Well, there's always also the RX route:
1) a more-or-less modern azole (itraconazole, fluconazole, or the wicked-expensive new stuff like voriconazole; not ketaconazole!)
2) a polyene (oral amphocetrin B or natamycin preferred, nystatin if you really cannot score anything else)
3) oral terbinafine
5) tea tree oil diluted with baby oil interspersed with the occasional use of any RX cream on affected skin (the RX is for "rotation" purposes, to keep from evolving a tea tree oil-resistant strain of fungi all your own)
6) zinc, magnesium, iodine, calcium, and D3 supplements
7) strict borderline ketogenic low-to-no carb diet
It's loosely based on the ideas of Fungal Focus' tripleRX plan by some Dr. Cranton dude (which you can read for free instead of buying the ebook by clicking its link and immediately stopping your browser before it forwards the preview to the "buy my book" order form 5 seconds later - hey, it ain't piracy if their web designer screwed up and let you see the whole thing!), but modernized by yours truly through experimentation, adding more modern generations of products, and dumping nystatin and ketaconazole for the resistance all modern fungi have built up to them over the years. Old antifungals, like old Antibiotics , just stop working on the general population after several decades. Sad but true!