All-Natural Nail Fungus Treatments
Safely eliminate nail fungus with these powerful treatments.
Fungal infections occur on both fingernails and toenails and affect roughly 24 to 36 million Americans. Left untreated, the infection may persist indefinitely, become painful, and eventually cause permanent nail damage.
Organic Medicine for Nail Fungus
Nail Fungus Control Regular Strength
Natural Treatment for Nail Fungus
Nail Fungus Control Extra Strength
Treat Fungus and Discolored Nails
Fungal CleanseMedicated Cleanser
A Medicated Face and Body Wash
Nail FungusCleanse and Treat
Kit for Treatment of Nail Fungus
Natural Nail Fungus Treatments
Forces of Nature offers you a safe, organic and certified remedy, Nail Fungus Control nail fungus treatment, which guarantees complete healing and elimination of both fingernail and toe nail fungal infection.
The natural toenail fungus treatment works in and under the nail to promote healing without side effects that cause damage to the skin. The Nail Fungus Control remedy is affordable and has no chemicals that can cause other health problems. It has pharmaceutical grade ingredients and is an approved over-the-counter fungal infection treatment that is both USDA certified as organic and FDA registered as a medicine.
Learn more about our our Nail Fungus products from company founder, Dr. Klapper.
What is Nail Fungus?
Nail fungal infections make up nearly half of all nail abnormalities, making it the most common nail disease. Fungal infections occur on both fingernails and toenails and affect roughly 24 to 36 million Americans. Infections usually appear as nail discoloration (a white or yellow spot). As the fungus spreads it may cause the discoloring of the nail, as well as thickening, or crumbled edges or even the loss of one's nail. Left untreated, the infection may persist indefinitely, become painful, and eventually cause permanent nail damage.
Although anyone can have nail fungus, it affects men more than women and the elderly more than the young.
What Causes Nail Fungus?
Fungi (microscopic organisms) cause nail fungus infections. These fungi thrive in warm, moist environments and do not need sunlight for survival. The most common group of fungi are dermatophytes. To a lesser extent, some molds and yeast also cause fungal infections.
Usually, infection occurs when fungi enter skin through tiny cuts or small gaps between the nail and nail bed. Other factors raising infection risk include:
- Blood circulation problems
- Genetics (family history of fungal infections)
- Heavy perspiration in the hands or feet
- Humid or moist work environment
- Tight, improperly vented footwear
- Walking barefoot in damp public places (e.g.: swimming pools, gyms)
- Injury or infection to the skin or nail (e.g.: psoriasis, athlete's foot)
- Weakened immune system (e.g.: diabetes, AIDS)