Nail Fungus? Toenail Fungus? Yellow Nails? Onychomycosis?
Anti-fungal + Nail Penetrator = ThinNail
Why do I have thick and/or yellow toenails? Thick toenails are caused by trauma and/or a nail fungus, a fungal infection known as onychomycosis. Typical symptoms include thick, yellow nails.
Does ThinNail® treat nail fungus (aka onychomycosis)? Yes, ThinNail® has patented ingredients that will kill nail fungus and thin your thick nails.
How is ThinNail® different than other nail products? ThinNail® is able to penetrate through any thickness of toenail. ThinNail also contains calcium which is needed for healthy nails. ThinNail is only indicated for the nail, not the skin. ThinNail is powerful so most of the time, only one tube is needed.
How long does one tube last? It depends upon the thickness of the nail and how many nails are affected. Usually you will only need one tube.
When can I expect to see a change in my nail's appearance once I start using ThinNail®? You will start to see results in a matter of days!
How long do I use ThinNail®? Depends upon the thickness and severity of the fungus infection.
Why do I need to wear a Band-aid? Wearing a Band-aid helps obtain the quickest results to ensure ThinNail® is kept on the toe nail to work.
My friend told me she uses ThinNail® occassionally to prevent toenail discoloration and yellow nails. Why? Great idea! Since we are constantly damaging our nails from shoes, dropping things or applying nail polish, ThinNail® is also used as a preventative to keep your toenails healthy.
I heard that Vicks Vaporub® or vinegar are a natural nail fungus treatment, is this true? Unfortunately, No! These are old wive's tails or urban legends. The makers of Vicks debunked this myth in an article on Snopes.com (see the last paragraph), where they stated, "We do not recommend using VapoRub for the treatment of toenail fungus. Consult your doctor or pharmacist on the best treatment to meet your needs".
As for vinegar? It is an anti-fungal, but again, if it can't penetrate the nail, it won't work on your thick, fungus nail.
What do I do if I get some skin irritation? Until the irritation clears, stop using ThinNail® and soak in soap and cool water for 15 minutes. Once the irritation clears up, you may begin using ThinNail® again. If you have sensitive skin, you may only be able to use ThinNail® 2-3 x per week or less.
Do I need to remove my nail polish before applying ThinNail®? You do not have to remove the nail polish, but for the quickest results, it is recommended.
Can I still use ThinNail® if I am diabetic, have poor circulation or numbness of my toes? Yes, but under the supervision of a doctor.