|Product Score*:||89.3 / 100|
|Active Ingredient||Undecylenic Acid, 10%|
|Means of Nail Penetration||Tea Tree Oil|
* Based on aggregated user reviews. Not a scientific study of product efficacy. Results may vary.
Dermisil is a topical fungus treatment, which may also reduce the side effects that go along with nail fungus. While it is a quality product, it does require a longer period of treatment than other products and does not contain known active ingredients. Dermisil is absorbed through the nail to target fungus from the bottom out. There have been few reports indicating the scent associated with Dermisil is undesirable.
Dermisil’s formula contains tree oil and lemon grass oil among its’ core ingredients. Dermisil also contains extracts of Cybopogon citrates and Melaleuca alterfifolia as inactive ingredients. Ingredient Comparison Chart »
Clean the foot or hand of the infected nail with an antibacterial soap and allow ample time to air dry. Clip any exposed infected nail and file down the tops and side of the infected nail. Use an applicator brush or cotton swab to apply Dermisil evenly on the nail. Apply Dermisil twice a day as suggested on the label.
i tried to remain optimtimistic, so i continued to use this even after the 3 month wait and honestly saw no changed at all
My friend used this and said it worked for her. I gave it a try for a long time and saw little to no results, so i guess it works for some people but not all
wasnt what i was looking for
I have heard of this stuff working for other people but it just didnt do the job for me, made my nails look less gross but didnt take away the fungus completely