We know you don’t want to talk about it. But we need to discuss the funny colouring on your nails. You know, the crumbly thickness that know one seems to know what to do with? Well there is a name for it and there is a new treatment available at Pro Feet Podiatry!
Onychomycosis (fungal infection of the nail) is a common condition, which results in a change to the appearance and health of a nail. Typically the nail with appear yellow, and there will be an increase in debris underneath the nail. Tinea Pedis infection (fungal infection of skin on feet), will commonly developed in the web spaces between your toes. The environment between your toes is typically ideal for fungal spores to thrive, as it is warm and moist. The skin will appear red, and possibly itchy, and may look like it is peeling. Other symptoms to be aware of are pustules (small fluid filled blisters) – which are more common in fungal infections that develop on other areas of the foot.
nailKalm is one the newest products available on the market in the fight against onychomycosis and Tinea Pedis. nailKalm is a unique product in that it does not use some of the typical active ingredients found in most topical antifungal products. In fact it uses a completely new active ingredient; Amycot. Amycot is a blend of science and nature, according to the website, as it is found within seaweed. The antifungal activity of Amycot is due to enzyme action that destroys the fungal cell wall, eventually killing the fungus. And what that means for you? A healthy looking nail!
Comparative to other antifungal products available on the market, nailKalm is completely safe. Recent studies have shown a 92% success for the treatment of fungal nail and skin infections. Developed and researched in Melbourne, nailKalm is not available through your local Pharmacy, but is available and in stock at Pro Feet Podiatry.
If you are struggling with the signs of a fungal nail or skin infection, or if you have any questions, please feel free to contact any of our friendly podiatrists or myself at [email protected], or on 1300 173 382.