Manuka Honey Anti-Fungal

Here is a manuka honey Anti-Fungal Solution by Honeymark

Now you can be free of the embarrassment and discomfort of infected finger nails and toe nails. Honeymark's Anti-Fungal Solution is specially formulated to eliminate fungus and help prevent the spread of bacteria. The gentle, odor free, anti-microbial solution is safe and effective against bacteria, fungi and viruses. The maximum strength formula contains Manuka Honey. The dropper tip application system is a hygienic alternative to brush-on applicators which actually may cause the spread of further infection.

How to use:
Wash hands to clean off any excess dirt. Apply Anti-Fungal Solution to underside of nail and on top of nail bed. Massage thoroughly and repeat 2-3 times per day. You will see results in a few weeks by using this regimen.

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Active Ingredient:
Manuka Honey

Other Ingredients:
Deionized water:

Water that has been filtered and treated to remove metallic ions, kill microorganisms, and remove impurities.


It is used for its emulsifying surfactant action in cosmetics.

Glyceryl stearate:

Emulsifying and spreading agent

Propylene glycol:

Ideally from vegetable glycerine & grain alcohol. In general cosmetics, most used are of synthetic nature. Avoid any formula exceeding 5% of usage.

Cetyl alcohol:

Not an "alcohol" in the sense of a rubbing alcohol, etc. It's actual used as an emollient & emulsifier, derived from coconut oil or may be synthetically produced.

Stearyl alcohol:

An alcohol often used in creams to soften and smooth the skin.

Cocamidopropyl betaine:

A surfactant derived from coconut oil, effective for a high, creamy foam and good skin tolerance.


Anti-inflammatory agent.


A synthetic over-the-counter anti-fungal agent. It may come as a cream, powder, spray, or liquid aerosol, and is used to treat jock itch, athlete's foot and ringworm.

Hydroxyethyl cellulose:

Are water-soluble cellulose ethers that add the following effects: thickening, pseudoplastic properties, water retention, associative thickening.

Imidazolidinyl urea:

A preservative that may be derived from either methanol (wood alcohol1 or allantoin. Kills harmful microorganisms. It is nonirritating, nontoxic, and not a formaldehyde donor


A preservative found in many cosmetics and industrial substances.

Methyl paraben:

Water-soluble anti-microbial agent. One of the most commonly used preservative in cosmetics today.

Propyl paraben:

A preservative derived from PABA that is widely used in cosmetics. Its fungicidal and antibacterial abilities help prevent yeast and mold. Nontoxic and nonirritating at .05 of 1 percent.

Triethanol amine:

Produced by ammonolysis of ethylene oxide. Neutralizes carbomer solutions to form gels. Neutralizes stearic acid to form anionic emulsions and acts as an alkalizing agent to control pH.

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