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Fungal and discoloured (toe)nails
Nail mycosis is also known as a fungal toenail infection. It is hard to treat and not easy to prevent. 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 barefooted such as spas or saunas.
Peeling and itchy skin
Athlete’s foot occurs when the tinea fungus grows on the feet. Usually this is between the toes and the soles. The fungus is incredibly contagious. It can be contracted by physical contact or touching surfaces that have been contaminated. Typically, those places are hot and moist, such as public showers or surfaces around swimming pools. The fungus doesn’t just look bad. It can itch so badly. Scratching it offers short term relief, but also damages the skin and causes pain and discomfort. To make matters worse, scratching your skin can help the fungus spread at record speed.
Cracked feet often occur as a result of dry skin on the feet. Heel fissures generally appear on the back of the heel and usually affect both feet, causing you considerable discomfort and even insecurities due to its appearance. Don’t worry, we can help you! Imperial Feet’s Fissure Balm gets deep into the fissures of your heels and improves the moisture of your feet.
Corns and Calluses
Corn and calluses is a response our body creates due to an excess of friction and/or pressure in determined areas. They appear with the intent to protect the skin from this external aggression.
Usually, they are formed in the superior and lateral parts of our feet and in between our toes. They are thick, dry layers with a rough texture that cause pain when pressure is applied to them or when walking.
Hard and rough skin
Dry skin is caused by a reduction in sebaceous gland function. With (extremely) dry feet, the skin is rough and may be flaky and sensitive. Dry skin can be itchy, tense and extra vulnerable in places where there is a high risk of creases and fissures.
Our feet are exposed to different climates throughout the day and this leaves the feet completely vulnerable to fungus, bacteria and sweat. All these factors may cause smelly feet. To reduce or eliminate foot odor, it is recommended to include Foot Deo Spray by Imperial Feet in your personal hygiene routine. There is a cure for smelly feet! Restore healthy looking feet and strengthen your defenses against bacteria very quick and without any effort.
How do I use my product?
You can find the intructions on the specific page for your product. The section is called “How to use”. You have to click on the tab.
Will it treat severe fungus nails?
Yes, but the treatment will take longer. Signs of improvement varies from 3 or 4 weeks to even 4 months.
How long will it take before I start seeing results with Nail Mycosis Solution?
Our product helps your ‘new’ nail to grow healthy, but it also helps looking better during the progress, but it really depends on the severeness of the fungal infection. This varies from 3 or 4 weeks to even 4 months.
If you use the solution very consistent 2x a day and file the surface of the nail 2x a week it will give the results you expect to see.
When will I start seeing results with Athlete's Foot Solution?
After 4-7 days you will start noticing visible results. The skin dries up and the itchiness disappears.
What are the active ingredients in Athlete's Foot Solution?
The active ingredients are Nipaguard PO5 and Almond Oil.
Are they any side effects by using Nail Mycosis of Imperial Feet?
Because we use natural ingredients there shouldn’t be any side effects, unless you seem to be allergic to one or more of the ingredients, but this hardly ever is the case.
Any recommendations to treat/prevent fungus?
Washing your socks and sheets at 60 degrees also helps.
Can I use Nail Mycosis during pregnancy and/or breastfeeding?
The Nail Mycosis Solution contains only natural ingredients and no chemicals. Still, we always recommend to start after your pregnancy and after breastfeeding. Just to make sure. For more information please consult your doctor.