About Pure Nails
Brought to you by Nick Lane, a self-described “medical researcher and natural practitioner,” Pure Nails is claimed to be a step-by-step system that discloses a natural formula to help you get rid of nasty toe and nail fungus in less than 10 minutes, without the use of creams, laser treatments, or surgery. In addition, Pure Nails is claimed to be safe and permanent, and easy to use in the comfort of your own home.
In order to accomplish this, Nick claims that Pure Nails uses ingredients such as apple cider vinegar, baking soda, and coconut oil to target the root cause of the fungal infection and to boost your immune system. In fact, Nick claims he’s published his studies in every medical journal in the US, as well as 3 magazines in the UK and Canada, which have shown the Pure Nails system to be 100% proven to work.
Speaking of which, Pure Nails is claimed to work for any individual, regardless of age, the type of fungus they have, or if other remedies have failed. As such, Nick claims Pure Nails has helped more than 64,537 people find relief from fungal foot infections.
Are you dreading wearing flip flops this summer? Do you constantly worry about being required to take off your shoes, in fear that someone will find out about your embarrassing fungal infection? If so, can Pure Nails help, or does it offer more hype than hope? Consider the following:
Who Is Nick Lane?
Although Nick Lane claims to be a “medical researcher and natural practitioner”—which basically just means he looks stuff up online and practices what he preaches—there isn’t any information about him, other than websites directly related to Pure Nails.
However, according to a disclaimer at the bottom of the Pure Nails website, “The author of this material wishes to keep his identity private, therefore Nick Lane is a pen name.” As such, there’s no way to know exactly who authored the system, or what their credentials are.
What’s Causing Your Fungal Foot Infection?
Although athlete’s foot is the most common type of fungal foot infection, there are numerous other types, including ringworm, yeast infections, and many more. And while prescription anti-fungal topical medications from your doctor will often provide the fastest relief and quickest healing times, exactly how your fungal infection should be treated is highly dependent on the type of infection you have, its severity, as well as whether or not your toenails have become infected as well.
As such, you’ll definitely want to speak with your physician before trying any at-home remedies such as Pure Nails, who can offer recommendations based on your specific diagnosis.
Is Pure Nails Proven?
According to the promotional video, Nick claims that his Pure Nails system is “100% proven to work,” and that many of his studies have been published in every medical journal in the US, as well as in 3 magazines in the UK and Canada.
However, Nick doesn’t provide any references to these studies, which seems odd, considering the breakthrough discovery he claims to have made. After all, wouldn’t you think citing these studies would immensely boost the program’s reputation?
Because of this, it’s our opinion that these claims are overblown at best, and complete mistruths at worst.
Will Pure Nails Work as Advertised?
In short, it’s difficult to say, because Nick doesn’t give us any specifics about the content contained in Pure Nails, other than claiming that you’ll use apple cider vinegar, baking soda, and coconut oil (among other unnamed ingredients) to address your fungal infections.
However, according to WebMD, there is insufficient clinical evidence showing that any of these ingredients will reliably work to get rid of your foot fungus.
Other At-Home Fungal Infection Treatments
With this said, a quick online search for “at home foot fungus remedies” will reveal dozens of results, using many ingredients found in your pantry or at your local grocery store.
Granted, most of these also have insufficient evidence showing them to reliably provide relief from (and certainly not to permanently cure) your fungal infection.
Customers Have Nothing to Say About Pure Nails
Ultimately, there weren’t any online customer reviews for Pure Nails available at the time of our research.
In addition, we did learn that the program’s primary URL was registered in March 2015, which leads us to believe that it actually hasn’t helped more than 65,000 find relief from their foot fungus, or that “Big Pharma” is pursuing Nick or shutting down his websites (as claimed in the Pure Nails video).
Pure Nails Pricing and Refund Policy
Pure Nails: The Secret Weapon for Healthy and Beautiful Feet is priced at $39, and is available for immediate download once your order is processed.
Pure Nails comes with a 60-day refund policy, although there isn’t a phone number listed on their website, so you’ll need to use an online contact form in order to request one.
Bottom Line: Can Pure Nails Get Rid of Your Foot Fungus?
Considering that we’re told almost nothing about what kinds of information Pure Nails contains, as well as the fact that none of the ingredients we’re told about can help get rid of fungal infections, we might recommend speaking with your physician before ordering Pure Nails.
8 out 8 people found this review helpful
I have been using it for almost 60 days and haven't seen a real improvement, cost was outrageous and wish I knew how to get my money back. It said money back guarantee but I can't seem to find a way to get in touch with the people I bought it from, it sure didn't take as long for them to get my money.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend