Jan 302013
Toenail fungus photo from

Toenail fungus photo from

I came upon this toenail fungus website that has lots and lots of great toenail fungus photos.

So many that I thought you would like to see them. I asked the website owner if I could post some here, and he agreed as long as there is a link back to his website, and the copyright stays on the photos, only fair.

Of course, he would like to have as many links to his fungus website as possible. All of us webmasters do! It’s part of the game of getting more viewers, and respected by the search engines, as well as “that is what the internet web is all about!”

Scroll down to see the photos, and let me know what you think by adding comment at the bottom. It’s all good!


Dare I say “ENJOY!” for fear of being attacked at ‘enjoying’ these ugly photos? Hah!

Toenail fungus photo from

Toenail fungus photos




Keep scrolling for more photos.





Here is a link to more of those nasty photos.


 Add comments, I dare you! (at the bottom of this post)


Toenail fungus photo 4

and lastly, but certainly not the least. These photos will give you some ideas of how bad the fungus can get if left unchecked. I believe that the solutions that you can buy online are quite effective for 80% of users. Try this one for starters. I have had the fungus myself for years and have reduced it to an agreeable state where I do not feel embarrassed to go out in public and show my bare toes.

5 toes all with nail fungus


 Posted by at 3:46 pm
Jan 162013
nasty toe nail fungus photo

Apply fungus fighters frequently for best results

Several toenail fungus readers (OK, just three) have written in recently with their own personal stories about how they are doing in the battle to eliminate their toenail fungus.

I want to make a mention of their findings, because they are remarkably similar. The similarity is in that they all report that the effectiveness of their applications have been, more or less, dependent on how often they use the products.

One reports that she uses her Zetaclear at least three times a day. She keeps the small bottle in her purse, and whenever she has a chance at work (and no one is watching) she pulls it out, gives a quick dab on the affected toenails, and zips it back into her purse, taking less than a minute for the whole operation.

Another reader writes how he uses the liquid fungus fighter every day after having a shower in the morning, and in the evening, just before going to bed. “I brush and floss my teeth, then apply the liquid to my toenails,” he writes, “these are the last things I do in the day. My partner doesn’t mind at all; she is happy to see that it is working with this constant application. My fungus is going away!”

The third writer claims that she has developed a habit of putting on a dab of Zetaclear every time she goes to the washroom to use the toilet. “It’s so easy to get into the habit,” she claims, and then mentions that it isn’t every time but as often as she can remember. A habit is made after 21 days of constant repetition.

All three writers notice that the toenail fungus that they have had for a long time is gradually getting better, and leaving. There is less and less visible proof that they have this disease. There is a reduction in the yellowing, the whitening, the roughness, and the distortion that has been showing on their toe nails. This is good news.

So what to deduce from these comments?

It appear that to get the most effective results from the toenail fungus fighter, constant and frequent applying is in the cards. Having the product easily accessible  making a habit of frequent application, and making it a habit are the most effective ways to reduce or get rid of toenail fungus.

Link to Zetaclear website.