- Medical Strength – Physician Formulated
- Salon Proven – Used by Nail Professionals for over 10 years
- Patented delivery system penetrates to the site of infection—absorbs quickly
- No need to remove nail polish or acrylics
- Promotes new healthy nail development
- The Allantoin difference, soothes, smoothes and conditions skin
- Kills the Fungus that can cause Nail Infections
- What is a fungal nail infection?
Onychomycosis (Fungal Nail Infection) is a general infection of the nail unit by fungal organisms including: dermatophytes, yeasts, molds and non-dermatophytes.
What is Dr. G’s Clear Nail and what makes it better then the other therapies available?
Dr. G’s Clear Nail Antifungal Treatment kills fungus of the skin around and adjacent to nail areas using Tolnaftate 1% as the active ingredient. This is a powerful, well-documented antifungal agent. Selected by the FDA as an approved topical antifungal for its safety and effectiveness, Tolnaftate kills the fungi on the skin that most commonly cause fungal nail infections. Woodward Laboratories uniquely combines this antifungal killing power with their patented delivery system to promote penetration of Dr. G’s Clear Nail through the skin to the site of the infection so there is no need to remove polish or acrylics.
Active Ingredient: Tolnaftate…1.0%
Inactive Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Caprylic/Capric triglycerides, Isopropyl palmitate, Polyquaternium 37, Propylene glycol, Dicaprylate dicaprate, PPG-1 Trideceth-6, Cocamidopropyl betaine, Cocamidopropylamine oxide, Phemerol chloride, Cetrimonium chloride, Allantoin, Didecyldimonium chloride, Quaternium-15.
3 Easy Steps
- Step 1
Apply 2-3 drops twice daily around the entire nail, under the free edge (tip) and over the cuticle. It is not necessary to apply on the nail itself as the solution penetrates through the cuticle skin to the nail matrix.
- Step 2
For infections on or between the toes allow solution to dry before continuing with the nail service, and advise clients to wait until solution is absorbed and the skin is dry before putting on socks or hosiery.
- Step 3
Application to the adjacent finger or toe areas is recommended to prevent the spread of the infection.