COLLOIDAL SILVER LIQUID, GELS AND CREAMS FOR SKIN TREATMENT AND INFECTION-FIGHTING EFFECT

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More and more people are becoming familiar with using colloidal silver for skin treatment. Let’s find out more about the different forms of Colloidal Silver for skin treatment through this article.

1. Colloidal Silver Gels

I’m a huge believer in topical colloidal silver products such as colloidal silver gels and colloidal silver creams – particularly for skin conditions like cuts, scrapes, minor burns, sunburn, bug bites, itches, rashes, acne, boils, blisters, minor skin ulcers, and more.

And in some cases, these colloidal silver gels and creams work great for more serious situations like topical MRSA infections, as well!

Unfortunately, most people don’t know about topical colloidal silver products, even though they’ve been used in hospital burn wards worldwide for decades, in the form of Silvadene Cream, containing silver sulfadiazine. This prescription-only silver cream is used to help prevent serious burns from becoming infected, since most burn victims don’t die of the burns, but from the subsequent bacterial infections in the dead, burnt and necrotizing skin and tissue.

2. Liquid Colloidal Silver

Of course, you can use plain old liquid colloidal silver topically, and to good effect. Many people use it to cure athlete’s foot and other topical fungal infections, for example. Others have successfully used it to cure nasty cases of Toenail Fungus. And of course it works wonders on cuts, burns and bug bites.

Similarly, many people swear by a mixture of pure Aloe Vera Gel and colloidal silver. This is a topical skin treatment, because Aloe has so many topical healing properties of its own.

3. Colloidal Silver’s Burn Relief and Skin-Healing Qualities

Most all hospital burn wards in the U.S. and around the world use a prescription silver-based cream called Silvadene (i.e., aka Silver Sulfadiazine) to help relieve burns, stimulate skin healing and prevent infections from taking hold on burnt skin.

But if you have colloidal silver on hand, you don’t need an expensive prescription cream to treat minor burns and sunburn.  Just spraying some colloidal silver onto a burn or sunburn, topically, will often provide dramatic relief from the pain, reverse blistering and stimulate skin healing.

Kentary hopes to have helped you learned more about the different forms of Colloidal Silver for skin treatment through this article.

Sources: infectioncontroltoday, thesilveredge

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