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Curanail 5% Nail Lacquer Amorolfine Treatment gives you a once-a-week treatment for symptoms of nail fungus. It contains 5% of the active ingredient Amorolfine.
This pack contains:
- 2.5ml bottle (approximately 3 months’ supply) of lacquer
- Reusable applicators
Curanail comes in the form of a nail lacquer, or varnish, and only needs to be applied once a week. This combination of effectiveness and convenience, makes Curanail a first choice for over-the-counter treatments for mild nail fungi infections.
Triple action treatment
- Penetrates the nail for complete treatment
- Kills nail fungi
- Prevents fungus from spreading
Directions for use of Curanail 5% Nail Lacquer Amorolfine Treatment:
For each infected nail, Curanail involves a simple 3 step process:
Step 1: Prepare the nail
Using a new file, gently file down the infected areas of nail, including the nail surface. Protect any healthy nails while you are doing this so that you don't spread the infection.
CAUTION: Do not use the same nail file for infected nails and healthy nails, as this could spread the infection as well. To prevent the spread of infection take care that no one else uses the files from your kit.
Step 2: Clean the nail
Use one of the swabs provided to clean the nail surface. Do not throw the swab away as you will need it later to clean the applicator.
Step 3: Treat the nail
Dip one of the re-usable applicators into the bottle of nail lacquer. The lacquer must not be wiped off on the edge of the bottle before it is applied. Apply the nail lacquer evenly over the entire surface of the nail. Let the treated nail(s) dry for approximately 3 minutes.
Curanail should not be used by:
- Those aged under 18
- Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding
- Anyone who has ever suffered an allergic reaction to amorolfine or any of the other ingredients in Curanail
- Those with severe nail infections
- Those with an infection affecting more than two nails
If these apply to you, you should see a doctor or podiatrist. People with diabetes, a weak immune system or poor blood circulation should check with their doctor or pharmacist before using Curanail. Curanail comes in a pack containing a small bottle of lacquer, cleansing swabs, reusable applicators and nail files. Nails should be treated once a week.
Does Curanail have any side effects?
Fortunately side effects with Curanail are uncommon. Very rarely, there may be a slight burning sensation around the nails after application, but this soon wears off. When using Curanail you should not wear nail varnish or artificial nails as they may stop the treatment from working properly. Take care to avoid the lacquer coming into contact with eyes, ears, mouth or nose.