7 Effective Ways to Get Rid of Toenail Fungus, According to Experts

Your weekend pedicure, post-workout shower at the gym, or barefoot walk around the public pool may have left you with an unwelcome gift: onychomycosis, otherwise known as nail fungus.

Although it starts innocuously enough as a white or yellow spot underneath your finger or toenail, a fungal infection can cause the area to thicken and even crumble as it penetrates deeper and deeper. So naturally, you’ll want to do anything you can to return your nails to their former glory.

“Many people look for a drug-free alternative,” says pharmacologist Joe Graedon, an adjunct assistant professor at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy at Chapel Hill and author of The People’s Pharmacy.

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