Fugacil Anti-Fungal Cream Review
Fugacil Anti-Fungal Cream uses an all natural nanomedicine technology designed to rapidly treat Ringworm, athlete’s foot, jock itch and nail infections. The manufacturer claims that this formula is clinically proven to combat the root of the fungus and is 5 times more effective than any other antifungal cream on the market. With any antifungal treatment, it is advisable to understand what ingredients the product has to eliminate fungus, in this review of Fugacil Anti-Fungal Cream we look at the facts to help you make an informed decision before purchasing this product.
- Purified Silver Nanoparticles – 20 ppm
- Melissa Officinalis (Lemon Balm Essential Oil) – 3X HPUS
- Melaleuca (Tea Tree Essential Oil) – 3X HPUS
- Astragalus Root Extract – 3X HPUS
- St John’s Wort
- Aloe Vera Leaf Juice
- Geranium Maculatum
- Hemp Seed Oil
- Shea Butter
- Vitamins A, C, and E
- Purified Water
Purified Silver Nanoparticles is known for its antibacterial properties, it inhibits the growth and spread of fungus enzymes. Lemon Balm Essential Oil is an antifungal and has anti-inflammatory properties that reduce swelling caused by fluids trapped in the tissue. Tea Tree Essential Oil soothes the skin and is also has antifungal properties. Astragalus Root Extract is known to have wound healing properties and reduces scarring.
Dispense the cream on to a cotton swab and apply it to the affected area when you feel an onset of symptoms associated with ringworm. If the infection is visible you should apply the cream 3 times a day until the skin has healed. Fugacil claims that the ointment should start taking effect within a day but there is no clinical proof to back up this claim. The manufacturer has also failed to mention how many weeks the product should be used for after the infection has disappeared. Most infections reoccur if the treatment is discontinued immediately after the symptoms have disappeared.
Fugacil Anti-Fungal Cream can be purchased directly online from the official website and retails for $65.00 for a 0.5 oz bottle. There is a risk-free trial option available for $29.95 but Fugacil has not mentioned if this automatically subscribes you to an auto-ship program or if this is just a one time offer. Consumers should always be cautious of these risk-free trials because the outcome is usually expensive hidden costs and shipping fees that you are liable for.
Fugacil offers a 90-day period in which consumers can return the product for a refund. There is no information provided on what condition the product needs to be returned in and if this applies to products that have already been used.
Fugacil Anti-Fungal Cream Review – The Bottom Line
Fugacil seems to provide some key ingredients that might help reduce the symptoms of ringworm, however, there is no clinical proof that the product works rapidly and effectively to ensure that the infection does not return. The manufacturer has made no effort to give clear and informative information that answers important questions you may have. There is no information on how the product works or how long you should continue using the product for. The information on the free trial and guarantee is also very vague. This product is very expensive considering that it has no groundbreaking ingredients that have proved to eliminate the root of the infection entirely. When looking at the testimonials from end users on third-party sites, we were disappointed to see how many consumers found this product to be ineffective, some even complained that it aggravated the symptoms even more. The bottom line is that without any clear information and social proof, we cannot recommend Fugacil Anti-Fungal Cream as an effective treatment for ringworm and advise consumers to find alternatives from reputable brands that are less expensive and informative about their ingredients, dosage, and guarantee.