ClearZal® Ireland



It’s not just a cosmetic problem — it’s an infection of the nail bed and nail plate underlying the surface of a nail. It is often referred to as nail fungus, a condition called onychomycosis (ON-i-ko-my-KO-sis), and is caused primarily by organisms called dermatophytes. It’s extraordinarily common, afflicting more than 17% of the population worldwide. Nail infections have a wide variety of causes including trauma, allergic reaction and chronic disorders that make them more susceptible. People with diabetes, circulatory problems, and immunological deficiencies are at increased risk, as are the elderly. Moreover, nail fungus appears to be more prevalent in those with a history of athlete’s foot (a fungal infection of the skin), people whose feet perspire a lot and those with diabetes. In up to 50% of cases bacteria can also be a cause of infection.
ClearZal® BAC is a cost-effective topical solution which kills the fungus, bacteria and viruses which may cause nail infections.  The active ingredient in ClearZal® BAC, has long been used for the broad-spectrum germ-killing/antimicrobial agent to kill fungus bacteria and viruses. As such, it kills more germs than an antifungal agent alone.
A nail infection can look unsightly, cause discomfort and lead to discolouration. The nail can even come free from the toe completely. Severe Nail infections can take 10-12  months to grow out and is something to avoid. This can be achieved with the daily use of ClearZal Complete. Nail Fungus or a Nail Infection has little to do with personal cleanliness. Something as simple as banging a toe or finger causing trauma, trimming your nails too closely, or wearing tight shoes is enough to weaken the nail and expose the underlying nail bed to infection, even simple household cleaners, or  exposure through walking bare foot in public areas can be a cause.
Up to 8 months if applied to one nail. One drop twice a day is all that is required.
Any number of nails. It is recommended that ClearZal® BAC should be used twice daily to kill any germs which may cause a nail infection.
Use ClearZal® Foot Sanitiser daily on your feet and in your shoes, following the “Instructions for use” section in order to kill the fungus and bacteria which may cause foot infections, including Athlete’s Foot.
No, ClearZal® BAC Antimicrobial Nail Solution will not stain socks, shoes or clothing.
If you have diabetes you may have noticed many products carry warnings against their use. This is because diabetes is a complicated disease that has many adverse events associated with poor circulation and should be under the supervision of a medical professional. DIABETICS SHOULD ALWAYS SEEK MEDICAL ADVICE BEFORE USING FOOT CARE PRODUCTS.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should always seek medical advice before using foot care products.

FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. Avoid contact with the mouth, eyes, ears and mucous membranes. Please read this leaflet carefully before you use this product. Use only as directed. If you have any questions about this product, or are not sure please ask your pharmacist, podiatrist or physician.

Product will cause burning and irritation if misused or accidentally placed in the cornea/eye. In case of cornea/eye contact wash the eye with running water immediately. Seek medical attention if burning or blurring lasts more then a few hours. If you seek medical attention, advise the Medical Professional the Active is Benzalkonium Chloride at 0.1% and take outside box/package and bottle.

In case of eye contact wash the eye with running water. In case of accidental ingestion, seek professional advice. Adverse reactions to ClearZal® BAC Antimicrobial Nail Solution are very rare but do call your physician if your feet become red and swollen, infected, painful, tingling, or numb. And if a cut, sore, bruise or blister does not heal. If a rash or irritation occurs discontinue usage immediately and seek medical advice. Keep out of the reach and sight of children. Do not use on children under the age of 12 without the advice and supervision of a physician. DIABETICS AND PEOPLE WITH POOR CIRCULATION SHOULD ALWAYS SEEK MEDICAL ADVICE BEFORE USING FOOT CARE PRODUCTS.