ZetaClear Review

ZetaClear Review

What is ZetaCLear? ZetaClear is a two-pronged approach to combating toenail fungus, including a topical nail solution and an oral homeopathic spray providing an external and internal attack on fungus. The product claims to treat fungal nail damage such as cracks, discoloration and deformation. The product also claims to make the skin…
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What is ZetaCLear?

ZetaClear is a two-pronged approach to combating toenail fungus, including a topical nail solution and an oral homeopathic spray providing an external and internal attack on fungus. The product claims to treat fungal nail damage such as cracks, discoloration and deformation. The product also claims to make the skin around the nail healthy and soft.

Ingredients

Topical Nail Solution

  • Undecylenic Acid
  • Clove Oil
  • Lemon Grass Oil
  • Vitamin E Oil
  • Jojoba Oil
  • Almond Oil
  • Tea Tree Oil

Oral Spray Solution

  • Antimonium Curdum
  • Mancinella
  • Nitricum Acidum
  • Sulphur
  • Thuja Occidentalis
  • Arsenicum Albmun

The oil blend used in the topical solution as well as Undecylenic Acid has been used for quite some time now in treating nail fungal infections. Undecyclenic acid has a strong antifungal property that makes it a leading choice of treatment when it comes to fungal infections. The oral (homeopathic) spray ingredients are also said to work by inhibiting the growth of fungi and bacteria. Sulphur and mancinella can also help in minimizing the discoloration of nails keeping it looking natural and healthy. The company notes on its website with surprising candor “Homeopathic Drugs are not supported by science, they are supported by homeopathic theories and not by most modern medical experts.”

Dosage

Gently apply a thin layer of the topical solution on the affected nail three times a day or as directed by a doctor. The Oral solution if used, should be sprayed under the tongue for better absorption. The product needs to be applied consistently for you to be able to see the results.

What is the Cost?

At the time of this review you could buy ZetaClear on the company’s website for $49.95 for a bottle that should last a month. Three and five-month bulk discount packages could be purchased at a per-bottle cost of $33.30 and $29.97 respectively, each with free shipping.

Manufacturer’s Guarantee

This product comes with a 90 day money back guarantee. However the product must be returned unopened. If you order a multi-bottle package you must return all items in to receive a refund. You should also expect to pay a $10 restocking fee per item returned.

Our Final Review of ZetaClear

ZetaClear’s offers its buyers a vision of getting rid of nasty nail fungus infections. However, it is expensive unless you purchase a multi-bottle package and there is no risk-free way to test its effectiveness as the company’s policy requires all packages to be returned unopened (and you pay a hefty restocking fee as well). As for effectiveness the product has mediocre customer ratings on Amazon.com with a 52% to 40% positive to negative ratio (40% is quite high for this category). We do not recommend ZetaClear and suggest you look for other more competitive nail fungus treatments.


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