Toenail and Finger Nail Fungus Oil as seen on my
Youtube Video below.
You will receive a 1 oz bottle of the oil.
Geranium, Cinnamon, Tea Tree, Clove,
Lavender, Tea Tree Essential Oil in
Argan Oil. Place on toenail or fingernail
only. Wipe off of skin and let nail dry
before adding socks or shoes. Adult
use only. Use until nail has returned to normal condition.
If irritation occurs stop use and contact your doctor.
1 oz bottle
Some known Irritations of the toe nail and finger nail.
Nail fungus is a common condition that begins as a white or yellow spot under the tip of your fingernail or toenail. As the fungal infection goes deeper, nail fungus may cause your nail to discolor, thicken and crumble at the edge. It can affect several nails but usually not all of them.
You may have nail fungus — also called onychomycosis (on-ih-koh-my-KOH-sis) — if one or more of your nails are:
Brittle, crumbly or ragged
Distorted in shape
Dull, with no shine
A dark color, caused by debris building up under your nail
Infected nails also may separate from the nail bed, a condition called onycholysis (on-ih-KOL-ih-sis). You may feel pain in your toes or fingertips and detect a slightly foul odor.
By Mayo Clinic Staff
Nail fungal infections are typically caused by a dermatophyte fungus. Yeasts and molds also can be responsible for nail fungal infections.
What are fungi?
Fungi are microscopic organisms that don't need sunlight to survive. Some fungi have beneficial uses. Others cause illness and infection. Fungi:
Live in warm, moist environments, including swimming pools and showers
Can invade your skin through cuts so tiny you can't even see them or through a small separation between your nail and nail bed
Can cause problems if your nails are often exposed to warm and moist conditions
Toenails vs. fingernails
Nail fungus occurs more often in toenails than in fingernails, partly because:
Toenails often are confined in a dark, warm, moist environment — inside your shoes — where fungi can thrive
Toes usually have less blood flow than do fingers, making it harder for your body's immune system to detect and stop infection