As a dietary supplement, take 1 tablet once daily or as directed by a physician. Do not exceed the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA). Store in cool, dry place.
- Increase nail strength
- Reduce nail breakage
- Improve nail structure
- Smooth brittle ridges
TheraNail-TF TABLETS are a once-daily vitamin supplement that stimulate epidermal cells and strengthen keratin, the protein found in nails.
TheraNail-TF is a proprietary formulation containing biotin (2.5 mg), iron (10 mg), and zinc (10 mg) available for oral administration as a small, once-daily, easy-to-swallow tablet.
Biotin, Iron, and Zinc:
Each TheraNail-TF TABLETS contains 2.5 mg of biotin, a dose clinically proven to improve nail strength and quality. Biotin is a water-soluble component of the Vitamin B complex.
As an essential nutrient, biotin:
- Acts as a coenzyme for the body’s carboxylation reactions and is a factor in maintaining healthy nails
- Increases the keratin matrix proteins in the nail, thereby improving keratin structure
The additional benefits from 10 mg of iron and 10 mg of zinc make TheraNail-TF the Total Formulation for weak and brittle nails. • Low levels of Iron and Zinc can cause brittle nails (NIH)
Clinical studies have demonstrated that a daily intake of 2.5 mg of biotin, the amount found in TheraNail-TF, can indeed strengthen and improve the quality of brittle nails. Over time, TheraNail-TF will transform nails naturally from the inside out—producing strong nails. One study found that 91% of individuals suffering from brittle nails experienced an improvement in nail quality after just 5 months of taking 2.5 mg of biotin daily.
KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
TheraNail-TF TABLETS are distributed directly to physicians, dispensed at the point of care directly to patients, and comes with a no-risk, unconditional, patient-direct money-back guarantee.
Available in a 60 tablet bottle.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.