Nail Fungus Treatment Bundle
Speed Nail Fungus Recovery with Naturasil Nail Fungus Bundle
1 - 15 ml bottle of Naturasil for Nail Fungus Liquid
1 - bar of Naturasil Nail Fungus Medicated Soap
Naturasil Nail Fungus Bundle treats nail fungus by deeply penetrating the fungus that is growing in and around your nail beds.
Naturasil for Nail Fungus Liquid is lipophilic, which means they absorb into your skin and begin combating the fungus right away. Combining with Naturasil Nail Fungus Medicated Soap helps speed the healing process by keeping nails and the skin around them clean and fungus free. Both products work to combat nail fungus, however, combining them helps to reduce healing time.
All Naturasil products are created with natural essential oils in our FDA registered facility. When using Naturasil Nail Fungus treatments, you do not have to worry about unwanted side effects that other nail fungus treatments could potentially cause.
1. Wash affected area thoroughly with Naturasil Nail Fungus Medicated soap. Dry area completely.
2 Apply Naturasil for Nail Fungus to the affected area 3-4 times per day. For best results, apply directly to the infected nail and into the infected nail bed.
Note: It can take several weeks to a few months to eliminate nail fungus infections due to the slow growth time of the nail. The nail must grow completely out, being free of nail fungus before it is completely healthy. If you do not continue treatment until the nail has fully grown out, the nail fungus may return. Also, some individuals may be sensitive to essential oils. Please, skin test for tolerability. If irritation or reaction occurs, discontinue use.
Q. Does it really work?
A. Naturasil for Nail Fungus has been effective for a number of our customers and we have a high approval rating and great reviews. Naturasil Nail Fungus Soap is formulated to help keep your nails clean and healthy. Customers who've used both products have been thrilled with the results.
Q. What exactly does Naturasil Nail Fungus Bundle do?
A. Naturasil for Nail Fungus assists in combating the fungal infection in and around the nail while Naturasil Nail Fungus Soap keeps the area clean and provides anti-fungal fighting power from both sulfur and lavender.
Q. How do I use Naturasil Nail Fungus Bundle?
A. After washing hands thoroughly with Naturasil Nail Fungus Soap, apply Naturasil for Nail Fungus to the infected areas of your nail with the convenient built-in applicator brush. Apply 3-4 times per day until the fungal infection is completely gone.
Q. How long until I see results?
A. The nail fungus should start to diminish in 2-3 weeks. It can take several weeks to a few months to eliminate a nail fungal infection due to the slow growth time of the nail. Remember, the nail MUST COMPLETELY GROW OUT free of nail fungus before it is completely healthy. If not, the nail fungus infection may return.
Q. In what form does Naturasil Nail Fungus Bundle come?
A. Naturasil For Nail Fungus is in liquid form and comes with a built-in applicator brush. And Naturasil Nail Fungus Soap comes in 4.5oz bar protected by its packaging.
Q. How do you properly store this product? What is the shelf life?
A. Store in a cool place out of direct sunlight such as a cupboard or closet. If stored correctly, Naturasil Nail Fungus Bundle has a shelf life of 2 years.
Q. How long does this bottle last?
A. Naturasil Nail Fungus Bundle should last approximately 30 days depending on usage.
Q. Can I take if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?
A. Ask a doctor before use if pregnant or nursing.
For any other questions please refer to our FAQs or call toll free 866-371-2499
The soap has totally taken away the fungus. The nails are going to take awhile but I can already see a big difference. * (Verified Purchase - Review Imported From Previous Shopping Cart - Posted by Jacob M. on 8th Nov 2012)
this really works
This is the first fungal med I have found that really works. I have recommended to a friend and will continue to use it. * (Verified Purchase - Review Imported From Previous Shopping Cart - Posted by Helen Hough on 13th Nov 2012)