Hope For Nails is indicated for the treatment of fungal infections in the toenails and fingernails. It claims to be able to do this by boosting the immune system of your body and helping your body protect itself from the infections that can be caused by fungus beneath the toenails or fingernails. Hope For Nails states that people can be genetically vulnerable to nail infections caused by fungus. We have decided to put our efforts into researching the product and seeing for ourselves what Hope For Nails is about.
Hope For Nails contains the following ingredients in unknown amounts:
- Red Algae
- Lemon grass (leaf)
- Pau D’Arco (bark)
- Oregano leaf Extract
- Dill Seed Extract
- Rosemary (leaf)
While Hope for nails contains all natural ingredients and does not cause liver damage it does not contain clinically proven ingredients. By using all natural ingredients companies are providing treatment options that are usually safer than the prescription medications that can cause liver damage.
One entire bottle of hope For Nails should contain at least 30 capsules. The recommended dosage for hope for nails is one capsule taken once each day. The Hope For Nails website claims that the best results should appear when the product is taken for a minimum of around four months and that it should be taken ideally for around eight months. Usually nails should grow out between four and eight months, however, that is not always the case with nails. Everyone is different, so it might take a longer or shorter period of time for your nails to grow out than someone else.
A single bottle of Hope For Nails cost $19.95 and the products website offers a by 3 and get one free discount. While this would save you $19.95 for a 4 months supply the product ideally would not be needed for that long.
There is no guarantee neither stated or implied provided with your purchase of hope for nails. This means that if you do not like Hope For Nails, and wish to return it for a full refund, you can not do so.
Conclusion For Hope For Nails Review
Wow Hope For Nails has a not very detailed product website and a sales page, there is no other instance of the product appearing on the Internet. There are no reviews on Hope For Nails as well. While Hope For Nails may sound like a good product, there are way too many red flags that should raise concern when thinking of purchasing it. In light of this newly found information that our researchers have found and the general lack of documentation Hope For Nails is not recommendable, unfortunately.