Mycosan, the remedy against fungal nails

Mycosan is a product that can be used to treat and prevent fungal nails. We tested it and after two weeks of consistent use, a visible result can already be seen. The nail is less yellow and less thick. Unfortunately, after prolonged use, the nail is not completely healed. According to the doctor, this is because the nail bed is already affected.

What are fungal nails?

A fungal nail is a thickened and yellow colored nail. It occurs because a fungal infection affects the nail, after which abnormal keratinization occurs. The fungus settles in and under the nail. These are the same fungi that also cause athlete’s foot or athlete’s foot, namely Trichophyton rubrum and Trichophyton mentagrophytes. A fungal nail is not dangerous, but it is unsightly and can become painful. Especially when the nail starts to separate from the nail bed. A fungal nail does not go away on its own. It occurs in all age groups, but most commonly in the elderly and diabetics.

How does a fungal nail develop?

The fungus thrives best in a moist and warm environment. The fungus penetrates the irritated nail. So the nail is already irritated, which could be due to nail biting, shoes that are too tight, an athlete’s foot infection around it, or an accident that damaged the nail. If the patient is also diabetic or uses antibiotics, the risk of a fungal infection increases.

How do you use Mycosan?

Mycosan comes in a pen with a brush. With this brush the product can be distributed over the nail. The nail must be rubbed twice a day for at least four weeks. This period is followed by at least another six weeks during which the drug must be used once a day. After applying the nail polish, let the product work for one minute. You start filing two weeks after the start of the treatment. You do this once a week. Ten nail files are included for this purpose. After use, throw away the file. This is to prevent reinfection.

What is Mycosan made of?

The product contains aqua, lactobacillus rye ferment filtrate, pentylene glycol, dimethyl isosorbide, hydroxy ethyl cellulose.


  • Wash the feet daily with warm water and without soap.
  • Dry your feet thoroughly, including between the toes.
  • Use a different towel each time and wash the towel at 60 degrees.
  • Wear clean socks every day and wash them at 60 degrees.
  • Change shoes regularly and wear shoes that ventilate. Don’t go barefoot in your shoes. Then your shoes become infected.
  • Do not use nail polish. This closes the nail, causing it to heal poorly, and you also contaminate your other nails with the brush.
  • Clean the shower floor thoroughly every time after use. This is to prevent contamination of other family members.


When should you not use Mycosan?

Mycosan is not suitable for children under four years of age. If you are in doubt as to whether the condition is actually a fungal nail, consult your doctor first. Also contact your doctor if unexpected reactions occur.
In contrast to other products, Mycosan gives results fairly quickly. After the first filing you will actually see a difference. Fingernails take six months and toenails twelve months to completely renew themselves, so don’t give up too quickly. If the entire nail is affected, it can take up to a year before the fungal nail is really healed. This also means that you have to apply it consistently for a year. If the nail bed is also affected, Mycosan unfortunately does not offer a solution, Mycosan can be purchased at the drugstore.

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