|Product Score*:||96.7 / 100|
|Active Ingredient||Undecylenic Acid, 10%|
|Nail Penetration||Tea Tree Oil|
* Based on aggregated user reviews. Not a scientific study of product efficacy. Individual results may vary.
Editor Review: ZetaClear
ZetaClear is a two step system for treating nail fungus infections. It claims that it’s intended use is not only for treatment of active infections, but also to prevent recurring infections. They suggest that in extreme cases, covering the affected nail with a bandage or some other covering after applying the topical application. This may speed up the process by allowing the area to stay moistened and undisturbed. In some cases, reported positive results may be seen within as little as four to six weeks although there are no recorded clinical studies to substantiate this claim<span style=”color: red;”>*</span>.
<span style=”color: red;”>*</span>Individual results may vary.
The most common complaint concerning ZetaClear is it’s price. There are mixed reviews all over the internet questioning the legitimacy of ZetaClear’s results. Our Zetaclear review is based on the ingredient makeup, comments, reports, guarantees, price and other contributing factors. ZetaClear is ranked #2 in our rankings. This product is only surpassed by the value and consistency provided by Funginix and NailRENEW.
It is important to note that ZetaClear is often offered as a controversial affiliate product, which may skew the perception of the review on other websites. We are not an affiliate of ZetaClear.
Tea tree oil, Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil, Supplement E Oil, Lemongrass Oil, Undecylenic Acid and Clove Oil. For a comprehensive breakdown comparing this product to other leading nail fungus treatments, consider this Ingredient Comparison Chart »
Thoroughly apply the solution with the attached brush applicator three times a day, or as directed by label. Additional homeopathic spray is optional and should be sprayed directly underneath the tongue. ZetaClear is among the only products on the market that include the homeopathic spray. It is our opinion that the active ingredients found in the topical ointment alone will help with nail fungus, in particular the concentration of Undecylenic Acid.
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Zeta Clear DOES NOT WORK
Been using Zeta Clear exactly according to directions for more than 4 months with absolutely no effect. Don't buy it. I wasted my money on a 6 mo. supply - return policy is 90 days - not enough time to see if it's working.
Scam - Dont waste your money
This product is a scam do not waste your money on it.
the customer service is a sham as well - they do not respond nor do they honor their commitments
Although overpriced, this product works. The oral spray is a sham (i think), but the formula contains antifungal ingredients.
This is a good treatment but bulk orders cost a lot more than Funginix. One bottle = a month and unless you have a mild case you're going to need most of two to treat properly and be on the safe side.
Zetaclear works. I was skeptical because there are a ton of reviews online ranging from "scam" to "miracle". full disclosure, i didn't try any of the other products, didn't need to.
I was initially really skeptical about this product. I did some research online and there are a lot of really mixed reviews. I'm giving this product three stars. I never used the oral antibiotic but the topical did help clear up my infected nails.
I know it may seem like to long of a time, but the 3 months flew by for me and with steady positive results, couldnt have asked for a better product