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ClearTouch is an at-home product that uses LHE (light and heat energy) phototherapy to reduce or eliminate dermatological problems, such as mild cases of toenail fungus. Depending on your dermatological condition, it can be used up to two times per day at home, reducing the need for doctor visits. ClearTouch is a cordless and battery operated device. ClearTouch is small and light enough to transport and store. It also features a sleek and silver design.
LHE (Light and Heat Energy) Phototherapy is used by doctor's offices to treat skin conditions. LHE Phototherapy is also called light therapy. It is used to treat certain types of fungus and other skin problems.
ClearTouch Nails is a small silver device that is charged by plugging it into the wall. The design is easy to store in your bathroom and put in your luggage on a trip. It weighs only 3.4 ounces. If anyone saw you traveling with this, it would be hard to distinguish that you are trying to clear up fungus on your toenails.
To use ClearTouch, you turn it on and hold it over the area you are treating. It only takes ten seconds in the morning and ten seconds in the evening. When you're done, turn it off and store it. Make sure you charge it if the battery is low.
There are many online reviews from websites and individuals. Only a few praise the product, however, many individual online reviewers are saying there is little or no change in their fungal conditions, even after one month up to one year of use. Several product reviewing websites also question the ability of ClearTouch to perform as advertised.
If you are not a fan of applying medicines or creams, this is a good solution for you. ClearTouch only uses LHE Phototherapy, so there is no need for prescriptions, trips to the pharmacy, or messy creams.
The official site offers a 30-day money back guarantee, provided you used the product as instructed for 30 days. The guarantee does not apply if you purchased the product from another website or retailer.
If ClearTouch Nails works for you, you can eliminate your need for treatments at the doctor's office.
ClearTouch operates with a rechargeable battery, saving you from constantly purchasing batteries. To get a full charge, plug your device in for five hours before you use it.
Do not share you ClearTouch Nails with anyone. Toenail fungus and other dermatological conditions spread easily, and you do not want to share your fungus with anyone.
For the cost of this item, the number of reviews claiming its inefficiency is surprising. ClearTouch has some of the worst reviews at major online retailers. The official product is not backed by any doctors or spokespeople and there are no studies proving its effectivity. It is best to speak with your dermatologist before purchasing any products for medical conditions.
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Before I go on I'd like to say I feel the product did work for me. It takes some discipline because you have to keep at it, but it seems to dry out the area and kill whatever fungus is there. My issue is that the machine just stopped working after three months. So I can't give a definitive review because I did not finish the treatment. I told the lady I spoke to that if they are going to sell products for "medical" use they should be more conscientious, especially since it was a product defect. But this may be one of those companies that sell gimmicky products. They were willing to replace it, and I went through whatever their process was. I estimated it would take about 14 days (if everything went well) to have a new one in hand. Twenty days after mailing it, I Decided to call to find they had received it, but nothing had been done. They basically said there was no supervisor, no redress, no refund, no expedited shipping, and it would take 7 to 10 business days to get the pending replacement. Watch out for ICTV Brands. At this point, I wish I had bought it on Amazon because I'm certain the customer service would have been better.
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