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Miaderma Fungal Nail Treatment

By Miaderma
Miaderma Fungal Nail Treatment
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Miaderma Fungal Nail Treatment

By Miaderma

Benefits

  • Kills fungus in just 20 seconds
  • Contains soothing essential oils
  • Suitable for vegans and vegetarians

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Description

At your work desk, eating out at restaurants, browsing at the shops – our hands are always on show.

So when a fungal nail infection strikes, it is not just uncomfortable and unsightly, it can be a little embarrassing too.

Thankfully help is at hand in the shape of Miaderma Fungal Nail Treatment containing ISK1320®, also known as the Instant Killer.

Helping to kill off fungus and keep other nails from becoming infected, this treatment supports good nail health, helping finger or toenails to get back to their fungus-free, natural and beautiful state, fast.

What is a fungal nail infection?

Much like bacteria, fungi are naturally present in and on most parts of the body and normally they are nothing to worry about.

However there are times when a fungus begins to overgrow and that is when you might develop an infection.

In the case of your nails, whether toes or fingers, this is known as onychomycosis or tinea unguium and it can develop on, beneath or around the nail.

The same fungi that can cause athletes foot or ringworm can cause a nail infection and it is most likely to develop in warm, moist conditions.

This means a toenail fungus is more likely to overdevelop and become an infection than an infection in or around the fingernails, especially if your feet tend to sweat a lot and your trainers tend not to dry out between uses.

A fungal nail infection will usually develop after contact with someone else who has one. It can also be the result of sharing nail tools such as emery boards or nail clippers.

This is why it is always important to check the hygiene standards of a salon before enjoying a manicure or pedicure.

Older people and those with circulatory conditions or diabetes are at higher risk of developing a nail fungus.

People who wear false nails are also more likely to develop an infection and having an injury in or around a nail is a risk factor for an infection too.

What are the signs of a nail infection?

You will usually be able to tell when a fingernail or toe fungus develops into an infection.

The nail will become distorted or thickened and brittle and it will probably begin to lift away from the nail bed.

A fungal nail infection is normally odorous too, so you will quickly notice an unpleasant smell lingering around your hands or feet.

In most types of nail infections, white or yellow spots or streaks will appear on the nail and in some cases the nail itself will begin to peel or crumble.

How can Miaderma help my fungal nail infection?

Miaderma’s nail fungus treatment penetrates into the surface of the nail, employing ISK1320 to help kill off fungi within 20 seconds.

It also contains essential oils, including tea tree oil, an ingredient thought to be antibacterial and often used to aid fungal or bacterial issues.

Using a fingernail or toenail fungus treatment such as Miaderma Fungal Nail Treatment can help prevent an infection spreading to other nails.

If used until the affected nail has completely grown out, it may also stop the fungal infection from returning.

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Ingredients

Full ingredients

Aqua, Ethoxydiglycol, ISK-1320®, Pentylene Glycol, Alcohol Denat., Tridiceth-9, PEG-40 Hydrogentated Castor Oil, Benzyl Alcohol, Malaleuca Alternifolio Leaf Oil, Lmonene, Glycerin, Natilact, Propylene Glycol, PVP, Xanthan Gum, Eucalyptus Globulus, Lavandu

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Directions:

Apply the product to the affected nail twice or three times a day until the nail has grown out.

Advisory information:

For external use only; Keep out of the reach of young children. Not suitable for babies and todlers. Avoid contact with the eyes and mucous membranes. In the event of oversensitivity, stop using Miaderma Fungal Nail treatment liquid. Consult your doctor i

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FAQs

What is the best way to treat fungal nail infection?

As soon as you start to see the first signs of fungal nail infection, you should use a toenail fungus treatment such as Miaderma Fungal Nail Treatment on the affected nails.  

It is proven to be effective and efficiently treats the moulds that cause fungal nails.  

Miaderma has a unique formula which contains ISK1320, an ingredient also known as the “instant killer”.  

This ingredient penetrates deep below the entire surface of the nail and ensures that fungus is killed within 20 seconds. It also stops other nails becoming infected and helps prevent the toe fungus returning.  

Simply apply the liquid using the brush to the affected area two or three times each day until the affected nail has grown out. 

Miaderma also contains essential oils which leave your skin and nails feeling nourished and soothed. 

If your infection has not cleared up after trying a toenail fungus treatment, or it becomes more serious, then you should seek medical advice. 

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What causes a fungal nail infection?

As well as various bacteria, fungi are usually always present both in and on the body and do not normally cause any harm.  

However, an infection is caused when this fungus begins to overgrow. Toenail fungus can get between the toenail and the nail bed, through cracks or cuts. 

When your feet are constantly warm and damp, fungal nail infections can develop.  

If you have hot, sweaty feet or wear trainers for a long time, you are more likely to develop an infection. They are also more common as you get older.

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What is a fungal nail infection?

Fungal nail infections, sometimes known as onychomycosis or tinea unguium are common.  

It is estimated that they affect 1 in 10 people, with the number jumping up to 2 in 10 for people over the age of 70.  

They are not serious but it may take you a long time to get rid of them and they usually affect the toenails or fingernails, although they can occur anywhere in the body. 

Fungal nail infections usually start at the edge of the nail, as a white or yellow spot, before spreading across the nail. The nail may turn a white to yellow-brown colour and become thicker in parts. 

The nail may then start to lift away from the nail bed and become brittle. Some pieces of the nail may break off, causing swelling and pain in the skin around the nail from where it is digging in.  

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Is fungal nail infection contagious?

Yes, fungal nail infection can be contagious. It can spread from person to person by direct contact and you can also get it from touching infected surfaces.  

You can get toe fungus from walking around a swimming pool or using a communal shower, if these surfaces have been infected. 

Toenail fungus can also easily spread to other toenails, the skin between your toes, your groin area and your scalp.  

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Is Miaderma Fungal Nail Treatment vegan?

Yes, Miaderma Fungal Nail Treatment is suitable for use by both vegans and vegetarians as it does not contain any ingredients which are derived from animals. 

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