Frequently Asked Questions
EmoniNail is formulated to kill nail fungus at its source with direct application to the infected nails. The EmoniNail treatment process aims for active nail penetration which allows the topical formula to pass through the nail plate and deliver powerful antifungal agents directly into the nail bed where the fungal infection has taken root. Once the live fungus is eliminated new, clear nails can grow back in place of the stained previously-infected nail mass.
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Topical solutions provide an incredibly straightforward and easy form of nail fungus treatment.
Unfortunately nail polish may reduce the effectiveness of EmoniNail by creating an additional barrier between the nail surface and the nail bed below (where the nail fungus lives).
Each case is different depending on the treatment’s ability to penetrate into your nail bed and the speed in which your body re-grows nails. If applied as directed it should take 2-6 weeks to eliminate the nail fungus.
New, clear nails will then be able to grow in behind the stained, deformed nails.
Here are a few things to consider that may help increase the effectiveness of your treatment:
1) Are you cutting and filing your infected nails, including the top surface of your nails? This is recommended to help reduce the infected nail’s mass and increase the treatment’s ability to penetrate below the nail (where the nail fungus lives).
2) When applying EmoniNail, do you apply liberally to the complete nail surface and the surrounding skin? Do you give the treatment enough time to air dry completely?
3) It is best to keep your feet as dry as possible as often as possible. Quickly dry them after bathing, change socks regularly, and wear shoes that allow for good airflow.
4) Have you observed any new nail growth behind the infected nail?
Remember that the treatment needs to penetrate the nail and access the nail bed below where the fungus lives. The treatment will kill fungus on contact. Once nail fungus is eliminated, new nails need to regrow in the place of the stained, previously infected, nails. If you have slow nail growth, treatment time may appear longer than the average.
If you are observing new clear nails growing in behind the stained, infected nails you can begin to reduce the frequency of applications.
As long as new nails continue to grow in clear you can continue to reduce application frequency until stopping completely.