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Excilor Brush 3.3ml - Nail Fungal Infection Treatment

Excilor Brush 3.3ml - Nail Fungal Infection Treatment
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Excilor Brush 3.3ml - Nail Fungal Infection Treatment

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Excilor Brush 3.3ml - Nail Fungal Infection Treatment
Excilor Brush - Nail Fungal Infection Treatment
  • Clinically proven efficacy
  • Can be applied in seconds
  • One complete course of treatment*
  • Dries in one minute
  • No need to file the nail
  • Results visible once the nail starts to grow back


Once the nail is dry, you can wash your hands, apply hand cream and even paint your nails with nail varnish.  But you will have to remove the nail varnish to apply the second coat each day.   Use Excilor until the infected part of the nail has grown out.

*Studies have shown that on average, a single applicator constitutes a full course of treatment for one infected nail.
Quick and easy to use
The applicator is…
… very easy and convenient to use.
… designed to treat the whole of the nail.
… used to coat the entire surface of the damaged nail.
Active Ingredients:
Enriched with glycerol, nail care lipids and biotin. Ethyllactate, acetic acid, penetration enhancer, film-forming agent, water,glycerol, polysorbate 80, cetyl acetate, acetylated lanolin alcohols, biotin and preservative (contains no parabens).

Before each application, clean the nail and remove any traces of nail polish.
Use the brush applicator to coat the whole nail. 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.

Extended Information:
Do I have a fungal nail infection?
If you notice the presence of white spots or patches on your nail, or if the nail is turning yellow, growing thicker or becoming brittle, you probably have a fungal nail infection.
Fungal nail infection (onychomycosis) is a progressive disease: if it is left untreated, the infection spreads.
To start with, you may only see white spots or patches on the nail. They only affect the cosmetic appearance of the nail: initially there is no pain. Gradually the fungus spreads throughout the nail. Unless it is treated, it can become (very) painful, and you run the risk of losing the nail permanently.
Contamination: dermatophytes (fungi) thrive in warm, humid environments. They can spread from one fingernail or toenail to another, and from one person to another.
Environments with a high risk of contamination include: showers, changing rooms, trainers and sports shoes, socks, Turkish baths, etc.
If your nail is showing symptoms like the ones in the photographs below, you probably have a fungal nail infection. Consult your chemist or pharmacist immediately.
Moderate Infection        Moderate Infection       Moderate Infection          Mild Infection
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  • Pam Smith
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    Have used this twice daily every day. Absolutely useless. Made no difference

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