In these unprecedented times due to COVID-19 we are listening to the latest advice from the government and their health specialists. We are continuing to work in these challenging times so that we can serve the needs of our customers.
Please note that we are receiving a particularly high volume of orders, enquiries, telephone calls and emails. With a depleted team we are working exceptionally hard to process orders and respond to customer enquiries. Unfortunately it is currently taking longer to process and dispatch orders than usual, so please allow up to 5 working days for shipment.
Please also note that postal services and couriers are experiencing similar challenges so please allow longer delivery times than usual. We would be grateful if you can be patient and not contact us regarding your order before these times are up so we can reduce the pressure on our customer service team.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Keep well and stay safe.
Fungal nail infections often come hand in hand with Athlete's Foot or feet that excessively sweat. The bacteria on the moist skin creates a fungal infection which can affect the toe nails. Also, bashing or injuring a toe nail or fingernail can expose the nail bed which leaves it vulnerable to infection. Tight fitting shoes are also culprets for causing infected nails. Lasty, those suffering with diabetes or long term conditions that affect the immune system or circulatory system, are more vulnerable to gain a fungal nail infection. This is because the blood vessels in the legs and feet can become damaged and blood supply to the feet degenerates which causes infections to grow more easily on toe nails. It also means that fungal nail infections take longer to heal.
To prevent fungal nail infection from occuring we need to take care of our feet as well as our nails...