Ingredients in Zetaclear Nail Fungus Relief Homeopathic Spray

Antimonium Curdum 200C: Used to treat painful sensibility of the skin under the nails, and slow growth of the nails themselves. Also treats horny growths on and under the nails and discoloration.

Arsenicum Album 200C: Used to treat discolored nails, as well as skin conditions and warts.

Mancinella 30C: From the milk of the Caribbean manchineel tree (Hippomane mancinella) mancinella is effective against bluish discoloration of fingernails and burning, tingling and dryness in soles of feet.

Nitricum Acidum 30C: Also used to treat chilblains, Nitricum relieves cramp-like pains, stinging or shooting pains, burning, pressure, and soreness. Also effective in treating profuse sweating of hands and feet, rough skin on hands and white spots on nails.

Sulphur 12X: Has antiseptic and antipsoric (anti-itch) poperties. Used for centuries to treat various fevers and illnesses, Sulphur has also been used for nail ulcers, swelling and inflammation of points of fingers, painful corns, and hot, itchy feet.

Thuja Occidentalis 200C (Arbor Vitæ): Useful in reducing warts, hangnails, brittle, soft or crumbling nails, and chilblains on toes.

Inactive Ingredients: Alcohol 20% v/v, Purified water.

Apply a small amount of Zetaclear Nail Gel to the center of the nail, spread gel around the nail with the applicator tip. Apply additional gel under the tip of the nail if possible, then immediately cover nail with a waterproof or regular bandaid. Don't remove the bandaid until you next bathe or shower. After bathing, dry nail well, reapply the gel and a new bandaid and continue this process, rather than the twice-daily applications and no bandaid. The bandaid will keep the gel moist on the nail around the clock permitting faster results.

Be careful that the bandaid doesn't move or slide around the toe. If this occurs, replace with a new bandaid after applying more gel.

Be sure to scrape out any softened keratin debris every other day from under the thickened part of your nail and gently sand the flat surface of your nail with an emery board once or twice a week.

Look for improvement in your nail's appearance in about 4 weeks. Nails will look better as the keratin debris is broken down and softened by the gel.

Ingredients in Zetaclear Clear Nails Solution

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Tea Tree Oil

Since before recorded history, the aboriginals of Australia have used tea made from the leaves of the Melaleuca tree to help promote healthy skin. This is how the name "tea tree" came to be.

Today, it is prepared commercially by steam distillation of the leaves. Tea tree oil contains constituents called terpenoids, which help promote healthy nails.

Wikipedia states "Tea tree oil has been recognized as a potent antiseptic in Australia anecdotally for much longer than there has been scientific evidence. However, recent studies support a role for tea tree oil in skin care."

Tea tree oil should not be put into the mouth or swallowed. Keep out of reach of children. Even small amounts taken internally can cause severe rash, abdominal pain, diarrhea, lethargy, drowsiness, inflammation of the corners of the mouth, slow or uneven walking, confusion or coma.

The tea tree oil in Zetaclear Solution is diluted with carrier oils to prevent skin rash or irritation. Pregnant and nursing mothers should consult with their health professional before using.

Almond Oil

Humans have had a long and happy relationship with almonds since 3000-2000 BC. In fact, almonds were found in Tutankhamen's tomb (C. 1325 BC) in Egypt.

The almond is a small, deciduous tree growing about four to nine meters high. In the spring it blooms with beautiful pink or white flowers before the leaves appear. Although native to Southwest Asia, it can grow and ripen fruit as far north as the British Isles.

Sweet almond oil is used topically to moisturize dry skin, soothe chapped lips, and relieve itching due to dryness. It's not greasy and is absorbed quickly. It generally does not irritate skin and does not appear to cause sensitization that many lead to allergic reactions.

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba is a shrub native to southern Arizona, southern California, and northwestern Mexico. For centuries Native Americans used the oil from the precious jojoba seeds to promote skin health.

The seed, about the size of a black olive, is almost 50% oil. Chemically, the oil is very similar to human sebum (the oil we naturally secrete from our skin glands), which is useful to prevent moisture loss from our skin.

Jojoba oil has been in commercial production since 1970. It is used primarily, at this time, for skin care.

Because of its very high flash point, research is being done into the possibility of using jojoba oil as a source of fuel.

Vitamin E Oil

*Vitamin E is a well-known antioxidant. When it is applied topically, your body absorbs it.

Vitamin E oil is often used to reduce the appearance of scars and blemishes, but at this time, research is inconclusive.

Lemongrass Oil

If you like Asian food, you've probably eaten lemongrass. It's used in curry dishes, sauces, soups, and to flavor tea. It's also used in baked breads, and candy. Lemongrass is used in perfumery, and as soothing aromatherapy.

One common use of lemongrass, also called citronella, is in candles to discourage mosquitoes.

Undecylenic Acid

Undecylenic acid is an organic fatty acid derived from natural castor oil.

Uundecylenic acid is thought to promote healty skin.

Clove Oil

Cloves were grandmother's old remedy for toothache, and in fact, cloves are a natural analgesic, and oil of cloves is used by some dentists today.

Wikipedia reports that clove oil is also used in an all natural herbicide called "Perfectly Natural Weed and Grass Killer", and is very effective at killing many types of plants.