Curanail is used for the treatment of fungal nail infections
Curanail is used to treat fungal nail infections affecting up to 2 nails in adults. A fungal nail infection generally results in nail discolouration (white, yellow or brown) and thickening, although the appearance may vary considerably. If the infection is limited to the upper part of the nail follow the advice as per instructions however if nail is completely discoloured it may need to be inspected by your doctor.
- Type of Product
Amorolfine, methacrylic acid copolymer (EUDRAGIT RL100), triacetin, butyl acetate, ethyl acetate and ethanol anhydrous.
Apply curanail to the affected nails once a week. Before the first application clean the nails thoroughly. Remove any former varnish layers with a nail varnish remover; then using a nail file, file the surface of the nail (particularly the affected nail surface) as thoroughly as possible. The surface of the nail should be cleansed and degreased using one of the cleaning swabs. Apply the nail lacquer to the whole surface of the nail with one of the reusable applicators supplied. Between each nail application, clean the applicator with the cleaning swab supplied. The applicator must be carefully cleaned with one of the swabs supplied after each application before treating another nail so as to avoid contamination of the lacquer. Treatment should be continued without interruption until the nail is regenerated. In general, the duration of treatment is 6 months for fingernails and 9 months for toenails (it depends essentially on the intensity, localisation and extent of the infection). After a 3-month use without improvement, a doctor should be consulted.