If you have a Candida infection of the skin and live in the tropics, my recommendation is to not drink alcohol every day. That recommendation holds for any environment, not just a tropical climate. Alcohol is going to create a problem when you are living in a tropical region. Alcohol is quite warming for the body, and you are already living in a hot environment. Just imagine what alcohol is going to do to your digestive system.
After cutting back on alcohol, my next recommendation is to use tea tree oil products on your skin. Tea tree oil soap and shampoo are excellent when you live in the tropics. Both should help your skin infection significantly.
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Next, it makes sense to look at internal treatment options. You may first want to do a stool test to see what type of bugs you got in your gut to determine the best course of action.
I recommend using CanXida Remove, Restore, and Rebuild, for managing Candida skin infections while living in the tropics. Take two each of Remove and Restore each day. Take one Rebuild per day for the long-term.
The combination of reducing alcohol, using tea tree oil products, and improving your digestive health with CanXida products should go a long way towards treating the skin Candida.