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Excilor Fungal Nail Infection - How does it work?
Once they have established themselves under a toenail or fingernail, dermatophytes (fungi) feed on keratin, which is the substance that makes up the structure of the nail.
Left untreated, the nails condition will worsen and it will gradually change appearance: first white patches appear, then the nail turns yellow, starts to thicken, and eventually crumbles.
Excilor Fungal Nail Infection is able to penetrate the nail and modify its microenvironment, making it hostile to fungal growth. The effects of Excilor are visible almost immediately as the infected part of the nail grows out.
It is important to start the treatment as soon as the first symptoms appear: the smaller the infected area, the shorter the period of treatment and the faster the nail will regain its normal, healthy appearance.
Recommendation: as your nails grow, make sure you cut them regularly with nail clippers.
How long will it take to eliminate the fungus?
Exilor should be applied to the affected nail(s) twice a day until the nail has grown back as a normal, healthy nail, the patches and/or spots have disappeared and the nail is no longer thickened or brittle.
A nail only grows about 1.5 mm a month. Excilor not only makes the white/yellow patches on your nail disappear, but also more importantly it gets rid of the actual microorganisms (the dermatophytes, or fungi) which live under your fingernail or toenail. It can take several weeks to make all the microorganisms disappear.
Meanwhile the healthy nail grows back and if you regularly trim the nail using nail clippers, the discoloration will gradually vanish.
Do you have a fungal nail infection?
If you notice the presence of white spots or patches on your nail, or if the nail is turning yellow, growing thicker or becoming brittle, you probably have a fungal nail infection. Fungal nail infection (onychomycosis) is a progressive disease: if it is left untreated, the infection spreads.
To start with, you may only see white spots or patches on the nail. They only affect the cosmetic appearance of the nail: initially there is no pain. Gradually the fungus spreads throughout the nail. Unless it is treated, it can become (very) painful, and you run the risk of losing the nail permanently.
Contamination: dermatophytes (fungi) thrive in warm, humid environments. They can spread from one fingernail or toenail to another, and from one person to another. Environments with a high risk of contamination include: showers, changing rooms, trainers and sports shoes, socks, Turkish baths, etc.
If your nail is showing symptoms like the ones in the photographs below, you probably have a fungal nail infection.
Excilor Fungal Nail Infection Instructions:
Caution before using Excilor Fungal Nail Infection:
You should carefully read all product packaging and labels prior to use
Excilor Fungal Nail Infection Ingredients (INCl):
Ethyllactate, aqua (water) (7%), acetic acid, penetration enhancer, film-forming agent, preservatives (contains no parabens).
I`m delighted with this product which works very well for me. I also take NailMax Capsules along with the Excilor treatment, and I saw a noticeable improvement in my toenail in about a week. From time to time I also file away the dead bits of nail in order to keep things looking neat and tidy.
verry good product.you can see results quickly.still using it,but verry happy with the results so far.i will finish the recomendet course.