Canespro Fungal Nail Treatment, normally £29.99, 2 for £24.98 @ Boots instore - HotUKDeals
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Canespro fungal nail treatment kit, usually £29.99, reduced to £19.99, buy one get second half price at Boots . Just bought some in-store and it rang through at £14.99 with second at £9.99, so two for £24.98, or £12.49 each. I bought four @ £49.96 saving £70 !
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#1
Wow, that's a great price. Which branch of Boots was it?
#2
Pudsey
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would u not go to the doctors where it would cost £8?
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Doc not interested. We call ours Doctor Doolittle, as he never offers any solution whatsoever. No prescription, no referral, just says 'it'll clear up' No matter what problem you present him with.

Edited By: corradoboy on Apr 02, 2015 11:27
#5
nn1964
would u not go to the doctors where it would cost £8?

I thought the same, my big toe developed a fungal condition so I asked my Doctor and she laughed and said put ordinary nail varnish on it! She wouldn't prescribe me this type of product. Subsequently the nail got worse so I Dr Googled and ended up abrading nail with a nail file and applying Tea Tree Oil every day. After about 4 months I have seen considerably improvement and new healthy nail is growing back
#6
Doctor has to send off nail chipping to confirm infection before they will prescribe. I kept taking my daughter back as they were saying it was trauma and would get better on its own. 12 months later agreed to send clipping off then confirmed and prescribed.
#7
I've used numerous quantities of antifungal varnish and it hasn't done a thing. I once saw a locum who told me doctors prescribe this stuff as it costs a fraction of the antifungal tablets but varnish only works on about 5% of people. Tablets cost hugely, are bad for liver but work 90%. Locum gave me tablets and got rid of all but last corner of infection. My doctor then refused more tablets & gave me varnish, 10 years later still have infection.
When will the NHS learn about false economy.
#8
look for natural remedies to clear nail fungal. coconut oil, tea tree oil, apple cider vinegar, eucalyptus oil, lemongrass oil even vicks works! I've tried the scholls fungal Polish and it did remove the appearance of discolouration and I believe the nail fungal had vanished but it's back again! I'm using coconut oil and its working
#9
natnatpowpow
look for natural remedies to clear nail fungal. coconut oil, tea tree oil, apple cider vinegar, eucalyptus oil, lemongrass oil even vicks works! I've tried the scholls fungal Polish and it did remove the appearance of discolouration and I believe the nail fungal had vanished but it's back again! I'm using coconut oil and its working


coconut oil is great. I've been Vicks' vapour rub works extremely well too
#10
I've used this and it does work to take the bad nail off. The problem is that the fungal infection is in the nail bed which is why the tablets are best. I work in a pharmacy and they do cost about £90 + for a box .

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