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Loceryl Curanail & Loceryl Nail Gel

Loceryl Curanail Medicated Nail Lacquer is a topical treatment used to treat onchomycosis, more commonly known as fungal nail infection. The active ingredient is 5% amorolfine.  Loceryl Nail Gel is used for the visible improvement of discoloured and / or  damaged nails. It helps to restore the natural water content of damaged nails as well as helping to promote healthy nail regrowth.
 

Loceryl Curanail

Description

Loceryl Curanail Nail Medicated Lacquer is a topical treatment used to treat onchomycosis, more commonly known as fungal nail infection.  The active ingredient is 5% amorolfine.  For more information on Loceryl Curanail please visit the website, loceryl-curanail.co.uk. 

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

  • Use as directed by your pharmacist or healthcare professional. Always read the label.

SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS & PATIENT INFORMATION LEAFLETS:

To view the Summary of Product Characteristics and Patient Information Leaflets for Over-The-Counter (OTC) and Prescription Only (POM) medicines available from Galderma (UK) Ltd please visit the following websites for your territory:

United Kingdom Residents - medicines.org.uk (eMC)

Republic of Ireland Residents - medicines.ie (eMC)


Loceryl Nail Gel

Description

Loceryl Nail Gel is used for the visible improvement of discoloured and / or  damaged nails. It helps to restore the natural water content of damaged nails as well as helping to promote healthy nail regrowth.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

  • Apply twice daily to clean nails.

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