Excilor Anti-Fungal Nail Infection treatment is able to penetrate the nail and modify its microenvironment, making it hostile to fungal growth. The effects of Excilor are visible almost immediately as the infected part of the nail grows out.
Excilor treats nail fungal infection
- Clinically proven efficacy
- No side effects
- No filing required
- Complete penetration without damaging the nail
- One complete course of treatment
- Easy to use
It is important to start the treatment as soon as the first symptoms appear: the smaller the infected area, the shorter the period of treatment – and the faster the nail will regain its normal, healthy appearance.
Before each application, clean the nail and remove any traces of nail polish.
Use the pen-shaped applicator to coat the whole nail and the underside of the nail rim with the product.
Apply generously twice a day (once in the morning, once in the evening). For best results, treat the infected area for a minimum of three months. It is best to continue the course of treatment until the nail has recovered completely.
Allow the nail to dry (1 to 2 minutes) before putting on socks and/or shoes. (After each application, you can use your usual nail polish or lacquer, but don’t forget to remove the nail polish before the next treatment).
Make sure the applicator is fully closed after each treatment to prevent evaporation.
Use a nail clipper to trim the nail as soon as new growth appears.
The applicator contains sufficient product for 400 applications.
Recommendation: as your nails grow, make sure you cut them regularly with nail clippers.
Warnings & Disclaimers:
For external use only. Do not use in the eyes.
Always read the label. Use only as directed.
If there is no visible improvement in the nail as it grows back (after about one month of treatment), see your health care practitioner.
Acetic acid, ethyllactate, pentylene gycol, dimethyl isorbide, ammonio methacrylate, coplymer and water purified.
Excilor® is a Class IIa medical device, not a medicinal product. It does not have a pharmacological effect on the mycosis.
Its effect is based on a physical principle: the long-term acidification of the microenvironment around and under your nail.