Fungisil is a Scam

Just do 5 minutes of googling and you’ll realize that Fungisil is a scam. It’s almost definitely made by the same people that make Zetaclear.

Why do I say it’s a scam?

  • The ingredient list has nothing but common, inexpensive ingredients like undecylenic acid (a good topical antifungal. Buy a lifetime supply for $20 at a health food store)
  • Crazy expensive, $40 for 0.5 oz. And that is a 2-4 week supply. You’ll need to treat for 3-6 months
  • Online marketing. Googling for “fungisil” finds loads of fantastic, glowing reviews that were obviously written by poor marketers and not users.
  • Lots of online marketing comparing Fungisil to Zetaclear. And no reviews of Fungisil to other antifungal topicals.

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There are many discussions about nail fungus going on on my blog. Search my blog for the word “fungus” for more.

6 Comments

  1. Buddy Eldorado says:

    For years I had fungal growth on many of my toenails. I tried tea tree oil and another
    similar oil from New Zealand all to no avail. Then I tried beer and vinegar… nothing.
    I finally found a topical solution to the fungal situation. If you get a bottle of
    Grapefruit seed extract [a citracide] and mix 40-50 drops in one ounce of rubbing alcohol
    and apply twice daily with an eye dropper you’ll get your nails back. It’ll take many
    months to grow your nails out and get rid of the fungus but it will work if you stick to
    the program. My nails were totally black or white and flaking. They are now clear. I
    still apply the solution once a day now to keep my nails from becoming re-infected. Best
    of luck.

    -Buddy

  2. lee says:

    Hey Buddy, thanks for the tip…. Grapefruit seed extract and rubbing alcohol. I’ve used straight-up grapefruit seed extract and it worked as well as any other topical (ie: Lamisil or vinegar)
    which is pretty good. It removes the surface infection but not the under the nail infection. I’ll try grapefruit seed extract and rubbing alcohol.

  3. Martha says:

    Hi Lee. Is this Funginix? What do you think of Funginix?i

  4. lee says:

    I hadn’t seen it before today but it’s pretty obvious that Funginix is a crock of scam.
    Their website is ridiculous. Let me count the crock of shit ways these scammers are trying to scam you:
    “FUNGINIX is the most sophisticated and complete topical treatment created to fight and eliminate the fungal infections” – Umm, no. It’s some guy in a basement. “Sophisticated”? To claim that means you spent millions on developing it. And if you spent millions developing it, you wouldn’t use the word “sophisticated”.

    “Only FUNGINIX has been thoroughly tested to guarantee that it kills fungus and will promote the restoration of healthy nails in a fungus-free environment” – What bullshit ad copy.

    The first “testimonial” starts out “This product is ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS!” First, what consumer ever uses the word “product”? Next, her mug shot is from iStockphoto.com.

    I could go on. Short form: scam.

  5. lee says:

    Oop, I’m sorry Martha. Yes, I had heard of Funginix before. I railed on it last year

  6. lee says:

    To help get some press, I wrote a post about Funginix.

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