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Funginix Review – Is it an Effective Nail Fungus Treatment?

With more than 35 million Americans infected by nail fungus, it is no big surprise that the market is filled with products with new ones added all the time. Granted, nail fungus will not kill you but it is unsightly so the desire to get rid of it is understandable. Funginix is not the newest product on the block. It was first released in 2008 as Fungisil by Sisquoc Healthcare Corporation but now flies under its new name on May 1, 2010. Albeit not the latest product the rave review from patients has made it a popular choice.

Sisquoc is not a new name in nail treatments or skincare so it was no great surprise when they announced their newest nail fungus product. The product contains 24 inactive ingredients and one active one. The active ingredient is a 10% solution of undecylenic acid. Although listed as inactive, don’t underestimate the benefits of the 24 other ingredients. It is this blend that has made the product so success full and generate the outstanding reviews. They (the ingredients) are in there for a reason and the product has no side effects, does have FDA approval, and even comes with a 60 day guarantee with your money back. That is not quite long enough for the worst cases but it is enough time for the average case.

The Healing

Of course no product will work on every body and Funginix is no different but what is the likelihood it will work for you? Well, in 6 to 12 weeks 80% of the customers reported having clear nails. That is beyond treated: that is basically cured. Even after only two weeks nearly half of the people using it reported improvement. Those are remarkable numbers for any product.

The Ingredients

Now of course undecylenic acid is the active ingredient but it to is a natural product produced by caster beans. Here it is used for its anti-fungal properties but it is also an antiviral. Between those two properties it has dozens of other uses as well. It can treat athlete’s foot, dandruff, and even some herpes simplexes. By it’s self it is a powerful medicine.

This, however, does not mean you should underestimate the inactive ingredient in Funginix like camphor and menthol. Menthol is an counter irritant. It also contains Tea tree oil, sweet almond oil, and oils from roses and jasmine. Some of these and others have homeopathic uses. These are used as a careful blend so as not to get an unwanted effect or to cause irritation.

The application of Funginix is very simple. For the most part it is applied with an included brush and then a cotton swab to get the cuticles (don’t want to forget those). It should be applied once in the morning and once in the evening. The treatment should last between 3 to 6 months. Even if it appears gone before the 3 months is done you should continue to apply it to make sure you have killed all the fungus.

With Funginix being so easy to use and with such good results, it is now time to take care of your name problem.

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  1. what is the flaky stuff that comes onto your nails when u play football..
    It is a whitish colour and kinda looks like a toothpasty colour with a hard texture.

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