Nail Fungus Products – Are They Worthy?
Since nail fungus made its appearance on Earth, people have tried many ways to get rid of it. Plants, surgeries, solutions, you name it. As certain solutions and medicines were discovered, and with the appearance of commerce, countless remedies were sold. This still happen nowadays. New products pops up once in a while in the market with an exclusive formula, but… are they worthy?
As with any industry, there are good, working products, and some others that are plain scams. Some products even promise to get rid of the fungus for good, but what they actually do is just fight the fungus in a very ineffective way. There are 2 things you need to know:
1.Nail fungus creams are not 100% effective by themselves. Creams are used as a complimentary treatment, alone they do very little. Doctors recommend use of creams along with pills for these reason, and months of using a cream will do not much for you.
2.There are proven pharmaceuticals that will help you get rid of fungus. I talked about pills before, they belong to the group of working nail fungus methods. These medicines will in fact, help you grow a new healthy nail. Oral treatment include the use of Itraconazole (Sporanox), Fluconazole (Diflucan) or Terminafine (Lamisil).
Of course if you prefer to go the natural way, the proven methods get a little blurry. Essential oils can help fight the fungus, but sometimes these so called “natural products” are produced without a proven formula. They’re made with presumable working herbs, but is never tested properly. In those cases when you’re not sure where to buy or not, you can find help in the web. Many people in forums and web pages have tried these products and you can talk to them, but keeping in mind that in some cases you will find people biased to certain products because they sell/promote them. If you have no idea what you’re doing, and even so; the best thing to do is consult a doctor or a specialist in holistic medicine. Bottom line is to stay informed and think about your health first.
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