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Emtrix Solution for Treatment of Nail Fungal Infections (10 mL)

Emtrix Solution for Treatment of Nail Fungal Infections (10 mL)

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Description: Emtrix is a liquid nail solution recommended for the local treatment of toenail and fingernail fungal infections. It contains 2 active ingredients, urea and lactic acid, which combine to treat nail fungal infections, while also softening and smoothening nails that have become brittle or thick, as a result of the infection. This liquid nail solution comes in a 10 mL plastic tube with a silicone pinpoint tip to facilitate application to the nail.

Recommended Use:

  • For local treatment of fingernail and toenail fungal infections. Helps to reduce growth of certain fungi known to cause fingernail and toenail infections.
  • Duration of treatment varies according to the initial severity of the condition, but in many cases 3 to 6 months of treatment may be required to achieve acceptable results.

Directions for Adults Aged 18+:

  • Using the silicone pinpoint tip, apply a thin layer of the solution to the affected nail once per day and be sure to also apply the solution under the free edge of the nail.
  • Allow the nail to dry for a few minutes and thoroughly wash any excess solution from unaffected skin areas, including your hands.

Medicinal Ingredients:

  • Urea 20%
  • Lactic Acid 10%

Non-medicinal Ingredients:

  • Propylene glycol
  • Sodium hydroxide
  • Water

Risk Information:

  • See patient information leaflet for warnings and precautions.
  • Store at 15 to 25 degrees Celsius in a dry area. Product can be refrigerated.
  • Protect from sunlight and freezing.
  • Keep out of reach and sight of children.

Product NPN: 80032726. Please read labels and package inserts for all product details. Always read and follow labels and package inserts before use. Results may vary.

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