Nail fungus is extremely common, affecting 20% of the general population and 3 in 4 people over the age of 60.
Nail fungus is transmittable, so be sure to wear sandals when walking in a public shower or locker room.
Left untreated, nail fungus can lead to other health complications like foot pain, loss of toenails, and widespread infection.
Nail fungus, like many infections, is most effectively treated with an oral medication.
Topical prescription medicine can work as a standalone treatment or as a supplement to oral medication to clear your nails faster.
The combination of both oral and topical medication is proven to be the most effective treatment* for nail fungus.
Begin your treatment. Consistency is key. Take your medication as instructed daily.
You could see noticeable improvement in just 3 months.
As treatment continues, your nails will begin to clear and strengthen.
Depending on your nail growth, your nail fungus could be gone in 9-12 months.
When used together, the combination of oral and topical medications are 89% effective in treating and curing toenail fungus.
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*Exceptions May Apply.