Day Zero

This is the first of a series of posts that chart the progress of treatment for one person. We can show that Fungal Nail is easy to treat. We get a lot of questions about how to treat Fungal Nail and our answer is always the same - “treatment is simple”.

Not everyone accepts that but I guess that a lot of people have encountered difficulties and setbacks. It’s certainly true that the battle is long and you need to persevere to succeed. But it is also true that the treatment is simple. It takes a few minutes every day and requires you to stick to the rules but the process is easy enough for most people to succeed.

Let’s start from the very beginning

Our aim is to show the treatment from beginning to end. Every week we will follow the treatment process carefully and photograph the results. The photographs will not be pretty because the condition is very unpleasant generally. But it will be easy to see how the feet and nails improve with time. We could just show a before and after shot and there are plenty of other sites that do exactly that. However, these are not always sites that I have much trust in. All our photographs will be taken on a white background with the day number printed on. So you should easily see the progress and have trust in the

What you can expect

Every week we will write about one aspect of the care regime in greater detail and will photograph the current state of the toes. The toes will be treated using the process described in detail on the Treatments Page of this site. The treatment we will be using is the JoesToes concentrated liquid and massage oil. You can make this yourself using the recipe on the Mixtures Page of this site. Alternatively you can buy it directly from the eMolly website here.

Daily and weekly regime

Every day these nails will be treated with the JoesToes concentrated oil in the morning and night. The feet and heels will be massaged with the JoesToes massage oil.

So, the scene is set. What follows are photographs of the infected nails at the start of the process,

WARNING The photographs are not for the squeamish so they have been put at the bottom of the blog. If you don't want to look then don't scroll down below here.

Day Zero Photograph - Left Foot

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Day Zero Photograph - Right Foot

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