Prevents ingrown toenails and strong cornification. Makes cuticles elastic.
Active Ingredients: Medicated soap, Bisabolol, ethanolamine
The GEHWOL med Nail Softener softens hard nails and helps to prevent them growing inwards. Softens quickly and carefully the cornification and alleviates discomfort with ingrown nails. Bisabolol helps to prevent redness and irritation. Hard skin beneath the nail and in the nail fold softens and leads to an easy removal of the cornification without causing pain.
Posted by Unknown on 24th Nov 2020
Can't believe this product worked! I have now been free of ingrown toenails for months. I keep a spare bottle at hand. Can't live without this product
Posted by Unknown on 28th Aug 2020
Glad I found this, sorted out my ingrown toenails, now I use it as part of my regular pedi routine.
Posted by Unknown on 1st Jun 2020
I ran out and could not wait to order more. Works great.
Posted by Unknown on 21st May 2019
I've suffered with ingrown toenails most of my life. They can be painful and impossible to cure.
This product is the best I've ever used. A few drops - wait 10-15 minutes - and voila. You can easily remove the ingrown nail.
Posted by Omer on 17th Sep 2016
Makes ingrown toe nail management way easier and less painful.
Dispenser tip could be more precise.
Posted by Betty Gallacher Vancouver Island BC on 12th May 2016
I would recommend this product to anyone who suffers with ingrown toe nails!!
It is also economical in how long it lasts and the cost!
Posted by Unknown on 7th Apr 2016
Everybody told me that they had never heard of this type of product I knew it existed... just had to find it. Easy to use. Not messy, and no smell. Pain is gone and what a relief.
Posted by Val on 8th Dec 2015
I have hammertoe and also calluses under my big toenails.
My toenails are really thick from the hammertoe and this product makes it easier for me to cut them.
Also, with the calluses under my toenails it is keeps the calluses softer and it is easier to scrape the build up of skin from from under my toenails between visits to my podiatrist.