Claripro is marketed as a product to eliminate nail fungus. It’s crap. Let me count the ways… Their website don’t say what is in the product because there is nothing useful in it. All of the claims on the site are specious: The site says “FDA Registered Company” which means nothing. “As advertised on MSN, CNN.com…” [...]
Results for fungus
I’m trying out a new nail fungus treatment tentatively called Coco Nail. It is from Biotectics. I’ve got nothing to say about it yet. We’ll see how it goes!
I’ve seen comments online and and did a little research on laser nail fungus treatments. I think a reasonable assessment would be: * expensive ($1-2k+) (though a friend told me their friend had both feet done for $275) * safe * 25% success rate, a bit lower success rate than prescription oral drugs. Many report [...]
In case you were thinking of trying Funginix, I would suggest that you not give those scamming scammers any money. Their website looks pretty but if you read it closely at all, you can see that they sound more like snake oil salesmen than sellers of a medical product. Their website is ridiculous. Let me [...]
Here is yet another followup post for my very popular and very useful “Nonyx Nail Gel” post. This topic has so many comments that it’s hard to sort through them, so here is another post. Before posting a question here, please check my other posts on nail fungus: Search my blog for the word “fungus”. [...]
I tried Fungavir for my persistent toenail fungus yuckiness. It’s “too good to be true” claims are too good to be true. The website offers vaguely worded claims that it has special ingredients that get under the nail where other products fail. It does not. It works about as well as any other topical antifungal [...]