Why is nail fungus so hard to get rid of?
Nail fungus, also known as onychomycosis, is caused by a variety of fungal organisms, including dermatophytes, yeasts, and molds. These types of fungi thrive in warm, moist environments, which can make it difficult to get rid of them once they infect the nails.
The nails themselves also provide a natural barrier that can make it difficult for topical treatments to penetrate and effectively eliminate the fungus. At the same time, nails grow slowly, which means that it can take a long time for a new, healthy nail to replace one that has been infected. This all together is the reason why it is important to file the top surface of the nails during the Nail Mycosis treatment 2 to 3 times per week.
Another reason why nail fungus can be hard to get rid of is that the fungus can infect not only the nails themselves but also the skin around the nails, which makes it difficult to keep the area clean and dry. When there are underlying medical conditions such as diabetes or peripheral arterial disease, it may make people more susceptible to fungal infections and slow down the healing process.
With the Imperial Feet Nail Mycosis you’ll notice improvements within 3 weeks in general when using the product correctly. This means applying it 2 times per day and filing the nails regularly. You’ll notice your nail to grow back healthy.
It's also important to note that prevention is key, avoiding situations that make your nails wet and moist for prolonged periods can help lower the risk of infection and always try to keep your nails trimmed, clean and dry. The infection will spread in your shoes and is able to stay alive for over a year due to the damp environment. Using the Foot Deo Spray will help you to keep your feet as dry as possible during the day, while the Shoe & Sock Spray will kill the fungal in your shoes and socks.
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