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Onychomycosis (on-i-ko-mi-ko-sis) is the medical term for nail infections that can be caused by fungi, mold, or yeast that results in thickening, roughness, and splitting of the nails. Nail fungal infections may be painful and may spread to the neighboring nails next to the affected nail(s) with antifungal agents.
NovaNailPLUS® is Effective! NovaNailPLUS® contains two powerful, natural antifungal agents. Laboratory tests show NovaNailPLUS®'s special formula penetrates into the nail bed stopping the fungal infection.
NovaNailPLUS® is Easy to Use! Unlike other topical antifungals that must be applied once or twice (2 times) daily, NovaNailPLUS® is applied just twice (2 times) weekly.
NovaNailPLUS® is Safe! NovaNailPLUS® is made with natural antifungal ingredients. NovaNailPLUS® does not require you to undergo laboratory tests to determine its safety in use. NovaNailPLUS® does not contain formaldehyde, does not contain DBP and does not contain toluene; which are three potentially harmful agents.
This product was created by doctors using natural ingredients that promote good nail health.*
NovaNailPLUS® is recommended for anyone with onychomycosis, a superficial nail fungus and is formulated with a chemical vehicle which aids in the penetration of the antifungal agents into the nail keratin.
NovaNailPLUS® contains a proprietary combination of two powerful, natural antifungal agents. NovaNailPLUS®'s special formula penetrates into the nail bed, thereby stopping the fungal infection!
NovaNailPLUS® can also be used as a preventative measure after treatment or to prevent against developing nail fungus and can be safely used alone or in conjuntion with a prescribed oral medication.
Nail fungal infections may be painful and may spread to the neighboring nails next to the affected nail. To stop onychomycosis, it is necessary to treat the affected nail(s) with antifungal agents.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Patent pending.