Do you wear acrylic nails?. Do you love the attractive look they gave to your hands?. Have you had a sudden pain one day, a pain that started in one of your fingers and persisted for many days?. Have you removed the artificial nail to be totally shaken to discover that you had got acrylic nail fungus?.
Actually, there is nothing such as an acrylic nail fungus, because the fungus does not do anything to the artificial nail but grows under the natural nail. Your nail will become all discolored and become thick. It will look as if there were a lot of dirt under the whole nail.
You may not know where you got it, but as you read more about the infection, you will discover that the chances of getting fungal infection are higher when you wear acrylic nails. That’s because the moisture underneath the nail does not evaporate and combined with warm temperatures, gives an opportunity for the fungus to take root.
Acrylic Nail Fungus Treatment
The treatment is simple. Because I’ve had this happen to me and I know what to do, and I want to share it with you. Trim your nail carefully after removing the artificial nail. Then apply Zetaclear on the infected nail and surrounding skin.
You will be so happy when your nail heals. If you don’t use a good, reliable product like Zetaclear, a doctor may have to remove your nail, if the infection does not heal.
If you have an acrylic nail fungus, you must take care not to spread it to your other fingers as well as not to spread it to other people. Wash your hands carefully many times during the day. And avoid shaking hands with other people. You might take some oral medicines to prevent the fungus from spreading. A
It may take up to two months before your nail is healed fully and regains its natural shape. Zetaclear will heal it as quickly as possible. And you’ll see healthy new growth appearing.
I’ve used Zetaclear myself with fantastic results. W
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