Loceryl Nail Solution can be ordered from an online pharmacy and registered doctor in the UK. To be evaluated by our online doctors, you will need to fill out an online medical questionnaire. Once our doctors approve, a prescription is sent to our pharmacy team. It will then be dispensed and sent to the address you have chosen.
What is Loceryl Nail Lacquer and how does it work?
Loceryl Nail Lacquer can be used to treat fungal infections. It’s a topical antifungal cream that clears the nail infection. You apply it to the nails affected once or twice per week. The treatment can take between 6 and 12 months for the fingernails, and 9-12 for the toenails.
It contains the active ingredient, amorolfine. It is also possible to order a generic version.
What is the secret to it?
Fungal nail infections can be caused by fungal infections that affect the nail or nail bed. The fungal infection can lead to a thickening or changing of the colour and shape of the nails. It can affect both fingernails as well as toenails, but toenails are more common.
Loceryl Nail Lacquer is a natural antifungal agent that contains amorolfine. Amorolfine kills the fungal cells that cause the infection and helps clear it. It may take several months for the infection to be completely gone and for healthy nails to grow back.
An nail occurs when the nail edge grows into the flesh. This can happen if the nail has been cut too short, or if it isn’t cut straight across.
You may also experience it if your footwear is too tight or if there are foot injuries. An nail can usually be treated with warm water. Then, you need to trim the nail. If the problem continues, you might need a amorolfine.
Loceryl Nail Lacquer: How to Use It
It should be used exactly as prescribed by your doctor. It should be used once to twice per week until the infection clears.
File down infected nail areas before applying nail lacquer. If necessary, you can file the nail before every application. However, it is best to not use the same nail file for healthy nails as this can spread the infection. Use the provided swabs to clean the nail(s).
The applicator can be dipped into the lacquer bottle and applied evenly to the nail(s). After each use, wipe the applicator clean with the cotton swabs.
Allow the lacquer to dry for at least 3 minutes. Cosmetic nail varnish can be applied to the nails, but it is best to wait at least 10 min before applying. Loceryl Nail Lacquer treatment should not be used to create artificial nails.
Continue to use this treatment until the infection is gone and your nails are healthy again.
You can also use the generic, cheaper version of Loceryl as an alternative. Amorolfine has the same active ingredient, same strength and functions in the exact same way as Loceryl Nail Lacquer.
On prescription, a different topical antifungal can also be purchased. Trosyl nail infection solution contains an antifungal ingredient called Tioconazole. It should be used more frequently than Loceryl Nail Lacquer, and should be applied every 12 hours to affected nails. It can be used for as long as 6 months, but it is sometimes used up to 12 months.
Your doctor may recommend terbinafine if you are finding that topical treatments do not work. Terbinafine, an oral antifungal tablet, is taken daily. Treatment usually lasts between 6 and 3 months for the fingernails, and 3 to 6 for the toenails.
Toenails infection can be a concern. You might wonder if it is worth seeing a amorolfine. Your condition will determine the answer.
An toenail infection may not be serious if you are able to treat it yourself with over-the counter medication. You should see a specialist if your nails are severe or if you have diabetes.
A amorolfine will provide the treatment and care you need to remove your nail and prevent it from growing back. A amorolfine may be needed if you have bunion.
Your condition will determine the answer. A mild case of bunion can be treat at doctor using over-the counter medication.
You should see a specialist if your bunion becomes severe or if you have diabetes. A amorolfine will provide the treatment and care you need to remove your bunion and prevent it coming back.