Does Kerasal Nail Really Work?


Does Kerasal Nail work?Kerasal Nail is designed to fix your nail problems and get your toes looking like the way they did before. If you’ve ever struggled trying to get rid of your nail fungus you know how hard it is to find a product that actually works, and what a waste of time lousy products can be. So does this one do the trick?

Overview
Nail fungus is a growing problem for many adults across the country, and the insidious part about it is that it can linger on for months or even years if left untreated. It also has a knack for being hard to get rid of once you’ve got it. While this product might not treat the actual fungus, it hits the root of the problem: the way it turns your toenails from healthy to unhealthy-looking.

The Claim
There are many claims surrounding Kerasal Nail, and the biggest of which is that they say in just a matter of weeks you can start to see improvement in the appearance of your nails. They claim that this is the case for more than two thirds of users, and that over time it will help bring your nail’s thickness back to regular size, and that your nails will start to show improvements in their color.

They say it works because the formula has been set up so that it goes through the nail, to the source of the problem. Rather than sitting on the top of the nail the way many other products do, this is a way to help attack the problem from the inside of the nail out, so that you’re not only treating the immediate appearance, but also what’s to come over the following weeks. They also say that you won’t have to worry about safety issues, that it doesn’t contain any preservatives, and that it doesn’t have an odor so you won’t have to worry about worsening the way your nails smell.

The Hype
There’s an infomercial behind this product that does its best to gross you out with pictures of fungus-filled toes, and then shows the “after” picture where they’re all cleared up and back to normal, or better than normal. It’s an obvious exaggeration, and even if it does work the way it’s depicted, it doesn’t do it instantly so there may be the misconception that this is a very fast-acting solution for fungal toes.

The Cost
You can get a 6 ounce bottle of Kerasal Nail for around $20, which should show pretty good strides in your nail’s appearance. It may require more than one supply of it in order to get the job done, depending on how far the problem has gotten. Keep in mind that this is in addition to what the prescription will cost to actually treat your toenail fungus, and how much your health care plan will and won’t cover of that treatment. For total removal of the problem, both visually and internally you will need to treat it with more than one product.

The Commitment
This is meant to be used over the long term, showing gradual results, and is not something that you should expect to work overnight, even though it is only acting on the appearance of your nail and not the actual fungus.

Evaluation
The overall majority of users report that it works, and works better than other products they’d previously tried. That’s an important factor because it means that it’s not just living up to its own claims, it is outdoing other products that are competing for your dollars.

Kerasal also makes a line-up of other foot care products, and the quality and effectiveness of them seems to be across the board, suggesting that they’re a company that produces quality products at reasonable prices. We’ve seen several companies like this, where they seem to continually get it right, but it’s a rare breed in the overall scheme of things. It’s always nice to see a company that is showing that they’re serious about sticking around for the long run.

Final Kerasal Nail Review

Kerasal Nail gets our Thumbs Up rating, with the odds being that you’re going to get rid of your unsightly situation once and for all, and have a nice secret weapon in case it decides to try to come back on you. You must realize that this is an aesthetic product only, and is not trying to treat the underlying problem, which you should see your doctor about. They will prescribe you with a prescription so that you can fight the cause behind the problem.

Our Recommendation
This is definitely a foot fungus product that you’ll want to try. In all likelihood it will be the last on you need to get to solve the problem of ugly toenails, but for the best fix you should use it in conjunction with a prescription. Worst case scenario you’ve only spent a small amount to take the chance at picking the right product to improve your toe’s appearance and allow you to wear sandals and other open-toe footwear.

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Patti Haner July 24, 2013 at 7:19 am

I am a 65 yr old female. My toenails have
Rapidly been getting terribly thick over the
Past 7-8 yrs. I use a walk- in shower &
It is impossible to soak my nails enough
For them to soften enough to be able to
Clip them without them cracking. For that
Reason I had to buy a foot soaker & THEN
Trim my nails. This got to be a lot of trouble
Then I saw your Kerasal Nail Softner on
T.V. I bought a tube-used it for 3 nights &
To my SURPRISE, after the 3rd use I was
Able to clip my nails WITHOUT ANY
SPLITTING AT ALL…..KERASAL IS
WONDERFUL!!! Thank You!!

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Andrew July 6, 2014 at 5:38 pm

You’re such a liar, Patti. I’m going to assume you’re on their payroll. The actual nail is a dead protein. The only way to change your nail’s appearance and physical characteristics is to let a new, healthy one grow back. 3 days; what a ridiculous claim. What a liar. I hope they pay you well for your lies, you lying liar.

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JLO1965 July 12, 2014 at 8:22 pm

I’ve used this product for a week. It does seem to have changed the appearance of my nail . I can see through it and what part of the nail has fungus is almost white. The nail soften does work. I used that previous to the fungal treatment. Have you even tried these products Andrew ? Correctly and following the instructions? I;m a 49 year old woman in disability. I was at my wits end. The product is pricey but it works..

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kcp July 21, 2014 at 3:28 am

Andrew – I understand your skepticism. I too am a sceptic about these kinds of products–there’s a lot of snake oil out there. I know that Kerasal does not cure toe fungus, but I have to say that after three weeks using it, the tissue under my nail has softened to the point I’m able to scrape much of it out and the color of my nails has improved. No panacea, but an obvious improvement. Downside–it’s not cheap to use especially if all toenails, like mine, are affected.

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Milton Q A August 13, 2014 at 12:07 am

For many year’s (10 Yr) I have toenails fungus ,for all of those years I used all kind products which you cant find in the pharmacies. .And none of them ,have given Me results.Two months ago I saw the Advertisement on TV of *KERASAL NAIL( anti fungus medicine).I begin to use it (KN) After the third week ,,I saw incredible results. My fungus are disappearing My nails look much better and I feel very happy. Thank You very much KERASAL NAIL. for the Exellent product you have.

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Joe H August 26, 2014 at 4:12 am

I have fungus on both big toes and a few others. I’ve had it for 20 years at some level, but it got bad a few years back. The nails are somewhat thick, but not deformed or discolored. They are white where there is fungus damage. Mostly I have cut them back to where they detach from the nailbed, so that I can get antifungal drops as close to the infection as possible. For most of my nails, the infection is not way back in, but for some it is.

Last year I happened to get both big toes bashed, and lost both. They grew back healthy, but got fungus again a few months later.

I started using Kerasal Nail 2 months ago. I use it every night. I immediately noticed that my nails became less shiny and more flexible, almost soft. They are easier to cut and are less brittle. I attribute this to chemicals (like the sodium hydroxide) working to dissolve away some of the protein and calcium in the nails.

However, my infection has not changed much, despite using an antifungal liquid twice a day for two months (in conjunction with the Kerasal Nail once a day). My toes don’t look anything like the awful examples in the ads. I just have white stuff underneath, which I scrape out, and recently I have cut away the nail in those areas for better medicine access. But, in two months I would have hoped for some grow-out of the infected areas, but I have seen none. It creeps in at the rate the nail grows out.

Also, I wonder about whether the strong chemicals in Kerasal Nail could interact with or destroy the medicine I apply at the same time. I wish someone professional (pharmacist? doctor?) could address this.

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anna October 6, 2014 at 4:56 am

I have been using kerasal nail and my pinky toe nail got so soft it came off. My big toe pulls away like wants to come off also. Is this normal? Nothing I have read tells me that is normal.

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ubaldo November 7, 2014 at 3:14 am

I have been using kerasalnail on my thumbnail for about 11 months now and it has not done a thing just make it so my nail continues to be detached from the bed about more than half of my nail and it’s still an ugly yellow and miss shaped this product does not work

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