What is nail mycosis?
Nail mycosis is also known as a fungal toenail infection. It is hard to treat and not easy to prevent.
What causes nail mycosis?
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.
How do I treat it?
This product has been shown to be highly effective in treating nail mycosis. It helps a new nail grow free of infection, slowly replacing the infected part. The addition of glycerin and a specially formulated technique enhances the healing action. Tea tree oil works effectively against bacteria and fungus. Jojoba oil restores the natural balance of the skin by keeping it hydrated and works antibacterial. This product does not contain any water.
First, have a professional file the nail down. Apply a few drops to the nail and gently massage in. The nail will become softer again and will ultimately grow normally clear again.
Use twice a day, preferably after showering and before you go to bed. Come back to your professional after 6 weeks to file the nail down again. Use two times a day once more. Visible results after 10-12 weeks. Consistency is the key to success.
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