Toenail-Fungus.org's Top 5 Nail Fungus Products
Nail Fungus is an unsightly and extremely common condition. Many have either never dealt with it directly or were unsuccessful and still suffer from fungal infections. There are so many products, services and devices available it can be incredibly overwhelming to find a product right for you.
To help you take action, Toenail-fungus.org has compiled a list of the Top 5 nail fungus products available. We know that at first glance, many antifungal products seem similar. After conducting hundreds of hours of research and testing, we believe our reviews can make these important decisions easier. Each review digs deep into the products available, to uncover the differences and give you a more informed decision on your purchases.
At Toenail-Fungus.org we are the fungal nail resource designed to help consumers navigate and find their best solution to finally deal with nail fungus directly
A Fungal nail (Onychomycosis) is a fungal infection of tiny organisms (Tinea Unguium) that occurs in both fingernail and toenails – but typically associated more so with toenails than fingernails due to the harsher environment of shoes and greater exposure to infectious places (ex. gym floors, shower stalls).
Our nails act as extremely resistant barriers to this sort of infection. However, once a fungal infection has taken hold that barrier works against us and makes the infection difficult to manage. This is because the fungus lives under the nail and the nail acts as protection for the fungus.
Fungi will often cause the area around the nail to become red and irritated. Initially a fungus will take hold at the base or edges of the nail. Once the infection continues to spread you'll notice changes in your nail and nail bed. You may experience mild discomfort, itching, or perhaps even sharp pain around the cuticle which is the skin surrounding the nail. Bleeding may begin to occur and often detachment from the cuticle to the nail may result. The nail will begin a slow transformation to perhaps a yellow, brown, or white coloration. Nails will often become thicker and extremely brittle. You may experience discomfort when you put weight on any fungal infected nail.