The result of the fungal infection is often a thickened, yellow nail which may separate from the nail-bed (due to the hyperekeratosis) that allows dirt and dead cells to build up in the space between the nail and nail-bed resulting in an unpleasant odor.The low efficacy of ointments, gels and topical solutions can be attributed to the active antifungal agents in these treatments simply failing to penetrate the nail to reach the nail bed. In other words, the active ingredients are left on the nail surface and are unabe to attack the infection below the nail.From Switzerland comes a unique carrier-system that allows the soluble (pharmacologically) active antifungal agents to effectively penetrate the infected nail in order to transport them unchanged through the nail to the actual site of the infection, the nail-bed. This carrier-system has been patented.
The 'Nailesse' Solution in Treating Onychomycosis... The Doctor's Word for Toenail Fungus!
What is Onychomycosis?Onychomycosis is a fungal infection of finger and/or toenails; a distressing and surprisingly common problem. Although the human nail consists of keratin and is naturally tough in resistance, it remains susceptible to infection ...