Is Clear Nails Plus A Scam? My Review (2022)

 

It’s time for another anti-fungal review – so is Clear Nails Plus a scam?

Or does it really work as it promises?:

  • looks more like a probiotic
  • questionable details
  • limited reviews

Honestly – it looks a little questionable at first, in my view.

But let's still find out if my speculations are true or not, in the following lines.

Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on Clear Nails Plus.

Review Summary

Full Name: Clear Nails Plus Antifungal Probiotic Pills by S.O LABS

Product Type: Anti-Fungus Supplement

Best Actual Price: Around $30

Cheapest Place To Buy: Amazon

Designed For: Targeting and eliminating nail fungus.

My Rating: 2 out of 10

Recommended?: No – I found some major red flags about it:

  • weak formula
  • questionable features
  • quite pricey

I strongly suggest you to try the best fungus supplement from the market that I looked into.

 

What I Liked About It

  • Contains some good probiotic
  • Can be bought in bundles/packages

 

What I Didn’t Like About It

  • Not strong enough to fight fungus
  • Questionable background
  • Very pricey for its quality
  • No official website of the company/brand
  • Very limited authentic reviews
  • Some biased 3rd party websites
  • Might cause adverse reactions

 

 


Clear Nails Plus In A Nutshell


Clear Nails Plus is a probiotic supplement.

However, it focuses on getting rid of nail fungus.

For this reason, it looks like a really unique product initially.

However, there are a lot of disadvantages about it:

  • weak formula for fungus
  • biased 3rd party websites
  • very few honest reviews
  • looks like a re-branded product
  • no professional website

These red flags are enough to make me consider the product sketchy.

Now, Clear Nails Plus also has enough complaints about its results.

And believe it or not – those complaints aren't necessarily related to the fact that it doesn't work.

Instead, they're related to the side reactions it causes.

Also – the price starts at $30/bottle (for 60 capsules).

But honestly, it's quite expensive for its credibility and true value.

So overall – I don't think it's the best investment you can make.

 

 


#1 – Claims & Producer


Honestly – I only found minimal info about Clear Nails Plus.

But I will still try to give you some general details about it:

  • what health issues it targets
  • the company behind it
  • how it works
1. Claims

Again – there isn't much about Clear Nails Plus.

I only saw some of its claims on 3rd party websites – not of its official one:

  • removes fungus from toenails
  • treats fungal problems all over the body
  • shuts down body fungus in a few days
  • strengthens nail and nail bed

However – I couldn't trust these websites, since not one of them looks too legit.

Also, not a single one of them directs you to the product's official website.

So I would say that these claims are exaggerated and sketchy.

I also noticed that there are many different versions of Clear Nails Plus.

Still, none of them have a solid background or product info.

Overall – I don't think you can trust any version of this product, so better find a reliable alternative.

2. Company Behind

Based on the product's label, Clear Nails Fungus is made by S.O LABS.

But upon my careful research, here's what I found:

  • brand has no official/professional website
  • no legal info (registration number and year)
  • no contact info available

Honestly – there are a lot of red flags about the company.

So I don't trust this product because it looks like a re-branded one.

Also – if something went wrong, you wouldn't know whom you can contact.

So that's why I suggest you to invest in a product that comes from a reputable company.

 

 


#2 – Ingredients (3 out of 10)


Unlike other anti-fungal treatments, Clear Nails Plus is a supplement.

To be specific, it's a dietary supplement that's has a probiotic composition:

  • 40 billion CFU
  • one propriety blend
  • 4 bacterial strains

Now – the front label states to have “13 protective ingredients.”

But when I check the supplement's back, that doesn't really seem true.

The main ingredient present in it is the MAKTREK® (Bi-Pass Technology).

It's the propriety blend – which is made of the following ingredients:

  1. Lactobacillus Acidophilus –  stops fungus growth [1]
  2. Bifidobacterium Lactis – promotes the growth of good bacteria
  3. Lactobacillus Plantarum – helps in producing antifungal compounds [2]
  4. L. Paracasei – improves the immune system
  5. Marine Polysaccharide Complex – has some antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits [3]
  6. Fructooligosaccharide – aids the growth and balance of good bacteria [4]

The rest of the ingredients are designed for the capsule composition.

