Penlac is an antifungal indicated as topical treatment for onychomycosis of fingernails and toenails.
Before you start applying Penlac, remove any loose nail or nail material using nail clippers or nail files. Apply Penlac once daily (preferably at bedtime) to all affected nails with the applicator brush provided. Apply the lacquer evenly over the entire nail. Allow the lacquer to dry (approximately 30 seconds) before putting on socks or stockings. After applying this medication, wait 8 hours before taking a bath or shower.
Use Penlac only on nails and immediately adjacent skin. Avoid contact with the eyes and mouth.
Apply Penlac as soon as you remember.
Possible Side Effects
The most common adverse reactions are rash-related. Inform your health care professional if the area of application shows signs of increased irritation (redness, itching, burning, blistering, swelling, oozing)
Store Penlac at room temperature between 59° and 86° F (15° and 30° C). Keep out of the reach of children.
Overdoses are highly unlikely to occur. Seek medical attention if you suspect an overdose.
Do not use nail polish or other nail cosmetic products on the treated nails. Avoid use near heat or open flame, because product is flammable.
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