Fungusless | Nail Fungus
FungusLess (Simon & Tom ) is a highly effective and save topical solution for killing the nail fungus that attacks nails. This nail fungus treatment provides you with the ultimate mixture of nature’s best anti-fungal agents, essential oils and fungus-fighting extracts, such as argan oil, tea tree oil, clove oil, rosemary oil, pomegrade seed oil and aloe vera. Each oil has its own unique attributes and active elements. However, what sets FungusLess apart from other solutions is the way that these ingredients blend with one another to create an extremely powerful and completely safe solution for eliminating nail fungus.
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What is a nail fungus infection?

Nail fungus, or onychomycosis, is a condition that occurs when a microscopic fungus enters either a fingernail or toenail, usually through a small cut or break in the nail. Fungal infections occur in toenails more often than in fingernails.

The fungus (a dermatophyte) grows within the nail bed making it difficult to reach and therefore difficult to kill. To make matters worse, the cool and protected area underneath a nail provides the perfect growing condition for dermatophytes.

A nail fungus infection causes the nail to discolor (usually yellow) and become cloudy. If the fungus is not treated quickly, the fungus may cause affected nails to thicken or become brittle and can easily spread to adjacent nails.

Treatment for nail fungus commonly consists of topical ointments or oral medication, the latter of which may have harmful side effects. FungusLess is a simple-to-use and safe topical treatment solution. Using this solution on a daily basis, the average time to completely eradicate nail fungus is about 6 months. Treatment with FungusLess over this period will make sure that each and every fungal agent in the affected area is killed while the new nail grows in healthy and strong.

Types of nail fungus infections

We distinguish between 4 types of nail fungus infections.

Distal Subungual onychomycosis

(DSO)

  • Most common type of fungal nail infection.
  • Caused by the same fungi that also cause athlete’s foot (dermatophytes)
  • Infects the skin under the end of the nail (nail bed) and in the nail
  • The infection starts at the end of the nail bed
  • Pieces of skin and large amount of debris build up under the nail
  • Part of the nail often turns yellow or white
  • The nail gets thickened
  • The nail may crumble and split
  • The nail may separate from the skin
  • These symptoms may cause discomfort when wearing shoes
  • Shoes that fit poorly may make the infection worse or, in some cases, even cause the infection
  • This type of infection is hard to treat and it takes time
  • DSO can be a lifelong infection

White superficial onychomycosis

(WSO)

  • The second most common type of fungal nail infection
  • WSO affects the top layer of the nail
  • WSO starts with forming white spots, patches or streaks on the nail surface
  • Eventually the entire nail surface becomes covered with a crumbly, chalky powder
  • Soft and powdery nail surface, as the infection gets worse
  • Damaged, crumbly, and brown or gray nail surface
  • The nail does not thicken
  • The nail does not separate from the skin underneath
  • Usually not or hardly painful
  • It can be easily treated

Candida onychomycosis

(yeast infection of the nail)

  • Uncommon but can affect the nail and the nail folds (skin bordering the nail)
  • More common in fingernails than toenails
  • It may involve all of the nails at the same time
  • Can cause the nail to separate from the nail bed
  • It invades weakened areas of the nail
  • Part of the nail may become discolored white, green, or brownish, with an odd shape
  • The nail may look thicker than normal
  • There may be signs of infection (reddened, swollen, tender, or warm) in the skin next to the nail (nail fold)
  • Unlike the other types of fungal nail infections, the infection may be painful

Proximal subungual onychomycosis

(PSO)

  • Caused by dermatophytes
  • It is more common in people infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
  • PSO infects the base of the nail (skin at the nail fold)
  • Often thickening the skin, which can separate from the nail
  • The base of the nail may appear white, and the nail opaque
  • The skin on top of the foot may become infected