Are there alternative ways to bring relief to Molluscum besides Conzerol?
Yes, you can have them surgically removed (scraped), frozen or apply harsh blistering agents. We recommend you use Conzerol® before resorting to methods that can cause scarring or waste time on products that over promise and under deliver.
Can I use Conzerol® on my child?
Yes, Conzerol® is safe for Children. Make sure it does not get into their mucus membrane’s or eyes. If this happens just rinse with water.
Can I use Conzerol® in the genital area?
Yes, you can apply Conzerol® to the surface of any genital lesion. Do not use internally.
Can I apply Conzerol® to the any part of my facial area?
Yes, Conzerol® is safe for facial skin and even for your eye lid. Avoid getting it into the eyes. If you get it in your eyes simply flush with water. Do not use internally.
What causes Molluscum Contagiosum?
It is caused by a poxvirus and can be spread through skin to skin contact. You can also contract the virus through contaminated solid surfaces, like lawn furniture and towels.
Can Conzerol® be used for other skin problems?
How does it work?
Humans have defense mechanisms to counter harmful microorganisms but can sometimes need help. There are compounds found in nature that are effective for human use in battling microbial infections. Conzerol® has botanical antiviral compounds that have been used for centuries.
Will the lesions return?
Why hasn’t my physician heard of Conzerol®?
Conzerol® is a recent formulation of special antiviral compounds found in nature. Conzerol® cream has recently been registered with the FDA and will start showing up in more doctor’s office. You can help spread the word by sharing your testimony with your physician.
If I am HIV positive can I use Conzerol®?
Yes you can. In HIV patients, the spreading of Molluscum Contagiosum (MCV) is much higher than with others, sometimes requiring extended period to use.
Is Conzerol® FDA registered?
Can your product stain clothing?
Only if not allow to dry (about 2-3 minutes after application), otherwise due its natural and powerful ingredients, the product could stain clothes.
How do I know I have Molluscum Contagiosum?
We recommend that you be evaluated by your primary-care physician or other health-care provider to assure it is Molluscum Contagiosum (MCV). Once you know it is MCV, start using Conzerol®.