Fungal Nail Repairing Treatment
Toenail fungus isn't a pressing health problem. Yet a fungal infection can ruin the appearance of your nails and cause pain as it lifts the nail away from the nail bed. And fungal infections are notoriously difficult to get rid of.
Stop Fungus - Clinically proven fungal nail treatment improves the nail appearance. A visible improvement can be seen within a few weeks.
Highly Effective - Quick, visible improvements can be achieved within 2-4 weeks. Recommended period of use is approx. 4-12 weeks, yet depends on the degree of the fungal infection.
Natural & Safe - Fungal nail treatment helps to restore the healthy appearance of discolored or damaged nails, such as brittle and splits caused by toenail fungus (onychomycosis). Safe to use.
Drops instead of swabs, so there's zero contact (recontamination) between nail fungus and product.
Nail fungus can be incredibly persistent, and gets worse over time. One of the most common causes is a type of fungus called dermatophyte. This can often be spread through the use of communal showers such as at gyms or places where people walk around barefoot such as spas or saunas.
Drop onto or under the infected nail, depending on the amount of the nail infected. If there is visible space between the nail-bed and then nail - then apply underneath.
The recovery period depends on the growth and degree of damaged nails and can, therefore, take different lengths of time.
Directions: File the nail down as thin as possible. The liquid has to go through to the toenail to reach the nail bed. You can do this with an electric file or a hand file. Make sure to disinfect the file after. Drop the solution twice a day to all toenails, not just the infected toenail(s). The infection can easily spread to other nails. Make sure the nozzle doesn't touch the nails. With consistent use, you will notice results after 2-3 weeks! Keep treating until the nail has grown out healthy again.
Ingredients: Vitex Negundo, tinea albicans, Cercis Chinensis, Cortex Pheliodendri, Nitric Acid, Miconazole, Ketoconazole
How to protect your toenails
Whether you're trying to clear up a fungal infection or hoping to avoid getting one, the following can help.
- Wear socks that wick away perspiration. Although it seems counterintuitive, acrylic is much better at carrying off moisture than cotton.
- Use antifungal foot powder daily.
- Avoid shoes that keep your feet from breathing or that press on your nail.
- Wear sandals or flip-flops in shower rooms at gyms or pools to avoid infection.
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