This means they don't have any active anti-fungus role.

Now – the probiotic does have some anti-fungal properties.

But the overall formula lacks variety and it's not strong enough, in my view.


Conclusion

The main ingredients of Clear Nails Plus are bacterial strains.

Although they do have some anti-fungal benefits, they're not that significant.

Plus, the ingredients themselves aren't varied enough.

So overall – I strongly recommend you to go for more potent alternatives.

 

 


#3 – Consistency & Dosage (2 out of 10)


Again – Clear Nails Plus has very little info behind it.

For this reason, there are no details about its physical characteristics:

  • it probably looks like a typical white capsule
  • the smell might be similar to that of a probiotic

Luckily – there's an official instruction on the product's label.

The suggested use is taking 2 capsules once daily.

In general – supplements should be taken after or during meals (to avoid stomach cramps).

But I doubt Clear Nails Plus is worth the effort.

 

 


#4 – Results (2 out of 10)


I always check for customer reviews – to see how a product works for others.

But unfortunately, Clear Nails Plus has very limited comments.

So it's a huge red flag for me and I could definitely not trust it.

Note: I only consider authentic reviews, not promotional/fake ones.

1. What People Say

Again – there are some 3rd party websites that feature Clear Nails Plus.

But all of them talk about a different versions, which is a little weird.

So in this case, I will mention the reviews on its Amazon listings:

  1. Some said that it worked for their toenail fungus.
  2. Others just mentioned that it helped.
  3. Most customers didn't experience any changes at all.
  4. The rest said that it's not worth buying.

The overall rating of the product is 3.8/5 stars (which isn't terrible).

But honestly – I don't think it deserves this rating, since it's really questionable.

The lack of authentic reviews is not a good sign – so don't risk your health.


Conclusion

Overall – I don't recommend Clear Nails Fungus.

Again, it doesn't have a solid background and there are very few reviews.

So products like this one can be very dangerous to your health.

I strongly suggest you to just look for other alternatives that are safer and trustworthy.

 

 

 


#5 – Side Effects (5 out of 10)


Products like Clear Nails Plus can have 2 types of results:

  • either they're very destructive
  • or they don't work at all

I'm saying this because of the high number of complaints and the pretty basic formula.

Now – I saw a complain about stomach problems.

If you ask me, it's quite normal for a probiotic to cause such reactions.

However – it can be dangerous in this case, considering Clear Nails Plus' problems.

So I don't think it's a very good idea to risk your health because of it.

I personally wouldn't buy it, that's all I can tell.

 

 


#6 – Price (5 out of 10)


Clear Nails Plus is very expensive for its true value and quality.

So obviously, I don't consider it a good option at all.

1. The Exact Price

Now – I saw Clear Nails Plus sold on Amazon.

So far, here are the only deals I found there:

  • One bottle (60 capsules) costs $29.95
  • 3 bottles (180 capsules/3 months supply) cost $49.95
  • Free shipping on selected dates

Again – considering the points I mentioned earlier, Clear Nails Plus is not worth it.

It's still up to you if you want to try it or not, but I don't recommend it.

It's simply not a good option for the money.

Now – it might work, but I doubt it can fight more than a mild fungus.

2. Competitors’ Price

Instead – I strongly suggest that you try the best fungus supplement I know.

The product is called Urgent Fungus Destroyer:

  1. Urgent Fungus Destroyer has a very good formula against fungus all over the body.
  2. It contains a unique mix of ingredients with notable benefits.
  3. Clear Nails Plus is more of a probiotic supplement.
  4. The formula is made to fight fungus, but it's rather weak.
  5. Normally, Urgent Fungus Destroyer costs $69 but can be bought for only $49/bottle.
  6. On the other hand, Clear Nails Plus starts at $29.95/bottle.

Obviously – Urgent Fungus Destroyer is the better option than Clear Nails Plus (in my view).

It worked for a lot of people and it comes from a reputable brand.

Although Clear Nails Fungus is cheaper in price, it's not worth it even close to its competitor.

