Best Toenail Fungal Treatment Formula Achieves Top Pick in Bustle Article

Gold Mountain Beauty's Fungal Nail Eliminator was recently named as the best toenail fungal treatment in an article published by Bustle. With clinically proven natural ingredients, the product helps eliminate fungal infections and irritants.

Boston, MA, USA - November 14, 2019 —

Gold Mountain Beauty is pleased to announce that its popular skincare formation, Fungal Nail Eliminator, has recently been featured in Bustle. In an article published by the renowned online magazine, the product was mentioned as the best toenail fungal treatment. This antifungal foot therapy was formulated by doctors using a variety of concentrated natural components, the brand says. With close to 500 reviews, it is also a top-rated product on Amazon.

“The Gold Mountain Beauty Fungal Nail Eliminator is a top pick for treating nail infections. The solution has tolnaftate, a proven over-the-counter topical treatment for fighting fungal infections. Plus, it’s one of Amazon’s bestsellers for how quickly it works at addressing nail issues and discolorations,” Bustle mentions in its recent article.

The toenail fungus treatment from Gold Mountain Beauty was manufactured using proven natural ingredients, such as tolnaftate, puredia seaberry (sea buckthorn) oil, and omega 3, 6, 7, and 9. As a potent combination of these high-quality ingredients, the product promotes skin hydration, elasticity, and cell regeneration, while eliminating unsightly fungal infections and irritants, according to the seller.

Gold Mountain Beauty informs that its toenail fungus treatment extra strength is suitable for men and women and can be an integral part of their skin-and-feet-care kit. On regular use, this gentle formula helps maintain healthy skin and can be used along with normal bathing and hygiene practices. Moreover, it is medically formulated and approved for use by individuals with diabetes.

To make application easy for users, the Fungal Nail Eliminator comes in bottles with a convenient applicator brush attached to the lid. This provides more control while applying the formula to affected toenails. Made in the USA, the product is vegan-friendly and cruelty-free and can be used safely by children as well as adults, the company advises.

“Have been fighting toenail fungus for decades, with no help from three doctors about the issue. Using Gold Mountain for only three weeks now and got amazing results. The fungus is gone, and the nails are growing back. It is very easy and fast to use. Thank you for making this product,” a highly impressed user mentioned in her Amazon review.

Anyone interested in learning more about Gold Mountain Beauty’s Fungal Nail Eliminator should visit the company’s official website or Amazon storefront.

 

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