What is fungal nail?
Fungal nail is surprisingly common; it is an invasion of fungal species underneath the nail. The fungi are passed from person to person by direct contact and are carried by carpets, socks, shoes and hosiery.
Is this product right for me?
Scholl Fungal Nail Treatment is suitable for treating mild fungal nail conditions.
What are the symptoms?
Yellow/brownish discolouration of the nail
White ‘islands’ on the surface of the nail
The appearance of the nail is rougher, more brittle and with ridges
Mild fungal infection is when:
The symptoms have not persisted for longer than two years
The discolouration has not covered the whole surface of the nail
The symptoms are not shown in more than two toes
Visible results within weeks
Helps prevent spread of infection & recurrenceStorage Information
Store below 25?C.
AmbientPreperation and Usage
You must read the instruction leaflet carefully before use
How does Fungal Nail Treatment work?
Phase 1: Treatment Phase (4 weeks)
To treat the nail fungus
Week 1 - File the nail surface once a week
Dispose of the file after use
Apply the advanced liquid to the infected nail daily
Repeat for weeks 2, 3 & 4
Phase 2: Protection Phase (9 months)
To prevent spreading & protect from recurrence
Apply the advanced liquid to the infected nail once a week for 9 months or until the discolouration has grown out.
What are the visible results?
At the end of the Treatment Phase the level of discolouration on the nail is reduced.
After 9-12 months which is the average length of time a toenail takes to grow-out completely,
the discolouration will have disappeared and nails will have recovered with no signs of fungal infection.
Advice: Avoid contact with eyes and skin. If irritation occurs, discontinue use. Always replace cap after use.
To avoid the spread of infection, never reuse files.
For external use only: Do not use on broken skin or any other foot conditions. Keep out of reach of children.
Scholl and diabetes
Please SEEK ADVICE before use if you have diabetes as your foot condition may require treatment by a healthcare professional.
Net Content: 3.8ml e
Please Note: Whilst we make every effort to ensure that all information is up to date, the information shown on this page should not replace the advice of a medical professional, and you should always refer to the patient information leaflet before taking any medication.