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The Curanail pack contains 3ml of antifungal nail lacquer. This is approximately enough for 3 months, assuming that you are applying it to 2 nails, though of course this may vary depending on the size of your nails.
Curanail is highly effective and only needs to be applied once a week. The course of treatment lasts up to 6 months for fingernails, and up to a year for toenails. Note that if you have more than two infected nails, you should seek professional advice before using Curanail.
Viscose swab impregnated with a solution containing the active ingredient Isopropyl Alcohol 70%.
For skin cleansing for general sterilisation, e.g. nail cleaning before using a fungal nail infection treatment.
How to decide whether Curanail is the right treatment for you. If more than 2 toes are infected, then you should seek professional advice. You should also be aware that Curanail can take between 6 months and a year of weekly applications to fully "cure a nail". This is because nails grow incredibly slowly!
A Curanail pack contains everything you need, including the files, applicators and swabs. It's not too tricky to apply but does take a few minutes. You apply Curanail once a week. Here is our quick guide to the weekly regime.
What Curanail is, and practical tips. A handy guide. Includes answers to questions such as "Why can't I use Curanail on more than 2 nails?", and "Will it wash off in the shower?". Also contains a list of ingredients.
Be sure that you really do have a fungal nail infection before buying Curanail. Otherwise you will spend months treating the nails before you realise that nothing is happening! Here's how to make sure that you really have a fungal nail infection, and not something else.
Fungi have an affinity for particular environments. They are particularly fond of moisture and warmth. Once you have a fungal nail infection, you need to treat it to get rid of it. However, following a successful treatment with Curanail, it may be possible to take steps to avoid a fungal infection in the future. Here's our guide on how to prevent fungal nail infections in the long term.
Amorolfine, a type of medicine referred to as allylamine antifungal, is the active ingredient of Curanail.