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Just For Toenails - the medicated nail polish

Medicated Antifungal Nail PolishJust For Toenails

Treat fungal infections of the toes with Just For Toenails

Fungal infections of the toe nails are common and are the result of two contributing factors.

  • The moist, warm environment inside the shoe
  • Trauma to the toe nail

The healthy nail plate (toe nail and finger nail) is quite resistant to fungal infections (also called onychomycosis).  But when the nail is injured and disrupted from the underlying nail bed, fungal infections are able to infiltrate the under surface of the nail and begin the slow process of infecting the nail.  The fungal infection is promoted by the unique environment found inside the shoe.  The hot, wet, warm environment is wonderfully conducive to the growth of fungus and bacteria.

Knowing these facts, you’d think that treatment of fungal nail infections was next to impossible.  The key to successful treatment is easier than you might think.  The key is being  compliant and treating the nail each and every day.  Treating fungal infections got a little easier (and a little more fun) with the use of a new topical colored antifungal nail polishes call Just For Toenails.  Just For Toenails uses the strength of tea tree oil to fight fungal infections.  Just For ToeNails comes in multiple colors.

Treating toe nail fungus just got a little more fun with Just For Toenails.

Jeff

Dr. Jeffrey Oster
Jeffrey A. Oster, DPM

Medical Director
Myfootshop.com

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12/6/2018 12:29 PM
I am currently treating the nail with an antifungal, do I still need to continue that or can I just use the nail polish for treatment from here on out? thank you mary
12/6/2018 1:57 PM
Hi Mary,
That would depend a lot upon the degree of fungal infection in your nail. A more significant infection would honestly be difficult to treat with Just For ToeNails.
Here's a link to treatment recommendations for onychomycosis. I think this will help you better understand what to use in your specific case.
Jeffrey A. Oster, DPM
Medical Director
Myfootshop.com