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Canespro Fungal Nail Treatment Set


Price: £29.50 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Canespro set consists of: One 10g urea ointment tube (40% urea) - 22 specially designed waterproof plasters - One plastic scraper
  • Step 1 Canespro Urea Ointment is first placed on the infected nail. This selectively softens the parts of the nail infected by fungus, leaving the healthy parts intact.
  • Step 2 Then, plasters are used to cover the Canespro Urea Ointment applied to the nail.
  • Step 3 After 24 hours, remove the plaster, soak the foot in the shower or bath and use the scraper to remove the softened parts of the infected nail.
  • This treatment process should be done on a daily basis and continued until no more infected parts of the nail can be removed. This usually takes just 2-3 weeks, depending on the extent of the fungal nail infection and the thickness of the nail.
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Product Description

NEW Canespro Fungal Nail Treatment Set - shortest fungal nail treatment - treat for only 2-3 weeks. New & unique fungal nail treatment from the makers of Canesten®. Treat only for 2-3 weeks to get rid of the infected parts of the nail. Clinically proven to be effective, with visible changes to the treated nails within a few days of application New Canespro Fungal Nail Treatment offers the shortest treatment for mild to moderate fungal nail infection. It is suitable for toe and finger nails. The urea ointment selectively softens the parts of the nail infected by the fungus, leaving healthy parts of the nail intact. The plasters are used to cover the urea ointment applied to the nail. The scraper is used to remove the softened infected parts of the nail. Treatment with Canespro urea ointment should be carried out carefully every day and should be continued until no more infected parts of the nail can be removed. This usually takes 2-3 weeks, depending on the extent of the fungal nail infection and the thickness of the nail. After the infected parts of the nail are removed, follow on treatment with an antifungal cream is recommended which is available from your pharmaci

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 82 g
  • ASIN: B00D431UPO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 31 May 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 517 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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3.4 out of 5 stars

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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Steven James Williams on 29 Oct. 2013
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There's definitely a difference to my nails using this and its the best I've found so far, but I just think mine are so bad it will take a lot longer than the product advertises to cure them totally. I also had the problem of wearing the plasters supplied giving me blisters which didn't help matters. I think it's okay for small patches, but if you're whole nail is infected then it'll take more than one of these kits to cure it.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By judy on 30 Aug. 2013
After only using this product for a week I can already see a massive difference on my nails the fungal has completely gone and finally looks like a normal nail! I will continue to use for the rest of the recommended time but already happy with the outcome, I've tried different treatments in the past but nothing has worked. This has really worked for me and would recommend to anyone else. :)
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57 of 64 people found the following review helpful By M. Grove on 18 Oct. 2013
After nearly 6 years trying to get rid of a fungal toe nail infection and spending in excess of £200 on products like Scholl Fungal Nail Treatment, Clearzal-Bac, Curanail, Fungi Nail plus a couple of American imports I finally feel that this product is doing something, I purchased from Boots for £29.95 as it was not available on Amazon at the time.

I followed the instructions and soaked my foot every morning (by leaving the plug in while I had a shower) then applying the ointment with a cotton bud, after 4 days I noticed that the infected parts of the nail were lifting, by a week 90% of the infected nail had fallen off and by the end of week two 90% of my big toe nail had fallen off and I was left with just a small uninfected bit of nail at the bottom, I continued applying the urea ointment until all the enclosed the plasters had gone (21 days) and I also applied some anti-fungal cream to the part of the toe with no nail after it had fallen off (apply Urea ointment first then use other half of the cotton bud to apply anti-fungal cream to part of toe where nail has fallen off and cover whole toe with large plaster enclosed), I am now 6 weeks on and the nail is beginning to grow back slowly. I am still applying Canesten Bifonazole once daily anti-fungal cream (available at Amazon approx £3.50 or Boots for £6.50) every day and covering with a plaster which I will continue doing for some time.

So far this treatment has been brilliant, its easy to apply, surprisingly painless and it actually seems to be doing something unlike all the lacquer type treatments available, it is expensive and you also need to buy anti-fungal cream but as long as you soak, apply and cover every morning you will see a result in a few days but don't forget to also apply anti fungal cream to the toe where the infected nail has fallen off until the nail grows back.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By L. Law on 21 Oct. 2013
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The product did what it said it would. My nails gradually disappeared to be replaced with healthy nails which are growing without signs of fungal nail infection. The whole process was painless. Looking forward to wearing sandals next year.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Flame Standish on 26 July 2014
Purchased this 9 days ago (from a seller on eBay, which arrived in amazon packaging *looks like I got scamazon'd*).

I had a really bad discoloured toenail on my big toe (right foot), it was confirmed by my chiropodist that is wasn't a fungal nail infection and just discolouration of the nail (IF ANYONE WANTS TO BUY THIS STUFF, MAKE SURE YOU CHECK THIS!! It is important). I got a second opinion from my GP, they said it WAS a fungal infection and prescribed me with some stuff called Locreyl (can't spell it!) 5%. After using this stuff, no result at all. Nothing, waste of time!. I have now come to the conclusion that I think the nail is 'dead' at the top and the 'deadness' has spread down to the root. Please keep reading.

That was 6 months ago. I purchased this Canespro stuff and have been applying it as it says or the last 9 days. Although finding it irritating as the packet didn't come with any sort of spreading tool to cover the nail. I've had to use rolled up kitchen cloth to apply it evenly (I even used my finger to spread it a few times).
The first few days I was just using the sharp edge tool (which is supplied in the pack) to scrap the top layer of nail. At the 4th day I began to cut the 'dead' nail away again using the sharp tool (like a knife action) to cut the nail down. The next day I cut deeper... And so on. It began to get sore around the 6th day, I had to use a bag of ice on my toe before I applied more ointment for a few minutes. Also, I used the pointed part to go down the sides of my big toe nail and removed the spikey part (I used to have major problems with ingrown toenails and always had a spike which dug in now and again). Which dug into the sides of my toe skin.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By MicSharp on 27 Sept. 2014
This is 40% urea cream which you can buy a lot cheaper if you search urea cream. It works by removing the affected part of the nail in 1-2 weeks. You need to soak the feet for 5 mins, dry, apply the cream and cover with a plaster 4 24 hours. - respect and file/ scrape the nail regularly. LCN cream is much cheaper - sold for chapped skin. The canespro product does not come with an antifungal cream ( which should be used after until the new heathy nail grows out any residual damaged nail. Still on the grow out stage - but the LCN cream had removed most of the infected nail so I am hopeful.
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