Fungal nail infection

Fungal nail infection / Solution

  • Effective treatment - clinically proven
  • Visible results from 2 weeks on
  • Easy to use
  • 1 minute a day, no filing needed
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Product details

  1. Penetrates the nail without filing and acts fast to block the progression of the fungal nail infection. Visible results from two weeks on.
  2. Repairs the nail and hydrates and softens the nail plate. This will improve the cosmetic aspect of the nail and provides a barrier against fungal nail infections.
  3. The nails grow back looking healthier and stronger so re-contamination is being prevented.




  • Clean the nail and if wearing nail varnish remove completely before using Excilor®.
  • Use the brush to coat the complete nail and underneath the nail rim with the product. Make sure you apply Excilor® generously twice a day (once in the morning and once in the evening). For the best results treat the infected area for a minimum of 3 months. It is recommended to continue treatment until the healthy nail has re-grown.
  • Allow the nail to dry (1 to 2 minutes) before putting on socks and/or shoes.
  • Regularly cut your nails .

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  • For external use only
  • Do not use if you are hypersensitive or allergic to any of the ingredients
  • Avoid all contact with eyes and mucous membranes
  • If the product comes into contact with eyes or mucous membranes rinse with plenty of water
  • No clinical data available on the use of the product by children during pregnancy or breastfeeding women
  • Diabetics with foot problems should consult their doctor when starting to use Excilor®
  • Do not use the product after its expiry date


Medicinal Ingredients: Acetic Acid 1%)
Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Purified water, ethyl lactate, Acrylates/Ammonium methacrylate copolymer, dimethyl isosorbide, decylene glycol, biotin, PPG-15 Stearyl, Ether, Glycerol, Polysorbate 80, Acetylated lanolin alcohol.



Do I have a fungal nail infection?

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Is this product suitable for use by diabetics?
Excilor® physically impedes the growth of infectious fungi by reducing the pH value of the nail (making it more acidic). This is not a pharmacological effect, so there are no contraindications for diabetics. A combination of acidic substances penetrates the nail, creating an environment that is hostile to dermatophytes (the fungi responsible for mycosis). The action is localised and targeted. Nonetheless, it is recommend that diabetics with foot problems consult their doctor when starting to use Excilor nail fungus treatment.
My nail has a fungal nail infection. How long will it take to eliminate the fungus?
As explained on the packaging, the product should be applied to the affected nail(s) twice a day until the nail has grown back as a normal, healthy nail. By then the patches and/or spots should have disappeared or the nail is no longer thickened or brittle.

A nail only grows about 1.5 mm a month. Excilor® not only makes the white/yellow patches on your nail disappear. More importantly – it gets rid of the actual microorganisms (the dermatophytes, or fungi) which live under your fingernail or toenail. It can take several weeks to make all the microorganisms disappear. Meanwhile the healthy nail grows back and if you regularly trim the nail using nail clippers, the discolouration will gradually vanish.
Is this product suitable for use during pregnancy?
No clinical data is available on the use of this product during pregnancy.
Is this product suitable for children?
No clinical data is available on whether Excilor can be used for children.
My child put the Excilor product in his/her mouth. What should I do?
The product's contents are not toxic but may irritate the mucous lining of the eyes, nose or mouth. The product cannot be opened, so your child cannot access the contents directly. Because Excilor® has a bitter taste, your child is unlikely to swallow or ingest it deliberately. If the product comes into contact with the eyes or inside of the mouth, rinse them out using plenty of water.
The instructions advised me to 'clean the nail and remove any traces of nail polish' before each application. Can I simply clean the nail with soap and water, or should I always use nail polish remover?
You only have to use nail polish remover if the nail is covered with nail polish. If Excilor® is used on nail polish, it can partially dissolve the nail polish – this in turn contaminates the product so it no longer works properly. What’s more, Excilor® is unable to penetrate nail polish as effectively. That’s why you should use nail polish remover to remove any nail polish – so the Excilor® product can penetrate the nail properly and reach the infected area.
Where can I buy Excilor products?
Excilor is available in a number of (online) drugstores.