Q: How does PurNail work?
A: PurNail’s primary active ingredient, Undecylinic Acid, is FDA-approved to cure fungal infections. Additionally, our proprietary blend of natural oils and skin conditioners help PurNail penetrate deep under the hard layer of the fungal nail to treat the fungal infection at its source, while its moisturizing properties protect and heal the skin around your nails.
Q: What is toenail fungus? Where does it come from?
A: Toenail fungus, or Onychomycosis, is a persistent fungal infection of the nail bed. Nail fungus is especially prolific in dark, wet environments and is often contracted in swimming pools, saunas, and showers. Without treatment, a fungal infection can proliferate and spread to your other nails and people around you.
Q: My toenail fungus still hasn’t gone away. Does this mean PurNail isn’t working?
A: Absolutely not! Toenail fungus is a persistent infection and requires a significant amount of patience in order to treat effectively. Continue to use PurNail, follow our product directions
Q: Why should I choose PurNail over other nail fungus treatments?
A: Unlike other nail fungus treatments, PurNail contains the exact amount of Undecylinic Acid required to effectively treat nail fungus. More Undecylinic Acid can be caustic and weaken the nail, while too little isn’t enough to effectively treat the fungal infection. Additionally, PurNail includes other natural treatments and conditioners which help PurNail penetrate into the nail bed and treat the infected substrata.
Q: For how long should I be using PurNail?
A: Nail fungus affects everyone differently. You should continue to use PurNail until your fungal infection is fully healed and your symptoms stop. For some people, this process takes between one and two months, but for others it’s longer. It’s very important to carefully follow our treatment directions when using PurNail. If you do not follow the treatment directions, there is a chance that PurNail will be less effective at treating your nail fungus. If your condition continues to deteriorate, we recommend consulting a physician in addition to your PurNail regimen.
Q: Is there a guarantee? What if I’m not happy with my order?
A: Absolutely. Every order of PurNail comes with a 60-day money back guarantee. If you’re not satisfied with your order, let us know and we’ll refund the entire purchase price. We stand behind our product and believe that you shouldn’t have to pay if you’re not satisfied with your experience.
Q: What’s the deal with customs?
A: Some international orders may have customs charges associated with the importation of PurNail. Since we cannot pay the customs duties ourselves, it is up to the buyer to pay any customs charges that may be incurred due to international shipping.
Q: How should I use PurNail?
A: PurNail should be applied to the affected area twice a day. After thoroughly cleansing the affected area with warm and and soap, completely cover the nail and the skin around the nail with PurNail using the included applicator brush. Try to cover the the entire nail as thoroughly as possible and to ensure that no area remains untreated.
Q: What else can I do about my toenail fungus?
A: Since fungus proliferates in wet, warm, and dark environments, it’s important to give your feet a chance to “breathe”. Wearing open toed shoes, changing your socks frequently, and replacing athletic footwear are all positive steps to control and reduce nail fungus. During strenuous activity, make sure you wear moisture-wicking athletic socks. It’s also important that you never miss a treatment and that you ensure the treatment is properly absorbed inside and around the nail. The fight against nail fungus takes knowledge, patience, and perseverance, but there’s no reason to live with nail fungus.
Q: How much PurNail should I order?
A: If you have less than three infected nails, or your toenail fungus infection is in the earliest stage, then one bottle of PurNail should be enough to treat your nail fungus. Three or more infected nails generally require two or three bottles, with more severe infections requiring a greater amount of PurNail to be applied.