Yet another over the counter treatment for nail fungus, Funginix, has joined the multitude of other products that claim to cure this rather common albeit annoying health condition.
It is certainly no secret that toenail fungus is extremely stubborn and traditional, prescription medication hasn’t had much success in terms of a treatment or cure for the millions who must cope with the condition. But, does Funginix stand out from all the other products available and could it really be a viable alternative to prescription medications and their side effects?
What You Should Know About Funginix
Although the brand name is new, Funginix has actually been available as Fungisil since July 2008 and was rereleased under this new name on May 1, 2010. In the few short years it has been on the market Funginix has gained quickly in popularity as many consumers are now recommending it as their treatment of choice.
Funginix was developed by The Sisquoc Healthcare Corporation, a reputable healthcare company who is well versed in the field of nail fungus as well as skin care and beauty products. The topical treatment contains a total of 24 inactive ingredients known for their antifungal properties, one active ingredient (undecylenic acid, USP 10%) and no harsh chemicals.
Funginix has been approved by the U.S. FDA (Food & Drug Administration) for treating nail fungus and it causes no side effects and also comes along with a 60 day, no questions asked, money-back guarantee.
How Funginix Works
Funginix, or Fungisil, is one of the top selling OTC toenail fungus treatments in terms of its effectiveness and its stellar customer satisfaction rates. According to our research, an impressive 80% of consumers thus far have reported clear, fungus-free nails after 6 to 12 weeks of treatment while 40% noticed improvement after a mere two weeks.
Even those with the most severe cases of nail fungus state that their problem was solved within three to six months after using Funginix and the company’s customer service record also receives rave reviews.
The ingredients used to create Funginix include a combination of proven anti-fungal agents that have undergone extensive testing to determine their efficacy along with natural, essential oils and herbal extracts used to sooth the irritated skin and nails.
Some of the inactive ingredients you will find within Funginix include camphor, menthol, vitamin E, bearberry extract, and the essential oils jasmine, lavender, rose hip, sweet almond, and tea tree. All 25 ingredients in Fungisil are blended together in therapeutic dosages, as opposed to the bevy of home remedies that recommend using only one all natural ingredient such as tea tree or oregano oil. The benefit of carefully blending these ingredients is that they are brought to their absolute maximum effectiveness to fight nail fungus infections while neutralizing any possible irritation or allergic reaction.
Funginix is incredibly easy to use and is applied directly to the infected nails twice daily allowing the topical solution the chance to attack the fungus that has invaded the nail bed. The hands, feet and nails should always be kept clean and dry before applying Funginix.
Using the included brush applicator, apply Funginix to the affected nails in the morning before putting on socks or shoes and then again in the evening before bedtime. The applicator should be used for working the solution under the nail bed and you can use a cotton swab for applying it to the cuticles.
The suggested length of treatment for completely killing all nail fungus is three to six months according to the severity of the infection although you may see a marked improvement in the appearance of your nails long before then.
What You Can Expect from Funginix
Although there are no clinical studies available on Funginix in regards to its effectiveness our consumer research showed a satisfaction rate that is head and shoulders above most products on the market and it put this product in the rather short list of effective treatments to consider. And while no product or treatment can guarantee that everyone who uses it will be rid of fungus forever, the vast majority of Funginix users do say their toenail fungus problem has been cured.
In conclusion, Funginix, the formerly named Fungisil, definitely has an established track record and a solid reputation as being an effective means of eradicating toenail fungus. This is definitely good news for nail fungus sufferers but they should remember that Funginix is not the only option to consider before starting treatment. When you decide to treat your nail fungus it is still best to fully explore all of your options and educate yourself on the most current information regarding this irritating but relatively harmless condition before proceeding with any type of treatment.