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Anonymous

Nonyx nail gel.
This stuff actually worked. I have to share.

First, let me make it clear. I have nothing to gain from mentioning this product other than a clear conscience. I am not connected in any way to the company that makes this product.

I'm back on this site because it was one of the few places of hope for someone looking for an alternative to super-expensive prescriptions that aren't covered by insurance. This costs $20-$30 for a bottle and it worked!

Recap of my saga
I had nail fungus for years. It was especially bad on my right big toe. It drove me crazy because I couldn't get rid of it. I had trimmed off the dead part of the nail just because I couldn't take the discomfort of a partially detached nail. It was disgusting. I never wore sandals and being on the beach was horrifying. I couldn't even really enjoy a massage.

After wasting way too much money on a prescription that didn't work and might, I turned to the internet like I do for so many other things.

This site was a big help in inspiring me to try something new. I started out my new regimen with a vinegar wash, application of tea tree oil and finished up with mentholatum rub, covered with white socks at night. I was determined so I tried the combo.

The regimen seemed to be barely helping. It was wearing me out after a couple months so I decided to go back to the store. I don't know what made me try this product. I'd tried others from the store before and they didn't do anything at all. So luck of the draw, this one worked.

I would feel guilty if I didn't share this, knowing there is so much frustration out there.

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Doris

I googled NONEX and it contains a derivative of Vinegar. I did use it for a while but found it not to be effective at all. Different strokes.

Anonymous

Nonyx contains ethanoic acid which is acetic acid that is contained in vinegar.

Anonymous

I rink to come back twice you trying to sell that magic solution.

Elmer

It is a seller scam. You already said this sales pitch before.

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