FungiCure Anti-Fungal Liquid Review
When writing this FungiCure review, we learned that this product is billed as a natural remedy to help manage fungus. It does this by using one particular ingredient, Undecylenic Acid, which is applied over a long period of time to better combat the fungus. However, does it actually work as described? We took a look to figure it out!
The most important ingredient in FungiCure is Undecylenic Acid (25%). This acid is fairly common in natural fungus treatments and is considered to be a very safe option, especially when compared to other fungus treatments. It has been shown to be effective against many different types of fungus, making it stand out amongst the competition that might only treat one or two successfully, or sometimes none at all. In fact, Undecylenic Acid has been shown to kill six of the common fungi that cause these infections. The other ingredients found in this product are:
- Vitamin E
- Purified Water
- Isopropyl Alcohol
The Aloe and Vitamin E are there to promote healthy nails and to provide a soothing relief. The fragrance, purified water, hypromellose, and isopropyl alcohol are all inert.
When using FungiCure, you should first wash the affected area and then dry thoroughly. Afterward, you should apply a thin layer of the product over the area that has been affected using the applicator brush. Allow to dry. This should be done twice a day, or follow your doctor’s instructions. The manufacturer states that this product will not be useful for treating nail fungus, and if the fungus has spread to your nails, you should consult a doctor.
Because FungiCure is sold by many different retailers, both online and in brick-and-mortar stores, the price will always vary. However, the average price that you will probably pay is $10-$12. This may or may not include the shipping fee if bought online; some sellers offer free shipping, and others don’t. Likewise, finding a good discount might be difficult, because of the many different retailers.
Possible Side Effects
FungiCure’s side effects appear to be rare, but, when they happen, they can be severe. These include peeling skin, hives, itching, rash, redness of skin, skin inflammation, skin irritation, and skin blisters.
Though we looked throughout the web, not just on FungiCure’s Amazon page, we could not find any evidence that there is a guarantee of any kind. This includes a quality guarantee, which shows that the product has the highest quality ingredients; a guarantee that the product will work as advertised; as well as a money-back guarantee if you aren’t satisfied.
FungiCure Review – The Bottom Line
Our review of FungiCure is fairly mixed, as are the reviews on Amazon. There are good points about this product such as it contains the maximum percentage of undecylenic acid and the lower price. However, there are several troubling issues. The first of these issues is that there is no guarantee of any kind. You might also experience severe side effects when using this product. There is also no set price; you might pay more than you should. Because of that, this might be a product to skip.