Mycocide


by Woodward Laboratories
Mycocide Nail Solution - nail fungus treatment
Not Rated

Chief Editor's Mycocide Review:

This is certaintly something you may want to consider in your fungal treatment. It's also easily available in your local phamacies or online. Some of the packages come with a complete grooming kit to accompany the treatment regimen. Users experienced a "mixed bag" when it came time to review this product.
Key Product Information
  • Kills Fungus in the Nailbed
  • High Power Fungus Treatment
  • Doctor Recommended
  • Approved Diabetes Patients
  • Can Be Used With Polished Nails
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Price: $12.99

Treatment Information


Treatment Type: Over-The-Counter Topical Treatment
Active Ingredients: Tolnaftate (1%)
Other Ingredients: Water , Capric/Caprylic Triglyceride , Isopropyl Palmitate , Polyquaternium 37 , Propylene Glycol , Dicaprylate/Dicaprate , PPG 1 Trideceth 6 , Cocamidopropyl Betaine , Cocamidopropylamine Oxide , Phemerol Chloride , Cetrimonium Chloride , Allantoin (Comfrey Root) , Didecyldimonium Chloride , Quaternium 15
Side Effects / Safety: Safe
Reported Effectiveness:


Product Info


Full Product Name: Mycocide NS Clinical Antifungal Treatment
Company: Woodward Laboratories
Official Return Policy / Guarantee: No return policy given
Cost: $12.99
Discount Prices: N/A
Where to Buy / Official Website: Mycocide

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Worked then it came back

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Mycocide NS


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It got rid of all if the visible fungus I had on my toes. I was so happy I threw the rest out. Now its starting to grow back.WHAT THE HECK


Reviewed By:  Margaret granger on Nov 05, 2014 

Doesn’t work on nail polish nails

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I bought this because it said you could use it with painted nails which I did and it didnt help my nail fungus at all when I had paint on them I had to take the paint off for it to start working so what’s the point


Reviewed By:  Alicia Cox on Nov 05, 2014 

total scam

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I am a small business owner in Washington State, and dont have time for things like this…but because this was such a deception I wanted to take the time. Last week I purchased a product from Fred Meyers, produced by Woodward Laboratories (Aliso Viejo, CA), specifically– Mycocide Antifungal treatment.
Due to basketball injuries on my big toes, I have had fungus growing under them. A common problem.
I went to Fred Meyers to pick up a product that would work, and paid around $14-15 for the product–the most expensive I found.
The box has a total of eight (8) pictures of healthy and unhealthy toe and fingernails–photos comparing the two side by side. The most predominant 4 photos on the very front top of the box.Two unhealthy nails (infected with fungus) and two healthy nails next to it.The box is labeled with a large “Mycocide Nails Fungus” in red across the front of the box. The box also includes 2 dual-sided nail grinders in the box. This product obviously is a fungus treatment for nail fungus.
Not so.
This is a very common and troublesome problem that many are looking for a cure for.
In reading the fine print on the label of the actual liquid bottle inside, however, it reads “This product is not effective on scalp or nails”
WHAT–it isnt for nails????
In reading the box closer they are clever to never say it DOES take care of nails. They just print nails all over the box, have large letters that says the product “Nails fungus” (play on words) and then includes two nail files inside.


Reviewed By:  Willard James Monroe Sr. on Jan 10, 2013 

Worked alright for me

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Well I am reading the bad reviews. Personally, I thought it helped. Did stop the itching I had from athletes foot symptoms. (itching between and on top of toes) Also, my toenail was very brittle and encrusted underneath. Applying product along with gentle filing of the flaking made for a much better looking nail.
I found myself forgetting to apply from time to time so I can’t complain abut the time factor involved. You have to be disciplined to do the routine every night. In speaking with a friend who was being treated for a nail fungus via pills, it does take months to clear.
A little pricey but worth it to me. I wish there was a larger bottle for a little more economical price. I will purchase more to continue in this effort to get my toes back to normal.


Reviewed By:  Harlan Peters on Oct 15, 2012 

dodged a bullet do not buy

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I saw the ad for Mycocide on TV and had my wife buy some at Walgreens. Before I opened the box, I read the fine print where it said that the product was not effective on scalp or nails; I was buying it specifically for my toenail. I told her to take it back and get PurNail which has the active ingredient that reviewers said the best things about.
Dodged a bullet.
I think Mycocide uses deceptive trade practices in its advertising.


Reviewed By:  mycocide is garbage on Jun 17, 2012 

no visible results

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Used it for a month with no visible results or effects. The package has a picture of a corrupted toenail next to a good toenail so one may assume it’s to be used on toenails, but the labeling on the package and applicator states “This product is not effective on scalp or nails.” Instructions describe use for ringworm or athletes foot, neither of which I have.


Reviewed By:  alan moore on Apr 15, 2012 

fungus came back

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I thought I’d go ahead and try this Mycocide stuff for my nails. Ordered some off of Amazon. Fast shipping and all got it within a few days… Problem is though after seeing some modest improvement… less redness… very little had changed. When it seemed like one nail might be getting a bit better all of a sudden another nail suddenly got the fungus. Arghh!!!
Suddenly things are worse off than they were originally. I could be to blame I dunno but this stuff shouldn’t take a rocket scientist in order to use correctly.


Reviewed By:  Jessica Turnsley on Feb 16, 2012 

what is it for?

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THe oddest thing, i went to a health food store, (most are products to apply, not food) and asked for something t help with mucus. She suggested I buy Mycocide – a glass small bottle with a golden sticker only with that name and nothing else. So I did, it never occurred to me that the product could be for smething else.
I wonder if I will ever find something really helpful for mucus (nosem ears and throat).


Reviewed By:  clara hill on Mar 14, 2011 

1.5 3.0 8 8

It got rid of all if the visible fungus I had on my toes. I was so happy I threw the rest out. Now its starting to grow back.WHAT THE HECK

Mycocide NS
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Nail Fungus Tips
  • Keep Nails Dry - Wear open shoes/sandals as much as possible.

     

    Treat Fungus Early - Get treatment and stick to it. The quicker you treat fungus the easier it will be.

     

    Use Moisture Absorbing Socks - Moist damp areas are the breeding grounds for fungus.

     

    Clean your feet with anti-microbial soap. This will aid you in treating and preventing further fungus.

     

    Wear clean socks and shoes. Fresh socks will prevent a fungus build up and aid in preventing and treating fungus.

     

    Talk to a Podiatrist.

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