What types of organic nail treatments area available to me?
There are few organic products which can be ordered online. Some of the products are Nail-RX Nail Fungus Treatment, Nail Fungus Treatment Kit Part II, Fungus Treatment for Finger, Varisi Toenail and Fingernail Fungus Treatment, Orly Nail Polish Fungus MD Nail Treatment and No Miss Fungus Killer for Hands and Feet.
What do the treatments involve?
Nail-RX Nail Fungus Treatment
Using pure essential oils such as tea tree oil, lavender, lemon grass and clove oil, Nail-RX treats nail fungus naturally. The product is applied to the nails two to three times a day for treatment.
Nail Fungus Treatment Kit Part II
Using base oils such as olive oil and coconut oil, other ingredients include Neem Seed oil, Karanja oil and tea tree oil along with rosemary, eucalyptus, peppermint and lavender. The Nail Fungus Treatment Kit Part II works by applying the nail softener and then the nail oils to the infected areas twice a day.
Varisi Toenail and Fingernail Fungus Treatment
Varisi is 100% natural and is applied to the infected areas twice a day for three weeks.
Orly Nail Polish Fungus MD Nail Treatment
Specially formulated to eliminate fungus Fungus Clear and bacteria. This product is registered by the FDA and is supposed to have a maximum strength formula which also prevents fungus from spreading. It is applied with a dropper application and can be used on the hands and feet.
No Miss Fungus Killer for Hands and Feet
No Miss is applied twice a day and is supposed to be used for ringworm of the hands and feet.
Do organic treatments really work?
Though there is a lot of information put out by product manufacturers suggesting that organic products are effective, it remains to be seen whether or not they are effective for everyone. My research has shown that the results vary per person and depending on what type of fungal infection the person is afflicted with.
What if the organic treatment I’m using isn’t working?
If the treatment isn’t working, you should try something else. If you haven’t already, you should obviously seek the medical advice of your physician who can come up with a safe and manageable treatment plan to treat your fungal infection.
If I buy treatment online, is it safe?
Spending money online is always a tossup. Be sure to do your research and check into money back guarantees. Just because it’s being sold online, doesn’t necessarily mean it won’t work, but buy with extreme caution.