Naturopathix Zymaderm for Molluscum Contagiosum

July 16, 2013 - Comment

If you or your child has been told by your doctor you have molluscum, don’t fret! You can now be molluscum free in 30 days – guaranteed! ZymaDerm formula 1 for molluscum is a patented, all natural topical treatment for molluscum contagiosum, a very common skin condition in young children, and also occurring as a

If you or your child has been told by your doctor you have molluscum, don’t fret! You can now be molluscum free in 30 days – guaranteed! ZymaDerm formula 1 for molluscum is a patented, all natural topical treatment for molluscum contagiosum, a very common skin condition in young children, and also occurring as a sexually transmitted disease in adults. There is no prescription or over-the-counter treatment currently available for molluscum, and physician-offered therapies rely on painful destruction of the warty bumps. This is distressing to the child and parent alike. ZymaDerm has a clinically proven success rate of over 91% in clearing molluscum. Most importantly, ZymaDerm is painless, and represents the only painless option for treating this common condition. Patented and FDA approved as a full strength topical homeopathic formula, ZymaDerm was developed by a Board Certified MD and is manufactured in the US in an FDA registered, cGMP compliant facility ensuring your safety. ZymaDerm is protected by US Patent, backed by scientific studies, is completely drug free, and is safe for use on all body areas including the face and genital areas in children 9 months of age or older. ZymaDerm really works! ZymaDerm is made in the USA and comes with an unconditional 6 month money back guarantee.

Product Features

  • Patented, all natural topical treatment for molluscum contagiosum
  • FDA approved as a full strength topical homeopathic formula
  • Drug free, and is safe for use on all body areas including the face and genital areas in children 9 months of age or older

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Jamwife says:

Better Results Than The Dermatologist My two daughters were fighting with small outbreaks of Molluscum Contagiosum and every two weeks we were making trips to the dermatologist for treatments. With our insurance we were paying $15/child each visit. That’s a total of $60/month. After 3 months of treatments we were seeing little results. The larger molluscum needed 2-3 treatments before any results were seen and it seemed as if everytime they were treated at the dermatologist 3-4 new molluscum bumps would appear. It was a never-ending and expensive cycyle. It was also becoming more and more stressful for my 3-year old because she hated to take her shirt off at the dermatologist office.I was getting close to my witt’s end. Especially when I noticed a new molluscum bump on my 5-year old daughter near her gentitals and two new bumps on my 3-year olds neck and chin. It felt as if we were fighting this VERY expensive fight with no armor and I felt helpless as if my only option was the dermatologist…

mjord says:

helped but not what cured son’s mollescum ZymaDerm seemed to help for a while to keep the mollescum from spreading, but it did not make even one of our 18 month old son’s warts disappear. I used one bottle of ZymaDerm, even with the recommended body wash, and then became concerned about continuing treatment. It seemed to irritate his skin after a while, and I didn’t like that so much of this medication was being absorbed through his skin without results. It did seem to keep the warts small and contained for a while. However, after several months, the warts began to spread pretty aggressively. I tried some other options which also didn’t work for us…apple cider vinegar applications and straight tea tree oil (also found out this could be very dangerous if ingested). After a year of no luck and almost up to thirty warts, I tried Compound W (salyclic acid) on the biggest warts. Only one or two applications and they were gone within 1-2 weeks! Then, I tried Johnson & Johnson Clean and Clear, which is also salyclic acid but a…

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