Fight toenail fungus fast using the same Terpenicol Antifungal Solution formula provided by Physician’s!


This exclusive formula from Blaine Labs combines fungistatic, fungicidal, and debridement capabilities. Includes a powerful antifungal combination Undecylenic Acid (25%) and Carvacrol. The highly effective debridement capabilities of Urea are enhanced with the penetrating vehicle of Papaya Extract (Papain). Using the latest technology, these antimicrobial ingredients  are guaranteed to kill fungus.



• 10-Undecenoic Acid (25%) and Cymophenol kills fungus on contact
• Provides debridement through Urea, combined with the vehicle delivery benefits of Papaya Extract (Papain) for maximum penetration
• Milk-like consistency that dries faster than tolnaftate antifungals and enables easier visual application and treatment for diabetics
• Targets and destroys fungal membranes by utilizing fungicidal terpenes (such as Grape Seed and Extract of Oregano (Carvacrol))
• The large 1.25 oz bottle allows for an extended home treatment cycle for patients


SKU: 31000-01

    Philly City Foot Doc

    Kimberly Nguyen DPM PC

    1311 South Street

    Philadelphia, PA 19147

    phone: (215) 471-0433

    fax: (215) 471-0430

    Philly City Foot Doc is the new home of

    Wynnewood Foot and Ankle Center

    Michael Walinsky, DPM

    (*PLEASE NOTE: 4715 Pine St. location is now CLOSED)

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