Emtrix Fungal Nail
£19.99 inc VAT
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Emtrix® is an easy to use, topical formula clinically proven to eliminate fungal nail infections and improve nail health and appearance.
Developed in Sweden, Emtrix’s unique formula utilises three active elements to normalise thickened, deformed nails and reduce discolouration whilst eliminating fungal infections and psoriasis without the need to file.
Active Ingredients of propylene glycol, lactic acid and urea work together to create a four-in-one formula which works to quickly and efficiently restore your nails to full health.
- Keratolytic Properties
Lactic acid and urea soften and gently peel away the damaged layer of the nail, reducing discolouration and improving the nail’s appearance.
Emtrix alters the nails microenvironment making it impossible for fungus to thrive.
Emtrix binds moisture to the nail, eliminating dryness and brittleness, resulting in a healthier, more natural appearance.
Emtrix’s unique formula penetrates deep into the nail, healing and hydrating the whole nail, not just the outer layer.
Easy to Use
For maximum effectiveness, Emtrix should be applied to the affected nail once per day as part of your bedtime routine. Results will be visible after 2-4 weeks. Continue the treatment until a normal, healthy nail has grown out, which can take from 3-6 months.
Clinically Proven Results
Emtrix has been tried, tested and proven across several studies including over 500 patients.
After 8 weeks 9 out of 10 participants reported that their nails had become less thickened, less discoloured and less brittle.
Clinical trials also reported that Emtrix destroyed the nail fungus it was tested against, proving Emtrix’s effectiveness.
Directions for Use
How To Use Emtrix
Emtrix is easy to use and there is no need to file the nail as part of the treatment. Emtrix is applied once a day to the discoloured/deformed nail. For Emtrix to work better, it is a good idea to make the treatment a routine at bedtime.
Hold the point of the tube onto the nail and press lightly.
Apply a thin layer over the entire nail surface, including under the free edge of the nail.
Leave to dry for a few minutes.
Duration of treatment varies according to the initial severity of the condition and the extent of the nail s discolouration/damage. It normally requires at least 3-6 months treatment to achieve a significant improvement, but visible results can often be seen after only 2-4 weeks. For optimal result, the treatment should be continued until a normal nail has grown out.
Store between 2° and 25°C. Protect from sunlight and freezing.
For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes or mucous membranes. Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. Keep out of reach of children.
Nail fungus is a common problem that increases as you age. Diagnosis is made by a doctor with the help of culture or microscopy and many people have nail fungus without knowing it. The condition, which is contagious, starts in one nail and gradually spreads to more nails. It is usually the nails on the feet that are affected but fungus on fingernails can also occur. Nail fungus thrives best in warm, damp environments. Visiting places where people gather, such as swimming pools, public showers and changing rooms, can involve a risk of infection. Warm and tight shoes also help the fungus to thrive. Nail fungus is, therefore, very common among sportsmen with as many as 8 out of 10 being affected.
Nail Fungus Symptoms
The fungus grows slowly and often displays slight symptoms to begin with. Nail fungus is characterised by the nails layers becoming ridged and brittle. The nail gradually becomes discoloured, thickened and cracks or flakes off. The infected nail can fall off if it is not treated. Nail fungus can, in certain cases, be painful.
Psoriasis can occur on several parts of the body. Around 80 % of all those with psoriasis also have nail problems (nail psoriasis). The most common nail changes are discolouration and small holes/pits in the nail. The nails can also thicken and loosen from the nail bed. Occasionally, it can be difficult to ascertain whether these nail changes are caused by psoriasis or by, e.g., nail fungus.