Silverlab | Colloidal Silver Cream (75ml/120ml tube)
- Dry chapped and damaged skin
- Sun-damaged skin
- Cycling and running rash
- Athlete’s foot
- Smelly feet
- Dhobis itch
- Sun spots
- Cracked heels
- Shaving rash
- Impetigo (skin rash)
- Nappy rash
- Nipple & breast care
- Vaginal thrush
Skin lesions or the common rash are terms that describe skin characterised by one or more of the following symptoms:
- Itching, dryness
- Blistering or bleeding
The Healing cream may also serve as a moisturiser and personal lubricant, and it can be applied around the nose and lips during colds and flu.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
For topical use only. Apply to skin directly as needed or as prescribed by your Healthcare Practitioner. Haemorrhoids (piles): Apply liberally 2 times per day. (Apply 1 ml with the tip of finger, internally & externally). If the conditions of athlete’s foot, acne, haemorrhoids or sun spots does not improve within 6 weeks, please consult your Healthcare Practitioner. Use within 30 days of opening.
Silverlab ionic⁺ Colloidal Silver Healing Cream is a white smooth cream with a pleasant natural fragrance.
ionic⁺ Colloidal Silver 18 ppm 56%, Avocado Oil 18%, White petroleum jelly, Ceto stearyl alcohol, Mineral Oil, Glyceryl stearate, Sodium laurel ether sulphate.
PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTION AND INDICATIONS
Skin problems, Dermatitis, Eczema Erythema, skin lesions or the common rash are terms that describe skin characterised by one or more of the following symptoms: inflammation, redness, swelling, itching and dryness, crusting, flaking, cracking, oozing, blistering, or bleeding.
Causes are as varied as the rashes themselves. They may be associated with allergies or asthma, Psoriasis, Impetigo, Shingles or rashes caused by childhood diseases like chickenpox, measles and scarlet fever. Some medications can cause rashes, as can insect bites and stings.
Bad bacteria may take advantage of this damaged skin and often increase the severity of the problem.
Cortisone is often used to decrease the local inflammation, swelling, burning and itching that are often associated with these skin problems.
A common side effect of using strong cortisone ointments and creams is thinning of the skin, especially when applied to skin-folds such as under the breast, the armpit, and the groin.