So I believe Urgent Fungus Destroyer is a better investment overall.


Conclusion

Now – I strongly recommend that you consider allaspects of Clear Nails Plus.

Its lower price doesn't necessarily mean that it's a better deal.

That's why I can't recommend it, despite being rather affordable (for a fungus product).

 

 

 


#7 – Final Conclusions


Here’s how I would summarize my opinion about Clear Nails Fungus.

1. Basic Formulation

Clear Nails Fungus' formula is a probiotic supplement that contains the following:

  • a propriety blend
  • 40 billion CFU
  • 4 bacterial strains

However – the formula seems to be quite dangerous for some, according to their stories.

2. Unknown Background

In my view, Clear Nails Plus should have a credible background.

It's one of my requirements when considering a product legit.

But unfortunately, Clear Nails Plus has an unsearchable source.

I'm not saying that it's a scam, but there's a huge possibility that it is.

3. Quite Pricey

Lastly, Clear Nails Fungus looks somehow affordable.

But again – I want you to consider its other aspects as well.

The lack of important info makes me question if the price is worth it.

 

 


My Verdict – Worth It Or Not?


Short answer: No – there are enough reasons why:

  1. Weak formula against fungus
  2. Unknown sources/background
  3. Expensive for its true value
  4. Has some questionable features
  5. Doesn't have a professional website
  6. Very limited authentic reviews
  7. Can cause serious side effects often

The points mentioned above are enough to show you why I don't recommend it.

I just don't feel that it's worth the money – or the effort.

So what do I recommend instead?

An excellent product called Urgent Fungus Destroyer:

  • Contains a mix of unique ingredients
  • Long-lasting effect
  • Treats almost all types of fungus in the body
  • Minimal to no chances of side effects

Urgent Fungus Destroyer is not a cheap option but I can guarantee that it works.

So if you ask me, it's the better option and it's my #1 recommendation.

You will definitely get your money's worth if you go for it.

References:

1 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC7692339/

2 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC5572349/

3 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC7070434/

4 – https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-20119826/

 

Written by 

Paula has a background in Chemistry and continues to pursue further studies in it. She loves searching for the best products in the market that will give excellent benefits to the human body and share them with you.

6 thoughts on “Is Clear Nails Plus A Scam? My Review (2022)

  1. OMG I thought this product looks so freaking familiar except for the company or brand while the rest looks identical. While I was looking for a good anti fungus supplement I saw this one then I looked for it on Amazon. To my shock, a lot of the this is available but only differs on the brand logo. What is happening, is it a scam??? Or the companies are all just the same and just some sale techniques? Looks scary though.

    1. Hi, Nikita45! I actually encountered the same thing as you. There were a lot of product listings for Clear Nails Plus but it’s being offered by different brands. I couldn’t say right away that it’s a scam but the possibility is high especially the fact that there’s no solid info about its background. I hope I answered your question and stay away from doubtful products. Have a nice day!

  2. How much money did the company pay you to write your review? 3 bottles did nothing for me, and the company refused to refund the money for the fail and damaged product? They are just liars and pros at false advertising. There are a lot of people who have complained about this company and its products. Do not waste your money in Clear Nails Plus!!!

    1. Hello, Billy! I understand your frustrations and I hope you’ll find the right product for you soon. There’s really a lot of scammy products in the market so always be careful with what you buy and do some research first. To answer your question, I’m not being paid by the brand, and in fact, I don’t really like some of its aspects that’s why I don’t recommend it. Good day!

  3. I’ve been using Clear nails Plus by IntegratedHealthUSA
    My reason for choosing this company’s formulation is because it contains 450mg of Tumeric Root Extract. Yes the other ones listed on Amazon etc. do or did not contain the Tumeric.
    And yes! I feel I was scammed by Maktrek and S.O. LABS because of similar names and/or bottles.
    I would appreciate your opinion on the Integrated Health USA product.
    The original company should have had their name and product registered and copyrighted.
    Thank you

    1. Hi Vincent, I tried looking for that version of Clear Nails Plus you mentioned, but I couldn’t find it anywhere. Could you send me the link so that I can take a close look at it?

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