Xenna NonyX Nail Gel - 4 oz
Breaks down and removes yellow or darkened keratin debris under nails. Improves nail color and clarity for healthy-looking toenails and fingernails. With regular use, keeps nails clear and healthy-looking. Safe, even for diabetics. No preservatives. Used by podiatrists. Paraben-free. Not tested on animals.
Directions: Apply one or two drops twice daily to the surface of discolored nails and under the edge of the nail. Spread the gel out over the nail surface with the applicator tip. For best results, always apply after bathing. After 3 to 6 weeks gently scrape out any softened keratin debris from under your nails with a manicure tool. Overall nail appearance will improve in the weeks and months that follow. Continue daily application for a total of 6 to 12 months or until all keratin debris is removed. To keep nails looking clear and attractive, use daily, especially after bathing. If using nail polish, apply a smooth coat of gel to bare nails, let dry then polish. Apply gel under nail tips daily and follow directions above.
Ingredients: Deionized Water; Ethanoic Acid; Xanthan Gum; Fragrance
Warnings: For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid eye contact. This product contains an eye irritant. If eye contact occurs, flush with cool water immediately.
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