Excilor Treatment for Nail Mycosis Reviews


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Excilor represents an alternative therapy for the treatment of nail fungus. However, the medical products do not contain an antifungal agent.

The ingredients are not directed against all nail fungus pathogen species.

Here you can find all information about Excilor products.

Advantages and disadvantages of Excilor products


  • Natural ingredients
  • No filing necessary
  • Uncomplicated application
  • Solution washes off easily with water


  • Not against all nail fungus pathogens
  • Twice daily application necessary
  • Possible skin irritation on the treated area
  • It cannot be combined with cosmetic varnish at the same time
  • Smell of vinegar

Effect of acetic acid

It is of natural effectiveness due to the acetic acid. It changes the environment and creates an unfriendly acidic environment for fungal growth (pH<4). This prevents the dermatophytes from multiplying.

Due to the TransActive Penetration technology, Excilor’s solution penetrates deep into the nail, making additional filing unnecessary.

Conclusion about Excilor against nail fungus

The acetic acid in Excilor products against nail fungus creates an environment unfriendly to fungi and thus inhibits the spread of the fungus.

The effect is purely physical.

There are no known resistances, and nourishing ingredients support the nail build-up.

The treatment of nail fungus can be backed by antifungal drugs, i.e., drugs that kill the fungus.

Various preparations, such as nail polish or cream, are available for this purpose.

Contents of one package

  • 3.3ml solution with acetic acid (33%) and lactic acid ethyl ester.
  • enriched with glycerin, nail caring lipids, and biotin


Apply Excilor twice a day, preferably in the morning and evening, and let it absorb for 1-2 minutes.

Directions for the use of Excilor

The affected nail should be thoroughly cleaned before treatment, and any cosmetic nail polish should be removed with a nail polish remover.

The solution is generously applied to the entire nail and the underside of the nail edge using the applicator or a pen. After that, it takes about 1-2 minutes for the product to be absorbed. After that, socks and shoes can be put on.

It may be possible to notice a slight tingling sensation in the treated areas. This is a sign that the solution is fully absorbed into the nail.

The solution should be applied 2x a day (morning and evening) for at least 3 months and it is recommended to continue the treatment until the diseased nail grows out completely.


Do not use the product in case of hypersensitivity or allergy to any of the ingredients.

Diabetics with foot problems should consult their doctor before use.

The products are not suitable for children, as there is no clinical data on use for children.

Side effects of Excilor

Very rare (only in one in 100,000 cases): skin redness, itching or mild local pain.

Isolated cases of detached nails and vesicles next to the nail have been reported.

If symptoms persist or worsen, treatment should be discontinued and a doctor should be consulted.

Pregnancy/ Lactation

There are no clinical data on the use during pregnancy, lactation or in children. Therefore, the medical device should not be used.

Excilor Treatment for Nail Mycosis Reviews
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