How is mold on the nail treated?
first of all use a Gold File to mattify the natural nail, then apply a primer which in our case is the fast prep to dehydrate the natural nail!
Green nail syndrome is an infection with Pseudomonas, a type of bacterium. and in those whose hands are often in contact with water or exposed to irritants. The nail in the area of onycholysis becomes greenish in color.
Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a bacterium that is acquired from the environment. It can also be transmitted through direct contact or through the droplets released by coughing and sneezing from people who are infected with it.
Trosyd should be applied to the desired nail and periungual area twice a day, preferably in the morning and in the evening. A brush is supplied for the application. 5 minutes after application the solvent dries, leaving a transparent film.
Nail fungus or mycosis (or onychomycosis) is the infection of one or more nails due to the presence of particular fungi. This nail infection may initially manifest as a small white or yellow spot (but it can also be brown or green) affecting a small portion of the nail.
Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a bacterium that can be found in numerous habitats: it prefers humid and warm environments containing organic material or contaminated by animal and human waste, plants, stagnant waters, basins and swimming pools not treated with chlorine.
In addition to removing the old hardened enamel layer before each application of both Trosyd and Daktarin, with a cotton swab soaked in acetone, it is advisable to cut and file as much as possible the part of the nail attacked by the fungus, trying to remove, with the appropriate manicure tools, the ...
The most effective disinfectant is certainly peracetic acid which is not very easy to use, hydrogen peroxide needs more contact time and works less well in cold water. A mechanical action is important to remove any biofilm present in the ducts.
Vinegar. Classic grandmother's remedy, to counteract mycosis it will be sufficient to soak the feet for 15 minutes in a basin filled with vinegar (wine or apples) and the rest with water.