Naturopathix ZymaDerm for Molluscum is a patented, all natural topical treatment for molluscum contagiosum, a very common skin condition in young children as well as adults. The March 2012 issue of the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology published a study that demonstrated ZymaDerm is effective in reducing or eliminating molluscum lesions in over 85% of children in 30 days. ZymaDerm is a painless, topical solution that is patented, and has FDA approval. Developed by a Board Certified MD, and manufactured in the USA. 13mL.

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Naturopathix ZymaDerm for Molluscum is a patented, all natural topical treatment for molluscum contagiosum, a very common skin condition in young children as well as adults. The March 2012 issue of the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology published a study that demonstrated ZymaDerm is effective in reducing or eliminating molluscum lesions in over 85% of children in 30 days. ZymaDerm is a painless, topical solution that is patented, and has FDA approval. Developed by a Board Certified MD, and manufactured in the USA. 13mL.

23.9900
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Naturopathix ZymaDerm for Molluscum Contagiosum

Naturopathix ZymaDerm for Molluscum is a patented, all natural topical treatment for molluscum contagiosum, a very common skin condition in young children as well as adults. The March 2012 issue of the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology published a study that demonstrated ZymaDerm is effective in reducing or eliminating molluscum lesions in over 85% of children in 30 days. ZymaDerm is a painless, topical solution that is patented, and has FDA approval. Developed by a Board Certified MD, and manufactured in the USA. 13mL.

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Naturopathix ZymaDerm for Molluscum Contagiosum

A powerful, yet gentle, anti-viral topical solution, ZymaDerm is applied directly to the bumps and can be safely used on the face and private areas of the body. It is a natural, non-toxic topical liquid that has been clinically tested and is FDA approved as a homeopathic drug.

ZymaDerm gently and painlessly treats about 60 molluscum bumps, applied twice a day for a month. Since it is not absorbed, it is safe for babies nine months and older; and equally effective on adults. Since April 2003, half a million people have had their molluscum painlessly vanish by applying ZymaDerm to the infected area. 

ZymaDerm for Molluscum is a patented, all natural topical treatment for molluscum contagiosum, a very common skin condtion in young children, and also occurring as a sexually transmitted disease in adults. There are no prescription of over-the-counter treatments currently available for molluscum, and physician-offered therapies rely on painful destruction of the warty bumps by freezing, scraping, or applying a chemical solution such as cantharidin or potassium hydrochloride (per WebMD). 

The March 2012 issue of the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology published a study that demonstrated ZymaDerm is effective in reducing or eliminating molluscum lesions in over 85% of children in 30 days.

  • ZymaDerm has a clinically proven success rate of over 85% in clearing molluscum
  • Painless - represents the only painless option for treating this common condition
  • Patented and FDA approved as a homeopathic formula
  • Developed by a Board Certified MD
  • Manufactured in the US in an FDA registered, cGMP compliant facility ensuring quality

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.


Learn more about Molluscum Contagiosum

A Viral Skin Outbreak That Can Be Treated Painlessly, Quickly, and Inexpensively

What is Molluscum Contagiosum?

Molluscum contagiosum is a skin infection caused by a virus called MCV. Think of viruses as occurring in families. Just as a sister and brother are more alike than a boy and girl from different families, viruses in the same family share similar properties and behavior.Molluscum is a member of the pox family of viruses. This family includes cowpox virus and the human smallpox virus. Other skin conditions that may seem similar to molluscum contagiosum include chickenpox, warts, lichen planus, and basal cell skin cancer. (Indeed, the fact that many conditions can appear similar to molluscum underscores the importance of consulting one’s physician.)Fortunately, molluscum is harmless — just unsightly. This viral skin infection causes highly contagious, raised papules, or small bumps, on the skin. Molluscum is a common infection in the United States, occurs worldwide, and equally between male and female genders, and by some estimates accounts for 1% of all diagnoses of skin disorders in the US.Pox viruses are notorious for their ability to evade the host’s immune system by both active and passive mechanisms, and this helps explain why molluscum can persist so long — sometimes years.

How Do You Contract It?

