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For several decades now, it has served people all over the world as one of the leading oral antiseptic products. However, it is more than just a great remedy for bad breath. In recent years, it has been recently discovered that Listerine is also great for the treatment of nail fungus.

The use of Listerine for nail fungus removal is rapidly gaining in popularity as more and more people are finding out just how effective it can be as an alternative form of medication. The most common use of Listerine for nail fungus treatment is very similar to using hydrogen peroxide, vinegar or bleaching powder.

All you have to do is mix a small amount of Listerine with a basin of warm water and soak your feet with the nail fungus for about 30 minutes everyday. Many people attest that it works much faster if you can soak your feet 15 minutes in the morning and 15 minutes before going to bed at night. You must be warned though that you will have to do this for several weeks before your nail fungus is completely eliminated.

The length of treatment depends on the severity of your nail disease and other factors such as genetics, level of exposure to germs and regular activities. If you are able to start treatment during the early stages of nail fungus infection, you might be completely cured in 30 days. The average though is two months and this can even extend to 3 months for more serious cases with more widespread infection.

Other users of Listerine for nail fungus treatment say that the results come much faster if you combine some vinegar with your Listerine and water solution. There are also those that say Listerine for nail fungus treatment works much faster if you apply it directly onto the nail with a piece of cloth or cotton rather than soaking.

Since there has never been any kind of scientific research dedicated to the efficacy of Listerine for nail fungus removal, this method is not yet regarded as a real cure for nail fungus in the medical community. But with the thousands of consult your doctor testimonies from satisfied users, you don\'t really need a stamp of approval from a doctor before trying this method. After all, there has never been a reported side effect to using Listerine for nail fungus treatment.

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