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NailFast™ Nail 7 Days Treatment Gel

NailFast™ Nail 7 Days Treatment Gel

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NailFast™ Nail 7 Days Treatment Gel

NailFast™ Nail 7 Days Treatment Gel

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Hear What Our Satisfied Customers Say About NailFast™ Nail 7 Days Treatment Gel

“Worked better than any product I have tried. Others make the nail brittle but this one conditions and softens. The color is better. The thickness has gone down to normal and they are looking a lot healthier! Also seemed to help speed new growth.”

Amy L. Boyer

Lubbock, Texas

Bryan was able to eliminate his nail infection in just two weeks with the Anti-Fungal Treatment Spray.

-”Painless, quick, and easy. That’s what I’d describe the entire treatment period. The spray wasn’t irritating or had any strong scent like most sprays, it doesn’t hurt when I spray it on the infected areas, even at close range. I was able to get rid of my toenail infection in just two weeks. It’s easy to use, just wash your hands, give the bottle a little shake, place a few sprays on the infected area, and repeat it until the infection is gone.”


What Do You Think About Your Nails?

Nails are a defining characteristic of the human hand. They are made up of keratin, an extremely tough protein that also forms hair, horns, and hooves.

Nails are thin plates of keratin that grow from the skin of your fingers and toes. They are usually about 0.5 mm thick but can vary in length and thickness depending on your genetics and health.

Your nails are made up of layers: the cuticle, the eponychium (the skin around your nail), the proximal matrix (underneath the eponychium), the nail plate itself, and finally, the subungual region (beneath your nail). The cuticle is a thin, transparent layer of skin that covers the edge of your nail plate. It keeps dirt out of your body by covering up your eponychium and proximal matrix—the parts of your nail that actually touch things—and it also helps prevent water loss by covering up your skin's pores as well as providing an extra layer of protection for them. The eponychium is a fold of skin that extends from each side of your nail plate toward its tip; it helps protect against bacteria entering through cracks in between individual cells during growth. The proximal matrix is where blood vessels feed nutrients to help keep new cells alive as they grow beneath it. 

What Causes Nails To Get Damaged and How To Prevent Them from Happening?

Your nails are important. They protect your delicate fingertips, they can be a fashion statement, and they can even help you express yourself. But sometimes, no matter how hard you try to keep them healthy, your nails can get damaged, especially when a fungus affects the health and appearance of your nails.

What exactly is a nail fungus?

Nail fungus is an infection that can cause your nails to become thick and discolored, or even crumble. It's a common condition that affects roughly one in five adults.

Nail fungus is caused by a type of fungus called dermatophytes, which live on dead human skin cells and usually thrive in warm, moist environments like showers and locker rooms. The fungus can spread through direct contact with an infected person or through soil or water that contains the spores.

The most common symptom of nail fungus is white spots on your nails that are thickened, darkened, and brittle. Your nails may also appear yellowish-brown or brownish-yellow if they're affected by other skin conditions such as psoriasis or eczema. In severe cases of nail fungus, your nails will crumble and break easily.

Other common causes of nail damage include:

  • Genetic predisposition
  • The infection brought by fungus, bacteria, and more
  • Dryness/chapping
  • Cracking/splitting
  • Nail polish remover or other chemicals that are too harsh for your nails

What Are Some of The Common Nail Problems

  1. Brittle nails: Brittle nails are usually caused by a lack of protein in the body. This can be caused by low protein in the diet or undernourishment. It can also be a sign of anemia, diabetes, thyroid disorders, and other illnesses that affect the blood supply to your body.

  1. Thickened nails: Thickened nails can be caused by fungal infections, psoriasis, eczema, and other skin conditions that affect the nail bed.

  1. Curved nails: Curved nails are often hereditary and may indicate an underlying condition such as osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis.

  1. Discolored Nails:  This happens when there's too much pigment in your nail bed or when the nail grows unevenly over time (usually because of trauma). It can also happen if you have psoriasis or another skin condition that affects your nails as well as other parts of your body (like eczema).

  1. Onychomycosis:   (also known as "fungal nail infection") is caused by a fungus that thrives in warm, moist environments like your shoes or socks. This condition can lead to pain in your toes and fingers and discoloration or thickening of the nail plate.


Introducing NailFast™ Nail 7 Days Treatment Gel To Nail Fungus

NailFast™ Nail 7 Days Treatment Gel is a powerful nail fungus treatment that heals the nail from the inside out, repairing and strengthening the nail plate without any harmful chemicals. It is a liquid formula that contains essential oils and natural ingredients that work together to penetrate the nail plate, helping to repair damage caused by fungus. It's the first of its kind to be available in the market and has been shown to improve the appearance of fungus-affected nails in as little as three weeks, while also helping to prevent future outbreaks

The key ingredients to your healing

  1. Undecylenic acid is actually a fatty acid, an unsaturated one that's already naturally-found in the body. "It's used as an active ingredient or part of an active ingredient in many topical antifungal treatments," explains Dr. Rabach, dermatologist. It works by preventing candida albicans, a yeast that can live on the skin, from morphing into fungus. It may also have fungicidal activity, which means that not only does it stop the fungus from growing, but that it can actually kill the fungus as well.

  2. O-hydroxybenzoic Acid is one of the main ingredients that help remove toenail fungus. O-hydroxybenzoic Acid helps remove the dead skin cells or the topmost layer of any surface on the body. The primary stage of toenail fungus is a visible layer of fungus that sits right on top of the toenails. They can still be removed using Nail 7 Days Treatment Gel. O-hydroxybenzoic Acid cleans the toenails by removing the dirt, dust, and pathogens present on the topmost layer of the toenails.

Excellent Benefits of NailFast™ Nail 7 Days Treatment Gel

  • Repair & Restore - Treats onychomycosis, psoriasis and other nail ailments, repairing and restoring nails to a healthy state.
  • Fast Results - See visible results in just 7 days of consistent use.
  • Healthy Nails - Conditions and strengthens the nails, preventing brittleness, cracking and breakage. 
  • Speeds Growth - Nourishes the nail bed which speeds the regrowth of new nails.
  • Protective Layer - Forms a clear protective layer that protects vulnerable nails and prevents infection.
  • Safe to Use - Low odor formula with toxin-free ingredients to keep your nails healthy. 


How to Use


  • Ingredients: Undecylenic acid ,   O-hydroxybenzoic acid, Tea Tree Extract
  • Size: 15 ml

Product Includes

  • 1 x NailJoy™ Nail 7 Days Treatment Gel


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