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FlexiNail utilizes a blend of natural oils, organic based botanical ingredients and specially developed scientific compounds to create a product we unconditionally guarantee for full 100 days.

FlexiNail is actually two products in one:

  • Second, FlexiNail was designed to penetrate. While the skin will readily absorb a hydrating complex, the nail is made of keratin and very difficult to penetrate its protective barrier. Without this unique penetrating design, even the best ingredients used in isolation in FlexiNail would be unable to do what they were designed to do. Instead, the nail does absorb FlexiNail and the result is absolutely stunning, gorgeous nails!
  • Absolutely frustrated with the thick, ugly, black or yellow symptoms of Nail Fungus?

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    Brush on FlexiNail at least once a day to the nail, cuticle, base and underside (extending past the finger) of each nail. Brush on a thin coat as you would apply a nail polish and let it sit for a few minutes if possible. Then, simply massage in any excess solution with your thumb and finger. There is no need to wipe off any excess solution.

    FlexiNail is most effective when applied to clean nails that have been dry for at least one hour. If possible, apply FlexiNail before other creams or lotions you may use. When first starting to use FlexiNail or if your hands are frequently in water, apply two or more times daily if possible (or at night and let it completely be absorbed).

    FlexiNail Fungus Relief for Toes Usage: Simply brush on FlexiNail Fungus Relief for Toes as you would a nail polish. Apply to each of you nails daily (two to three times a day if possible). It will not harden on the nail, so leave it on for

    a few minutes if you can and then simply wipe away or rub in any excess. You will experience better results if you apply to nails that have been out of water for an hour - so try not to apply after a bath or shower if possible.

    Caution. To avoid irritation, keep fingers away from eyes immediately after applying FlexiNail (ie. putting in or taking out contact lenses etc).

    Important FlexiNail usage considerations

    FlexiNail works by penetrating into the nail and nourishing the cuticle. To ensure penetration, you need dry hands and you need to let FlexiNail soak in.

    • Water. Nails exposed to water are often trouble nails - ask anyone that washes their hands multiple times a day (nurses, hygienists, swimmers, etc). It is important to apply FlexiNail to nails that ideally have not been exposed to water for at least half an hour (showers, baths, swimming, even hand washing). The water works to repel the FlexiNail and much less gets absorbed into the nail.
  • Letting it soak in. Don't be neat applying FlexiNail. Brush on a thin coat quickly over your nails and on your cuticles. If you can, leave it there for a while before rubbing in any of the excess. Don't be afraid to leave it on for 5 or even 10 minutes if you have the time. Some people apply a thin coat right at bedtime and let it completely penetrate and soak in. Don't worry about it every time, but when you can, let it soak in.
  • The short answer is, it depends how bad your nails are to start.

    Initial cuticle results will begin to be noticeable almost right away and within a few short days you will likely notice other changes as well. Full results, however, will NOT happen overnight (be very cautious about any product that claims it can). The best (sustainable) results occur when the nail matrix (the source of new nail growth under the cuticle) absorbs the conditioner complex. This new nail growth then has FlexiNail from the very start. It then takes several months for it to completely grow out to the end of your fingertip (finger nails tend to grow about 0.1 mm per day). Once you get through this initial period of getting that new growth to the end of your finger, your patience will be rewarded with nails that are dramatically improved.

    It will improve the nail that is already there, but it is far more effective and easier to have the nail under the cuticle form with FlexiNail from the start, than trying to dramatically change a nail that is already in bad shape.

    The official INCI (ingredient nomenclature): Simmondsia Chinensis, Glycine Soja, Carthamus Tinctorius, Helianthus Annuus, Squalane, Ethoxydiglycol, Vitis Vinifera, Argania Spinosa, Limnanthes Alba, Phytantriol, Oenothera Biennis, Lecithin, Tocopheryl Acetate, Butyrospermum Parkii, Rosmarinus Officinalis, Commiphora Myrrha, Bosweillia Carterii, Tocopherol, Propylene Glycol, Diazolidinyl Urea, Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate, Fragrance, Phenoxyethanol

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