Bar Rot Skin Infection
Bar Rot is a fungal infection of the cuticles that commonly affects bartenders. When bartenders are constantly mixing drinks and washing bar glasses, their hands are repeatedly transitioning from hot to cold, and from wet to dry. With these damp and fluctuating conditions, their fingers become inflamed, raw and highly prone to infection.
What are the symptoms of Bar Rot fungal infection?
Bar rot first presents as light swelling and redness around the fingernail, and usually develops into inflamed blisters, or pus-filled pockets under the skin. Because bartenders afflicted with bar rot are often unable to stop working while their fingers are healing, the condition persists and worsens, becoming extremely painful and unsightly.
How do you treat Bar Rot hands?
To treat bar rot skin infections, you need to eliminate the fungal infection and relieve cuticle inflammation so the skin can heal. Also, it is important to keep the affected areas as clean as possible during the healing process to prevent the infection from spreading to other fingers.
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‡ Out of customers who reported improvement within 1 to 7 days, the average time of improvement was 3.7 days. Expected product performance is based on customer experiences, as stated in customer feedback submitted over a seven-year period (as of September 4, 2012). Treatment times vary based on the size and severity of symptoms. * Based on fungal viability assay testing performed using a Becton Dickinson FACSCalibur™. We do not identify brand names as a competitive courtesy. Contact us for more details.