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Fix Your Feet Products
Want your feet to feel and look fabulous? Put them in the expert hands of the top podiatric surgeon in the northeast, Dr. Yolanda Ragland. Dr. Ragland’s “Fix Your Fungal Nail” is a tested formula that penetrates the nail bed, using the active ingredient, Polyhexamethylene Biguanide (PHMB).
When Dr. Yolanda Ragland educates her patients, she pointedly explains, “There are two types of people; those who get [foot] fungal infection and those who don’t. If you are susceptible to fungal infections, the only way to keep them under control is to use topical antifungals faithfully.” A fungus survives and thrives by multiplying its spores. When someone susceptible to fungal infection puts their feet in a dark and moist environment, the spore will germinate into fungus, causing nails to become thick, discolored, and unpleasant in appearance. The Fix Your Feet Fungal Nail effectively address not only the current fungal nail issue but is preventative against future growth.
Dr. Ragland’s “Fix Your Fungal Nail” is a tested formula that penetrates the nail bed, using the active ingredient, Polyhexamethylene Biguanide (PHMB). While not yet not proven to penetrate nail polish,the product is made to absorb in the smaller pores of nails, making the solution extremely effective for the treatment and elimination of fungal nails. Used twice a day for 3 months has shown significant improvement and continual usage has proven to halt the growth of fungus.
With initial product usage, the gel will cause the discolored portion of the fungal nail to get thinner and crumble. It’s best to trim nails prior to application so new growth can be unhindered and the fungal nail can dissipate more rapidly. It is recommended that Fix Your Fungal Nail be applied twice a week for one year after complete clearing has occurred.
The topical gel solution should be applied as instructed for premium results. If discolored nails show little to no change, there is a possibility of a more serious underlying problem, which should be addressed with a physician.