Fungal Nail Treatment, Canespro, Perfect Pedicure
Beauty and Fashion

The Perfect Pedicure

I’ve never had a pedicure because I’ve had a massive problem with my feet since I was about eleven. I went on holiday with my family to Spain and we had a great time. I was in and out of the pool the whole week we were away but towards the end of the trip I caught my toe in some pool wire that was seperating the deep end from the shallow end. It got embedded under my nail on my big toe and since then has been the cause of so many issues. I’ve tried so many treatments to try and sort it out, going to the doctors, medication, treatment but every year I seem to have another problem with it. It’s so frustrating. I was given the chance to try a new product and challenge Canespro’s 21 Day Challenge to help finally combat the infection. 21 days I thought, I could do this! Many other treatments required six to eight weeks of application and I’m so forgetful that they never worked. 21 days seemed really manageable and I wanted to give it a go. It promises that after 21 days you’ll no longer have to paint over the infection and it will be gone for good.

Put Your Best Foot Forward This Summer 

…with Canespro’s 21 Day Challenge

As we embrace summer outfits and start to bare a little more, we are quick to pay more attention to our skin whether this is tanning, moisturising or sun protection, but how much attention do we pay to our toenails?

There are many problems that you can face with your feet, Dina Gohil, Mayfair Podiatrist to the stars says: “Most common foot problems seen on a daily basis would be: bunions, plantar fasciitis, corns, cullus (otherwise known as hard skin) verrucae, ingrown toe nails and fungal nails”

One problem that can cause people to cover up their nails this summer is fungal nail, with 1 in 10 people suffering1 from the condition and 1 in 5 feeling so self-conscious of their infection that they even refuse to walk barefoot in their own home2.

However, one of difficulties can be knowing when you have a fungal nail infection, Dina comments: “Most people are unaware what a fungal nail looks like. Misconceptions being they only appear as severely discoloured and crumbly. Early stages of Fungal nails may just start with a simply discolouration and no change in texture of the nail.”.

If you want to stop painting over your Fungal Nail Infection this summer, take action with Canespro Fungal Nail Treatment Set and their 21 Day Challenge.

Perfect Pedicure, Removing Fungal Nail Infections

Canespro has a clinically proven mode of action to remove the infected part of the nail in 2-3 weeks (14-21 days). £29.99, Tesco, Supermarkets & Pharmacies Nationwide. Canespro have a printable 21 Day Calendar online to help keep you motivated to get rid of your fungal nail in time for summer.

Dina continues: “Fungal nails are not likely to clear without any intervention. There are several options but first be sure it is a fungal infection; see a podiatrist and they can advise you further. Once the nail infection has been established home remedies as well as over the counter treatment options are favoured in conjunction with regular visits to the podiatrist for maintenance”

Application of this particular cream is really easy you simply soak your feet and the nail that requires treatment. You then dry throughouly, apply the cream and cover with the provided plaster. The next evening you remove the plaster, soak the feet again and use the provided tool to remove parts of the softened nail then you do the same thing again for 21 days. A pretty simple progress. One I’m relieved to say didn’t cause any pain and I was so surprised at how quickly the treatment started to work. The product really worked and even though it took me a little longer to complete the treatment – more because sometimes I forgot and sometimes I just didn’t have time for that foot soak but it removed all of the infected part of the nail.

The first few days were a really nice treat of using my foot spa so it was really nice to just sit back and pamper whilst reading a book. After soaking and having a quick scrape (sounds worse than it felt, honestly) I would pop the cream on, the plaster and a clean pair of socks before going about my day. After the first week I saw a massive difference in my nail because so much had been removed. The cream does wonders for really softening it down alongside the regular soaking. Using the product really started giving me a bit of confidence back and I thought finally with summer just around the corner I can wear flip flops again, I can get that perfect pedicure, I can paint them pretty colours again.

Fungal nail infections aren’t really something we want to be talking about but I’m so pleased there are some non-invansive treatments that really help to get rid of the problem that are virtually painless. Once the infection is gone it’s important to keep the nails as healthy as possible and who wouldn’t want a regular bit of TLC? Give yourself a foot soak from time to time, get that perfect pedicure to keep you feeling fresh and if you have concerns about fungal nail treatment then go with a product that works. The 21 Day Challenge is easy to follow and gives you fast results which is the quickest I’ve seen with this type of product.

Disclaimer: I received this treatment in exchange for this feature. All opinions are my own.

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Kat Candyfloss

Hi I'm Kayleigh, a family, lifestyle and travel blogger based in Hampshire, UK. I love writing, reading and cooking. I spend all my money on holidays and creating awesome memories for me and my family.

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