7 Days Effective 3ML Fungal Nail Treatment Pen Anti Onychomycosis Cuticle oil Nail Infection Repairing Care Liquid
Watch Your Nail Fungus Vanish With The Internets Most Powerful Natural Nail Repair Cream.
Onychomycosis, commonly known as a “fungal infection of the nail”, is a nasty condition often exhibited by discolored yellowish, thickened nails. The infected nail is often separated from the nail bed. This condition is often embarrassing and takes a toll on anyone’s overall confidence.
The 100% Herbal Repair Pen is designed to kill fungus and eliminate fungal infections, redness, rashes, dryness and irritation. Containing Angelica Extract - a traditional plant which brings powerful anti-inflammatory analgesic effects.
This herbal remedy has been refined to produce an easy to use applicator pen with the concentrated benefits of medicines traditionally used for centuries. Within just a few days, the shiny natural appearance of the nail will return. Your brittle and fragile nails will regain elasticity, developing a beautiful natural shine.
100% Natural - no harsh chemicals which can irritate the fungal outbreak.
Unique Nail Penetrating Formula
Restores Brittle, Crumbly or even Ragged Nails to their Natural Shape and Texture.
restore the nails dark colour caused by debris build up back to a pinkish shine.
Eliminates the odour caused by fungal build-up of the affected nail.
SIMPLE APPLICATION, POWERFUL RESULTS:
Step 1) Clean the feet with warm water and allow them to dry naturally.
Step 2) Shake the bottle and brush an even coat onto the effected area
Step 3) Allow the herbal remedy to act on your nails for 10 minutes before touching.
Step 4) Reapply twice per day, once before bed, for maximum results.
Content - 15g
Main Ingredients - Glycerin, wheat protein, angelica extract
External use only
Keep out of reach of children
1. Gentle ingredients, skin friendly and no side effect.
2. Penetrate to the nail bed to kill the stubborn fungal, repairing damaged nail bed.
3. High penetration, no irritation, accelerate regrowth of nail or toenail.
4. Fast and effective treatment of onychomycosis. The effects are achieved quickly.
5. Small bottle, brush design, easy to carry and simply to use.
Anti Fungus Nail Liquid
Size: Approx. 12.5 * 1cm / 4.9 * 0.4in
Weight: Approx. 14 g
Anti Fungus, Nail Cell Regeneration, Accelerate Metabolism of Nails, Fast and Effective Treatment of Onychomycosis, etc.
3ML Fungal Nail Treatment Pen Onychomycosis Paronychia Anti Fungal Nail Infection Chinese Herbal
1x 3ml Anti Fungus Nail Liquid
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Fungal nail infection
Many people develop a fungal nail infection at some point in their life. It's not usually serious, but can be unpleasant and difficult to treat.
The infection develops slowly and causes the nail to become discoloured, thickened and distorted.
Toenails are more frequently affected than the fingernails.
The medical name for a fungal nail infection is onychomycosis.
Signs and symptoms of a fungal nail infection A fungal nail infection may not cause any obvious symptoms at first.
As it progresses, the infection can cause:
discolouration of the nail – it may turn white, black, yellow or green thickening and distortion of the nail – it may become an unusual shape or texture and be difficult to trim pain or discomfort – particularly when using or placing pressure on the affected toe or finger brittle or crumbly nails – pieces may break off and come away completely Sometimes the skin nearby may also become infected and be itchy and cracked or red and swollen.
How do you get a fungal nail infection? Most fungal nail infections occur as a result of the fungi that cause athlete's foot infecting the nails.
These fungi often live harmlessly on your skin, but they can sometimes multiply and lead to infections. The fungi prefer warm, dark and moist places like the feet.
You're more likely to get a fungal nail infection if you:
don't keep your feet clean and dry wear shoes that cause your feet to get hot and sweaty walk around barefoot in places where fungal infections can spread easily, such as communal showers, locker rooms and gyms have damaged your nails have a weakened immune system have certain other health conditions, such as diabetes, psoriasis or peripheral arterial disease Fungal nail infections can be spread to other people, so you should take steps to avoid this (see below) if you have an infection.
Treatments for fungal nail infections
Treatment isn't always needed for a mild fungal nail infection because it's unlikely to cause any further problems and you may feel it's not worth treating.
Whether you decide to have treatment or not, you should still practise good foot hygiene (see below) to stop the infection getting worse or spreading to others.
Speak to your GP or pharmacist if you're bothered by the appearance of the affected nail, or it's causing problems such as pain and discomfort. They'll probably recommend:
antifungal tablets – tablets taken once or twice a day for several months
antifungal nail paints – special paints applied directly to the nail over several months
nail softening kits – where a paste is used to soften infected parts of the nail, before they're removed with a scraping device
A procedure to remove the nail completely may be recommended in severe cases. Laser treatment, where a high-energy laser is used to destroy the fungus, is also an option. But this is only available privately and can be expensive.
Read more about treating a fungal nail infection.
Preventing fungal nail infections
You can reduce your risk of developing a fungal nail infection by:
keeping your hands and feet clean and dry
wearing well-fitting shoes made of natural materials and clean cotton socks – these will allow your feet to "breathe" clipping your nails to keep them short – don't share clippers or scissors with other people not sharing towels and socks with other people, and ensure your towels are washed regularly not walking around barefoot in public pools, showers, and locker rooms – special shower shoes are available to protect your feet replacing old footwear that could be contaminated with fungi treating athlete's foot as soon as possible to avoid the infection spreading to your nails
Nail salon equipment can sometimes be the source of fungal nail infections. If you regularly visit a salon, make sure any equipment used is properly sterilised between uses.