Amorolfine is a treatment for fungal nail infections, applied like a nail lacquer to your affected nails, it helps to control and combat your infection.
Amorolfine is applied in just one quick layer once a week, so you can treat your nail infection without any fuss.
You can find amorolfine in popular fungal nail treatments from Curanail and Scholl, which both include swabs and nail files that will help to make your treatment a breeze.
If you have a fungal nail infection on your fingernail or toenail, amorolfine can tackle that nasty fungus and help your nail to grow back looking as healthy as ever.
Amorolfine works as an antifungal treatment, which means it tackles any fungi it comes into contact with.
When applied in a medicated nail lacquer, it treats the cause of your fungal nail infection, keeping the fungi from reproducing, which stops the infection from growing and spreading to your other nails.
This also helps to keep the infection from coming back as your nails grow out, which can take up to 12 months depending on the natural growth rate of your nails.
Once you start treating your fungal nail infection with amorolfine you’ll need to reapply it every week to keep the treatment working until the infection has grown out entirely, leaving healthy nail behind.
Amorolfine is available over the counter from pharmacists, including online pharmacists like Chemist 4 U.
You may need to answer some questions from your pharmacist before buying this product, but these are all perfectly normal and will help the pharmacy team be sure that amorolfine is the best possible treatment for you.
Like all medications, amorolfine can have side effects, although not everyone will experience them.
These side effects include:
If you experience these or any other side effects, you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist and stop treatment if necessary.
Amorolfine is not suitable for children under the age of 18.
If your child has a fungal nail infection, you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist for advice.
You can use nail polish with most amorolfine products, however, you should always wait for at least 10 minutes after applying amorolfine before painting your nails.
You should then remove the nail polish completely before each following application.
You shouldn’t use artificial nails while you’re using products that contain amorolfine.
Make sure to read the information leaflet that comes with your product to make sure it’s suitable to use at the same time as nail polish, just to be certain that they’re safe to use together.
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