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Jublia is a prescription medicine used to treat fungal infections of the toenails.

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Jublia (generic name: efinaconazole) is a 10% topical azole antifungal solution prescribed for the treatment of fungal infections (onychomycosis) of toenails due to trichophyton rubrum or trichophyton mentagrophytes fungi.


Follow the prescribing doctor’s instructions and refer to the enclosed patient instructions leaflet for further information. Regularly apply Jublia to affected toenails once daily for 48 weeks, using the flow-through brush applicator included in the pack. When applying Jublia, ensure that the toenail folds, the bed, the skin just under the free edge of the nail, and the undersurface of the toenail plate are wholly covered. 

Jublia is for topical use only on the toes and not on any other body part.

Jublia has only mild side effects, which should clear up once treatment stops. The side effects that may occur are redness, dermatitis, cysts and pain at the application site, exfoliation (losing dead skin cells), shedding of the nails, nail discoloration, and ingrown toenails. If they persist or worsen, consult with a doctor or pharmacist.

Onychomycosis is a fungal infection that affects the toenails or fingernails. It may involve any component of the nail unit, including the nail matrix, nail bed, or nail plate. It is contagious and won’t clear up without treatment.

Jublia is intended to treat only the Infection of toenails with a fungus of the trichophyton family. It has only been tested on patients over the age of five.

  • How does Jublia work?

    Jublia (efinaconazole) is an azole antifungal prescribed for treating onychomycosis of toenails. The formulation of efinaconazole, such as low surface tension and its low keratin binding affinity, allows Jublia to reach the site of infection when applied directly.
  • What is nail fungus or onychomycosis?

    Onychomycosis is a common fungal infection of toenails and fingernails. It begins as a white or yellow-brown spot under the tip of a nail, and as the fungal infection goes deeper, the nail may discolor and crumble at the edge. It is contagious and so can infect several nails.
  • What is onychomycosis caused by?

    At least three classes of fungi cause onychomycosis, but nearly 90% of all infections are caused by either trichophyton rubrum or trichophyton mentagrophytes fungus. Other causes may be yeasts and non-dermatophyte molds
  • Does onychomycosis ever go away?

    Fungal nail infections typically do not go away without treatment. Even with treatment, it can take up to a year for the infection to go away. Sometimes, a healthcare professional might decide to remove the nail completely.


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