What is Funginix?
Funginix, formulated by the manufacturers Sisquoc Healthcare, offers an all-natural nail care solution to combat fungal infections. Funginix claims to have been formulated based on both traditional and herbal medicine in order to combat fungus that can attack and destroy nails. But does Funginix deliver on these promises? We dissected the formula, sifted through customer reviews and perused clinical research in order to determine the efficacy of this product. Read on to discover if this product can get you the fast results you are looking for to eliminate nail fungus.
The manufacturer of Funginix recommends that consumers keep their hands and feet clean and dry all through the day. Funginix should be applied two times a day, once in the morning before putting on shoes and once in the evening before bedtime. It is further recommended to use the brush applicator in order to push Funginix under the nail bed as well as to use a finger or cotton swab to rub Funginix into the infected nail’s cuticle.
Funginix has one active ingredient and several natural inactive ingredients.
The active ingredient is:
- Undecylenic Acid, USP 10%
The inactive ingredients are:
- Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil
- Oleth-10 Phosphate
- Polysorbate 20
- Acrylates Copolymer
- Propylene Glycol
- Uva Ursi (Bearberry) Extract
- Propolis Extract
- Aloe Barbadensis Juice
- Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E)
- Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil
- Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil
- Jasminum Officinale (Jasmine) Oil
- Eugenia Caryophyllus (Clove) Flower Oil
- Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter
- Rosa Canina (Rose Hip) Flower Oil
- Cetyl Hydroxyethylcellulose
Funginix can be purchased online for about $23 from the manufacturer’s website as well as third-party sites such as Amazon. One bottle is meant to last for one month, however, if consumers use a lot of it, it may not last for an entire 30 days.
Possible Side Effects
On the Funginix website it states that this product has no adverse side effects. In fact, Funginix claims to be 100% safe for women who are pregnant or nursing. Additionally, this product is also safe for children and nursing babies. It should be noted that Funginix also states that it is best suited to treat mild to moderate levels of nail fungal infections. Perhaps this can account for the many mixed customer reviews we read.
Funginix offers a 100%, 60-day money-back guarantee, for those customers who are unsatisfied with this product in any way. Unopened and opened bottles are both accepted by the manufacturer, Sisquoc Healthcare, for a full refund. Many consumers reported success at receiving their money back from the company when Funginix didn’t work for them.
The Bottom Line
Funginix is designed to fight against the fungus that destroys nails. While it does contain 10% Undecylenic Acid, a powerful antifungal ingredient, we have found 25% Undecylenic Acid in other products which means this isn’t the most powerful anti-fungal product available. This may account for many customer reviews stating they have seen no improvement when using Funginix. Indeed it is difficult to know how long to keep applying Funginix as the manufacturer says it may take a while to get results. While Funginix may satisfy the needs of consumers with mild cases of nail fungus, others with more severe infections will need to look elsewhere for a product that delivers faster and more powerful results. We were pleased to note that customers were able to claim their money back on Funginix when it didn’t work for them. It is always positive when a manufacturer offers a money-back guarantee for their products. In this case, consumers have 60-days in which to return Funginix if it does not work for them.