nail to grow back. This stuffs amazing. I am a chef and so my hands are wet often and much hand washing etc. What are you waiting for? 90 day guarantee too!!”

So, what are you waiting for? Terrasil Anti-Fungal Ointment can ease your worries, so you can put out your best effort on the job.

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