Cambert MD

Onychomycosis (nail fungus) refers to a fungal infection that affects the toenails and/or the fingernails. It can involve any part of the nail unit, including the nail matrix, the nail bed, or the nail plate.

Making up about 50% of nail abnormalities, fungal nail infections are the most common diseases of the nails. Between 6-8% percent of the adult population suffers from nail fungus infection. This percentage increases to 15-20% in people between the age of 40-60.

A fungal nail infection may begin as a discolored (white or yellow) spot under the tip of your toe- and/or fingernail. As the fungus spreads deeper into your nail, it may cause your nail to discolor, thicken and manifest into crumbling edges. It is not a life threatening disease but an unsightly, potential discomforting and painful problem.

Emotional distress that results from nail fungus is widespread and may have a significant impact on the quality of life.

Its unique, patented carrier system, allows the ingredients to saturate the nail and combat the Fungus at its core by changing the nail’s environment to the disadvantage of the fungus. Improvements are visible in just a matter of weeks!

Nailner Pen is an over-the-counter product. The ingredients have been shown to help treat nail fungus by protecting the newly grown nail from getting infected. Nailner Repair has been clinically tested.

The handy marker allows an easy and quick application. Each marker contains approximately 400 single applications.

Apply the solutions twice a day e.g. mornings and evenings, over a period of at least 3-4 weeks. After 3-4 weeks the application can be reduced to once a day during the entire re-growth period of the nail (6-8 months for fingernails, 8-12 months for toenails).

The solution should cover the entire surface of the affected nail including the underside of the front-most edge. Allow the solution to penetrate the nail for at least 1-2 minutes before slipping over any footwear.

How do I know when the Nailner Pen is empty?

When applying the product, you will see the thin glistening layer of liquid on top of the nail. This liquid quickly saturates the nail leaving the nail looking like before. As long as you see this thin layer of liquid, the pen is not yet empty. The pen can also be tested on a piece of paper: if it draws a moist line on the paper, the pen is not yet empty.

Ethyl Lactate, Aqua, Glycerin, Lactic Acid, Citric Acid.