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What is Loceryl Nail Lacquer?
Loceryl is an antifungal nail lacquer used specifically to treat fungal infections in nails. Its formulation contains amorolfine hydrochloride, an active ingredient that effectively inhibits the growth of a wide range of fungi, effectively combating the infection.
What is a fungal nail infection?
Fungal nail infections occur when the conditions are right for naturally-occurring fungi to overpopulate, typically in warm and moist environments. This may occur when the feet are hot and sweaty in shoes, if you walk barefoot in commonly infected areas such as locker rooms or communal showers, or if you have a weakened immune system. The result of fungal nail infections can include nail discolouration, thickening or distortion of the nail, nail pain when pressure is applied, and fragile or brittle nails.
How does Loceryl Nail Lacquer work?
Loceryl nail lacquer kit is an effective solution for nail fungus as it actively eliminates the fungal pathogens responsible for the infection. This antifungal nail lacquer creates a protective and waterproof film on the nail's surface. Its active ingredient, amorolfine, deeply penetrates the nail to target and eradicate the fungus in the nail bed.
How effective is Loceryl Nail Lacquer Kit?
Continue to use the Loceryl nail lacquer kit treatment until the infection has cleared and healthy nails have grown back.
Treated each week without any breaks, the nail infection should clear after 6 months for fingernails and 9 to 12 months for toenails.
After every three months of antifungal nail treatment, continue the treatment if the fungal nail infection is improving, and talk to your doctor if the infection is the same or has worsened.
Loceryl Nail Lacquer Instructions
The affected nail should be filed down as much as possible and cleaned with a swab to remove any grease.
Dip the applicator into the bottle of Loceryl nail lacquer, making sure not to wipe the lacquer off on the edge of the bottle before use.
Apply the antifungal nail treatment evenly on the entire affected nail with the provided applicator, once per week.
Allow the gel to dry for approximately 3 minutes before cleaning the applicator with the swab used before to clean the nails.
Be careful to not use the same nail file for both your infected and healthy nails, and avoid using artificial nails and nail varnish during the antifungal nail treatment.
When repeating the application process, remove the old lacquer and any nail varnish, and file the nail again if needed.
Loceryl Vs Curanail - Medicated Nail Lacquer Alternative
Loceryl and Curanail are the same branded antifungal nail lacquer product available in different sizes. The 3ml size is branded as Curanail, whilst the 5ml size is branded as Loceryl, but they are both the same 5% Amorolfine formula produced by dermatology specialists Galderma
At Pharmica, we offer a generic Amorolfine Medicated Nail Lacquer treatment, which is essentially the same antifungal nail lacquer treatment, with the generic medicine sold at a fraction of the cost but medically equivalent in its efficacy, quality, and strength.
How to avoid having a fungal nail infection again?
To prevent a recurrence of fungal nail infection after successfully treating it with Loceryl nail lacquer, it is recommended to take the following preventive measures:
- Wear clean socks every day.
- Maintain proper foot hygiene by keeping the feet clean and dry.
- Dispose of old or unwanted shoes.
- When using public facilities like gyms or pools, wear flip-flops to protect the feet.
Like all medicines, some people may experience side effects as a result of using Amorolfine, although these are rare.
- Rare side effects include nail damage, nail discolouration, fragile or brittle nails
- In very rare circumstances, you may experience a skin burning sensation.
If you experience any side effects of Curanail, talk to your doctor on the best course of action.
Always read the patient information leaflet before commencing treatment.
Important: We advise you to always read the patient information leaflet inside the medication box, as the generic medication may not always entirely match the patient information leaflet listed. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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Content last updated: 26 Oct 2023