Molluscum is common in children. In fact, it’s probably the most common unheard-of skin condition around! If your child has molluscum, you become an overnight expert; if you child never gets it, you probably will never hear of it.Molluscum occurs when a child comes into direct contact with the virus, usually from another infected child, who may or may not show symptoms. Unlike a cold or flu, the transmission of molluscum contagiosum is not airborne.You can also get molluscum through contact with an infected wet surface, such as poolside furniture, toys, or even a recently used towel. The most frequent sites of infection are the abdomen, arms and legs, but it is also commonly seen on the face, armpits and hands. In fact, molluscum contagiosum can spread to any part of the body, except the palms of the hands, soles of the feet and scalp.Persons with weakened immune systems, such as due to AIDS, may experience molluscum contagiosum that proves highly resistant to treatment.

What Are The Symptoms and Stages of Molluscum Contagiosum?

Typically, molluscum begins as small, painless bumps or lesions, not unlike goose bumps. This is the first of three main stages of molluscum contagiosum. During subsequent stages of molluscum contagiosum, the following can occur:
  • The molluscum begin to look more like flattened moles
  • The molluscum enlarge, sometimes rapidly, into raised, pearly, flesh-colored nodules. A characteristic dimple can develop in the center, but not always.
  • The nodules may develop a central core or plug of white, waxy material, including many virus particles.
  • Scratching may spread the virus, a process called auto-inoculation. This can result in the lesions being in lines, but more commonly they occur in patches called crops
Because the skin virus exists where there are no visible bumps, new crops can appear over time even after treatment of the original bumpsThe challenge of coping with the stages of molluscum contagiosum comes sharply into perspective when you consider how molluscum contagiosum afflicts adults. Typically, adult molluscum contagiosum occurs on the inner thighs, lower abdomen and genitalia.

What Are The Treatment Alternatives?

Regarding the treatment of molluscum contagiosum, Mayo Clinic staff have pointed out that the virus “usually resolves without treatment within six to 12 months.” But it’s hard to imagine patiently enduring a year or more of molluscum contagiosum, as Mayo Clinic acknowledges. Staff at Mayo Clinic observe that a physician may recommend treatment for molluscum contagiosum, based on several considerations–age, medical history, extent and location of the outbreak, and expected outcome of the condition.In the past, treatments ranged from surgical removal by scraping, de-coring, freezing, or needle electrosurgery, which sometimes resulted in scarring. Previously favored medications sometimes caused painful blistering and skin discoloration.Since its introduction in 2003, ZymaDerm has been the preferred treatment of a growing number of physicians and customers. A powerful, yet gentle, anti-viral topical solution, ZymaDerm is applied directly to the bumps and can be safely used on the face and private areas of the skin. It is a natural, non-toxic topical liquid that has been clinically tested and is FDA approved as a homeopathic drug.

How Is Molluscum Contagiosum Diagnosed?

Diagnosis is based on the appearance of the lesion, and can be confirmed by a skin biopsy. The health care provider should examine the lesion, to rule out other disorders and to determine other underlying disorders.

What Is The Prognosis?

Molluscum contagiosum lesions may persist from a few months, to a few years, with an average of 18-30 months in children. The lesions may ultimately disappear without scarring, unless there is excessive scratching, which may leave marks.

How To Prevent Contracting Molluscum Contagiosum?

Avoid touching the skin lesions directly. This is more important for children, than adults, as transmission from child to adult is not common. Also, avoid toy-sharing among children with molluscum. If a child is known to have molluscum, use separate towels, and do not bath children together.

Are There Complications?

The biggest complication is persistence and spread. Once immunity is acquired, the disease does not recur. Secondary bacterial skin infections may also occur, if there has been a lot of inflammation, or especially, scratching. That is why it is so important, in the opinion of many health care professionals, to treat molluscum contagiosum immediately. ZymaDerm has proved highly efficacious in the painless treatment of this troubling skin infection.At Naturopathix, we’re dedicated to scientifically providing nature’s own remedies.

Naturopathix ZymaDerm for Molluscum Contagiosum

Product Certifications:
Manufacturer: Naturopathix ZymaDerm

Item number: NPX001

GTIN: 898407001016


Package Size: 13mL

Suggested Use: Apply directly to each molluscum bump twice a day using the applicator rod attached to the cap.


Warnings:

For external use only.

Contains iodine. Ask a doctor before use if you are allergic to iodine.

Stop use and ask a doctor if irritation, itching, and/or redness of the skin develops.

Keep out of reach of children.


Refrigeration Required: No

Ingredients: 5x Iodum (kelp extract), 5C Thuja occidentalis, 5C Echinacea agustifolia.

Other Ingredients: Essential oil of M. alternifolia and B. citriodora, jojoba oil, high selenium canola oil, clove oil

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