"I've seen doctors for toenail paronychia on two of my toes throughout the years, and each time they've given me a new diagnosis and course of therapy—and none of these expensive impressions were successful. Things are going nicely now that I'm taking this relief oil. It is fairly simple to apply and seems to be drying the paronychia and the nail at the same time. It's one of the only treatments I've used that has at least somewhat changed the appearance of my nails." - Jillian Henderson
Shea butter, Clove oil, Eugenol, Red myrrh alcohol, Thyme extract, and Tocopherol (vitamin E) work well to speed up the healing of diseased nails and weaken any fungus that may already be present.Paronychia is a difficult condition to treat since it necessitates the elimination of the initial infection and the defense of newly-grown regions against reinfection. The delivery of potent antifungal/ anti bacterial drugs into the nails may be enhanced by the use of the following components: The preparation can be used to treat paronychia since it exhibits keratolytic and moisture-retention properties.