Curanail 5% Nail Lacquer - 3ml

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  • Effective against mild fungal infections
  • Easy application
  • Once-a-week treatment
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  • Effective against mild fungal infections
  • Easy application
  • Once-a-week treatment
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Product Information
Curanail 5% Nail Lacquer is like a nail varnish, that can be used for up to 2 nails. It's effective against mild fungal infections that start at the tip of the nail and spread towards the base.
Description
Fungal infections occur deep within the nail, making them difficult to treat. That's why Curanail remains active in the affected area (and is watertight and soap-resistant) for up to a week. This gives its active ingredient (amorolfine) time to penetrate the nail bed, and target the source of the infection. Amorolfine works by stopping the production of ergosterol, an essential component of the fungal cell membrane. Without ergosterol, the cell membrane breaks down and the fungi are destroyed.
Usage
Adults over the age of 18 years: file the infected area of the nail(s) with a nail file (don't use the same nail file on healthy nails, as this could spread the infection). Dip a re-usable applicator into the Curanail bottle, and apply the lacquer over the infected nail(s). Let the treated nail(s) air-dry (this will take around 3 minutes). Repeat treatment once a week, until the infected nail(s) grow(s) out.
Ingredients
Contains active ingredient: Amorolfine 5% w/v.
Suitable For
Suitable For adults over the age of 18 years.
Cautions/Allergies
Keep out of the reach and sight of young children. Pregnant & breastfeeding women or those under 18 years of age should NOT use this treatment. Not suitable for use if more than two nails are infected. Do not use after the expiry date shown on the product packaging. If symptoms persist, seek medical consultation. Those with poor circulation or diabetes, should seek medical consultation.
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