Key Ingredients

Ingredients found in NailMax™


Lactobacillus acidophilus also known as L. acidophilus and Bifidobacterium Breve, Longum & Infantis are all "friendly" bacteria which help to increase the amount of good bacteria in the intestines and defend against harmful bacteria, which in turn helps to reduce the risk of fungal infections. Lactobacillus acidophilus helps maintain an acidic environment, preventing bad bacteria from causing disease. It is often called a probiotic. Lactobacillus acidophilus is used as a supplement to help restore healthy levels of bacteria within the body.

L. acidophilus usually lives in the intestinal and vaginal tracts. In the intestines, L. acidophilus discharges lactic acid, hydrogen peroxide, acidolphilin, acidolin, bacteriocin and lactocidin which are all elements that make the environment hostile to invading microorganisms or destroy those organisms directly.

Vitamin A

Necessary to help regulate the immune system. Vitamin A is specifically helpful in the fight against nail fungus as it helps ensure the reliability of the skin and other mucous membranes to maintain an effective barrier to bacteria, viruses, and fungal infections. Therefore, healthy vitamin A levels can make a positive difference in the case that you should be exposed to nail fungus.

Vitamin C

Essential for proper immune function and possesses significant antioxidant properties that help protect the immune cells from the harmful effects of free radicals formed as a result of various metabolic processes in the body thereby help fight fungal infections. Vitamin C also helps keep your nails hydrated.

Vitamin E

An amazing vitamin known for its versatility. It has endless health benefits, among which are its ability to do great things for nails. It actively helps to improve the quality and texture of your nails by increasing the blood circulation, thus enhancing the amount of blood flowing through the nails. This vitamin is capable of helping you with all sorts of nail problems, such as dryness and brittle nails.


Is an alternative word for seaweed and is identified as ascophyllum nodosum. It is packed with nutrients and is a great source of essential vitamins. Kelp is a type of seaweed that grows in cold seawaters of the northern Atlantic and Pacific oceans and the North and Baltic seas. The absence of intense sunlight permits the algae to grow and thrive, forming large concentrations of nutrients. Scientific research has shown that seaweed may contain at least 25 different vitamins and provides a boost of iodine for people who may be slightly deficient.