Ugh! You found the dreaded bumps on your kiddos arms, stomach or even bottom. You have been to the doctor to find out this is a virus called molluscum contagiosum. It will run its course and can live in the body for up to a year - sometimes longer - and wait, nope, there isn't a cure-all medicine for it. Then you walk away thinking now what? Usually that is when we see an influx of people searching for alternative healing solutions. Well, look no further. This all nature made product has been kicking those molluscum bumps to the curb. We hope it does it for your little one too.
Size: 2oz Jar
Ingredients: Diatomaceous Earth, Jojoba oil, Melissa, Tea tree, Frankincense, Ravintsara, Thyme Linalool
Lotion Base: purified water, aloe barbadenis, sunflower oil, shea butter, olive oil, flaxseed oil, hemp seed oil, jojoba oil, octyl palmitate (esther of palm oil), cetearyth-20, vitamin E, carbopol, triethanolamine (ph neutralizer), phenoxyethanol, ethylhexlgycerin
Application: Use a cotton swap and dab a small amount on the tip and apply it to the bumps 2-3 times a day. If you have a ruptured bump or one that looks like it will rupture soon, apply this to it, but use another q-tip to the apply to the other areas. Or you can even use a different q-tip per bump patch. Up to you. They are most contagious when when they are open and/or oozing!
The cream’s super powers: The oils used are highly anti-viral. Since this is a virus, it’s a highly concentrated dose of anti-viral serum to the localized issue that supports the overall immune system as well. This cream aids in your bodies natural ability to heal. The stronger the immune system the faster the results!
The Stages: Stage one: Small micro size bumps that are raised. Only a few on the body. Treat immediately if you can. Second phase: Red larger raised bumps. Some look “angry”. This is usually when people head to the dr and find out what is going on. Third stage: Angry bumps that pop. (They don’t always pop especially if you are treating them) When they get opened, this is when it spreads more. It is best not to touch them, even if they itch, so they aren’t accidentally opened. This can be hard for little ones. Fourth stage: drying up and healing.
Things to look for when using the cream: Most often it looks worse before getting better. Bumps go from raised bumps to angry bumps. Depending on the location of the lesions on the body, applying bandaid after treatment is wise for younger kids. Stop the touch to stop the spread.
The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Neither Wellaroma nor its products are intended for the purpose of diagnosing, treating, curing, or preventing any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using these products.