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Introducing the

Lunula Laser

Do you have thickened toenails?

Are they yellow or white or discoloured?

Do you have nails that you hide away?

We now have a solution!

The most advanced technology in fighting nail fungus infections.

The Lunula Laser is a cold laser therapy that destroys the bugs that cause fungal nail infections, without the need for nail paints, oral medication or uncomfortable hot laser therapies. It is safe, highly effective and pain free! It is an easy and convenient treatment that helps turn your discoloured and disfigured nails into clearer, healthier looking nails.

Healthy, Clear Nails - Simple!

Benefits include

The only touchless, painless solution for fungal nails

Research shows it has much better success than using hot laser therapy

Higher success rate (without the harmful side effects) of oral anti-fungal medications

No recovery period necessary

No more embarrassment about unsightly feet

Before and After images of treatments

Fungal nail before treatment

Nail 29 weeks after treatment

Before treatment

Nail 30 weeks after treatment

Treatment costs:

$150 each session (12 mins per foot)

Treatment (usually 4 - 6 required - ideally weekly but can be fortnightly)


Sterilization of all your shoes


Solveasy Cream for skin

$45 - $75

Spirularin Nail Serum OR Rejuvenail


Review Appointments (at 3 / 6 / 9 & 12 months)

Please note

The plan does not include cost of the initial consultation and any lab tests that may be required.
Check with your health insurer as to your rebate for podiatry.

Lunula laser treatment for fungal nails is a breakthrough in treating fungal infections in nails.

The laser is applied externally, and in many cases in as little as 4 treatments. Often there is no requirement for oral or systemic medications that can cause side effects.

There are no reported side effects with the use of the Lunula Cold Laser.

The beam of laser energy is targeted through the nail to the nail bed, eliminating the fungus within.

Frequently Asked Questions.

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