Sephorris is a product made by Herb of Kadem. The product blocks the proliferation of microorganisms, which causes a thickness and yellowing of the nail. Through a mixture of essential oils and herbal extracts, it stops the growth of various fungi, yeasts and molds. It will also stop the nail’s degradation. The Sephorris website states that after about 1 week of application and upon completion of the treatment, the nail will return to its natural color. Sephorris is highly anti-bacterial and claims a success rate higher than 95%. It comes in an eye-catching pink box, with a brown glass bottle inside. I looked further to see if Sephorris is more than fancy packaging, checking the ingredients, price and guarantee of the product for prospective buyers.
Sephorris contains many active ingredients:
To use Sephorris, users should apply a fine coat directly to the infected nail with brush provided. The product should be applied twice a day – morning and evening.
For infections that are more than three years old, a prolonged treatment may be necessary, often up to 12 months or more in severe cases. In such cases, it is crucial to follow through with your treatment – the darkening of the nail to a Grey, Brown, or Black color is an indication that the treatment has started to act on the fungus. For very thick nails, it is advised to soak in warm water and file them down before starting your treatment program.
The website advises that a bottle of 10 ml is enough for 9 months of treatment for one nail and that treatment could last anywhere from 3 months to 1 year.
I was able to find Sephorris on several different online retailers. Amazon.com sold Sephorris for $39.95 while Aviva sold it for $36.99. Vitamin Global sold the product for around $27, which is a sale at the moment, down from around $45 (prices were in Canadian currency). At these prices, Sephorris seems like a fairly expensive product, though the instructions did claim that one bottle is enough for 9 months of treatment for one nail.
I was unable to find any guarantees for Sephorris in particular. Individual retailers will have their own money-back policies for products, however; so a buyer may wish to shop around.
I was able to find some user reviews, many of which were 5/5 stars, indicating a lot of happy customers.
Sephorris seems like a sound product which seems to do what it states it will — stop the growth of nail fungi, yeast and molds and stop the nail’s degradation. Sephorris uses all-natural ingredients, which may be a bonus for some potential buyers. The instructions for use are easy to follow, though the treatment time is significant — up to 12 months depending on the type of fungus. I found varying prices for Sephorris online, from around $27 up to $39.95. Many of the buyers left happy reviews of the product, which is a good sign.
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