What is Kerasal Fungal Nail Renewal?
When we started writing this review of Kerasal Fungal Nail Renewal, we knew what to expect: A natural, simple way to treat nail fungus. There is no doubt that it certainly meets that criteria. The company states that the ingredients have been proven, “clinically”, to work. However, there are some concerns about this product. Read on, and make up your own mind.
- Propylene glycol
- Lactic Acid
- Sodium Hydroxide
- Disodium EDTA
The ingredients in Kerasal Fungal Nail Renewal are a bit hard to pronounce, but appear to do what the product is claimed to do. The urea is there because of its keratolytic properties, making it a soothing agent for your nails. The Propylene Glycol is in the formula to soften your nails. The Lactic Acid does so as well, but also helps to alter your nail’s microenvironment.
The daily instructions on how to use this product are fairly simple. Once a day, preferably just before you go to bed, apply a thin layer to your affected nails, as well as underneath the edge of your nails. Once that is done, allow it to dry for a few minutes. Here’s where it gets a little tricky: You have to do this daily for a minimum of eight weeks before seeing any sort of effect. In fact, it is stated that you may need three to six months of applying before it has achieved its optimal effect.
What is the Cost?
The product is not sold on the company’s website but there are links from there to multiple online retailers where you can buy it. On Amazon, at the time of writing, you could buy it for $15.95 for a .33 oz bottle. It is also available in brick and mortar stores where, it seems, you could buy it for approximately $19.
Despite looking, we could find no proof that Kerasal Fungal Nail Renewal has any sort of guarantee. This includes guarantees that the product will work, as well as guarantees that you can receive your money back if it doesn’t work as advertised.
Our Final Review of Kerasal Fungal Nail Renewal
As you can see, this Kerasal Fungal Nail Renewal review has unearthed both good and bad. The good part is that the ingredients do seem to work, helping to kill foot and nail fungus and, compared to many topical nail treatments, it is easy to use. However, it can take weeks, if not months, for this product to work and the lack of a money-back guarantee does not inspire confidence. Its very large number of Amazon customer reviews (over 700 at the time of writing) produced a mediocre ratings ratio of 63% positive and 25% negative. When looking to purchase a nail treatment, it might be best to look elsewhere.