Most women like polishing their toenails to hide the unsightly look of fungal toenails during treatment. This might be fine depending on how the toenail fungus is handled. If the toenails are being treated with oral medicine, the nail paint will not interfere with the treatment. If you’re using a topical antifungal medicine like Formula 3, it’s better not to apply toenail polish at all since the drug can’t penetrate the lacquer and won’t reach the toenail. If you must paint your nails, make sure to choose a healthy, enriched nail polish.
To begin, it must be noted that a lot of nail polish is harmful to the toenails. The toenail is suffocated by nail polish, which has a consistency similar to liquid plastic. Furthermore, polish contains caustic compounds like formaldehyde and toluene, which harm the nail. Using a “healthy” toenail polish, like Dr’s Remedy Enriched nail paint, eliminates this damage by omitting the chemicals and replacing them with natural antifungals and vitamins. Even the nail polish remover is free of acetone, which is harmful to the toenails.