There is no specific place where one might get infected. Ringworm passes on through direct skin contact with an infected person. Most of the time public pool and locker rooms expose you to the infective fungi. Additionally, those who often share items that get in touch with skin like soap, towel, clothes with other people have a danger of developing the infection.
We always choose a soap that clean, moisturize and nourish the skin. Hand washing and taking regular shower is not enough, be sure to treat your skin every time with an antifungal soap. There are many bath soaps available for you but what could be better than a soap with tea tree oil and eucalyptus oil. These two natural components are well known for beating skin microorganisms.
Next time you buy a soap for yourself, do not forget to ask yourself, “Is it capable of preventing such skin infirmity!”.
Remember whatever you use on your skin makes a lot of difference.