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SaniNails is a natural solution that's been created for the treatment of nail funguses on both the fingernails and toenails. It's purported to be made from a blend of plant extracts and oils, including essential oil from the South American Copaiba tree. If you use this liquid solution on a daily basis, it may offer you visible results after just three or four weeks. The transparent solution comes in a compact bottle with its own applicator brush.
The cost of SaniNails is $14.99 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second SaniNails at the discounted price of only $6.99 for a total price of $28.97.
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To get started with SaniNails, use your bottle's built-in applicator brush (which will be attached to the lid) to apply the solution to one of your nails that's been affected by a fungus. Simply brush the solution onto the affected nail as if you're painting your nails with regular polish. As with nail polish, it's best to just coat the nail lightly, without using more of the solution than you need to.
If you've only got a fungus on one nail, you'll basically be done with your application, but if some of your other nails are affected, repeat the first step for each one of those. It doesn't matter whether you treat your hands or your feet first.
Once you've applied SaniNails to all the nail funguses that need it, allow the solution to do its work and dry for several minutes. Following that, you can put on footwear or gloves, if need be, and move on with your day. Close up your bottle of solution and store it in a safe, room-temperature place until it's time for the next day's treatment.
The primary ingredient within the SaniNails formula is essential oil from the Copaiba tree, which has been used by Brazilian tribes for hundreds of years to naturally treat fungal infections. After you've applied your solution to an affected nail, this essential oil will penetrate deep beneath the surface and work to kill the fungus at its root, while easing any pain or swelling. Following that, after you've been using the solution for about five weeks, the fungus should be gone and a healthy nail should begin growing out of your nail bed in its place. At about 12 weeks, you should notice that the entire nail appears healthy instead of looking yellow and possibly dry and cracked.
SaniNails contains only natural ingredients, as opposed to harsh chemicals that could irritate the skin immediately surrounding your fingernails and toenails. Due to the fact that its ingredients are natural, it also won't give off an unpleasant medicinal smell after you've applied it.
This formula has been designed to work equally well on both the hands and feet, so there'll be no need for you to use two different solutions if you've got funguses on both. If your fungus starts in one area but happens to spread before your first cycle of treatment is over, you can just start using the solution to treat the newly affected area, too.
Each bottle of SaniNails is fairly compact—about the size of a prescription pill bottle you'd get at the drugstore—which makes each one highly portable. If you need to go away from home for a day or more but want to bring your fungus treatment with you, your bottle will fit in virtually any purse or bag you might carry. At home, it also won't take up much space in your medicine cabinet.
It can be annoying to have to pour a liquid solution out of a bottle and onto your skin since you could spill it or just waste some by pouring out too much. Fortunately, there's an applicator brush attached to the lid of each SaniNails bottle, which will help you neatly apply the correct portion of the solution to each fungus you have (without spills!). As you use the brush, you'll be able to hold onto the attached lid as a handle, which will give you a fair amount of control.
Using this solution is known as a pain-free way to gradually remove nail funguses. Alternatively, if you were to use harsh chemicals to kill a fungus, or attempt to cut the fungus away from the rest of your nail, you could cause yourself a lot of pain. This solution's pain-free nature makes it a good one to use if a child's fingernail or toenail fungus needs to be treated. The same thing goes if an adult happens to have a fungus and an extremely low pain threshold.
On a related note, anyone of any age or gender can safely use SaniNails, as long as they don't have an allergy to any of the natural ingredients within the formula. If you don't know if you have an allergy or not, you could try using the solution on one fingernail or toenail and discontinue use if you see any redness or hives in the area.
Since this particular solution will kill a fingernail or toenail fungus right at the root, it'll be less likely to grow back than if it were removed at a point closer to the surface.
Even though people can't help it if they end up with fingernail or toenail funguses, the appearance of them can make other people think an affected person might be dirty or unhealthy. Once you've gone through a full treatment cycle with SaniNails, though, people will be unlikely to have that perception of you, as your nails will look much healthier and cleaner.
Each SaniNails bottle is fairly small, which is advantageous when it comes to storage purposes, but depending on how much of the solution you use, you may quickly need a replacement bottle. It doesn't say for certain whether one bottle contains enough of the solution for three months (12 weeks) of daily applications, so you might have to get a new one before your funguses are better.
If a friend, family member or partner has a nail fungus problem, too, you might be tempted to share your bottle of SaniNails with them. Everyone really should have their own bottle, though, so no one is passing their fungal germs onto another person via their applicator brush. If you were to share a bottle and brush with other people and pass germs around in this way, it might take longer than it normally would for your funguses to heal.
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