Loceryl Curanail 5% W/V Medicated Nail Lacquer 3ml
£23.99 – £59.99
Fungal nail infections can develop if hands or feet are constantly warm and damp. The nail becomes discoloured, weak, thick or brittle, and eventually pieces of the nail begin to break off which can cause pain and swelling. Loceryl Curanail Medicated Nail Lacquer features the active ingredient amorolfine hydrochloride, which works by killing nail infection causing fungi. This medicated nail lacquer is just like a nail varnish and should be applied once a week. You should expect fingernail infections to clear in around 6 months and toenail infections in 9 to 12 months, providing effective relief from discomfort and resulting in healthy nails.
What is Loceryl medicated nail lacquer used for?
Loceryl medicated nail lacquer is an effective treatment for fungal nail infections.
What is fungal nail infection?
Fungal nail infections occur when your feet are constantly warm and damp. Don’t wear trainers for along time as this will overheat your feet. To prevent infection treat fungal nail as soon as possible with Loceryl. In addition keep your feet clean and dry. Wear clean socks every day.Finally wear flip flops in showers and at the gym or pool.
How do I use Loceryl?
The nail lacquer should be applied to the affected finger or toe nails once weekly. Twice weekly application may prove beneficial in some cases.
See our other nail treatments.
Do not use Loceryl if you are:
Allergic (hypersensitive) to amorolfine or any of the other ingredients of Loceryl (see section 6 for other ingredients).
Warnings and precautions
This medicine can cause allergic reactions, some can be serious. If this happens, stop applying the product, immediately remove the product with a nail varnish remover or the cleaning swabs provided with the package and seek medical advice. The product must not be reapplied.
You must get urgent medical help if you have any of the following symptoms:
You have difficulty breathing
Your face, lips, tongue or throat swell
Your skin develops a severe rash
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before using Loceryl.
The lacquer should not be applied on the skin around the nail.
Avoid the lacquer coming into contact with the eyes, ears or mucous membranes (e.g. mouth and nostrils).
Do not inhale.
Wear impermeable gloves when using organic solvents to stop the nail lacquer from being removed.
Using other medicines
There are no known interactions with other medicines.
Using other nail products
Artificial nails should not be used while using Loceryl.
Cosmetic nail varnish can be used, but you should wait at least 10 minutes after applying Loceryl before painting your nails.
The nail varnish should be carefully removed before repeat application of Loceryl.
Pregnancy and breast-feeding
You should not use Loceryl and tell your doctor if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or are breast-feeding. Your doctor will then decide whether you should use Loceryl.
Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before taking any medicine.