Welcome to SKIN TAGS! Skin tags can be removed with one easy 15 minute treatment at home! The Skin tag removal kit contains all you require to remove 30 to 40 skin tags. and skin healing cream containing pearl oil Here we have a young lady with a skin tag on her neck. she is very aware of it and wants it removed. After cleaning the area with a sterile pad, here we can see the emery board being used to roughen the surface of the skin. to allow the active ingredients to penetrate into the body of the Skin Tag to destroy it.
The applicator is used to coat the skin tag with the solution A mild stinging sensation is normal at this stage Any excess cream should be wiped away The cream is left in place for 15 minutes in some cases a second application may be needed where the skin tag is old and thick Fresh water is used to remove the dried cream and clean the treated area We can see as the area is cleaned that the whole skin tag has turned black! A sure sign that the treatment has been successful.
The skin around the treated area is quite red, this should be expected There may even be slight swelling around the base of the skin tag, but this is temporary The healing cream containing pearl oil is then applied to the treated area and surrounding skin. After a short time, the redness around the area has greatly reduced leaving only local redness. After 24 hours we can see there is a little redness around the treated area and the skin tag has become darker and smaller 2, 3 4 days pass.
DermTV Molluscum Contagiosum DermTV Epi 445
Herpes and Molluscum contagiosum, in adults, are usually spread during sex. Everyone knows that you need to treat Herpes, but do you need to treat Molluscum The answer is right there in its name. If you want to know why and more importantly how, stay tuned! Hello I’m Dr. Neal Schultz pause And welcome to DermTV. Molluscum contagiosum is one of the three most common viral infections of the skin in adults. Most of you know the other two Herpes and warts. So aren’t you happy to now know number three!.
Because molluscum is almost always spread by skin to skin contact, in adults it tends to occur in the genital region and on the face. While in theory it can spread by contact with contaminated objects like towels and clothing, I would emphasize skin contact as the source, not these other objects. And it’s contagious. Very contagious. That’s why it’s called Molluscum contagiosum. And because it’s not confined to the genitals but is so often on the pubic area, lower abdomen and thighs, condoms may not be very helpful in preventing its spread.
The individual lesions of molluscum are bumps that tend to be dome shaped with a somewhat flattened top which is often indented or dimpled in the center. The bumps are usually one to five millimeters in size, skin colored or pink except the center which can be whitish or waxy in appearance, and the entire bump can even have a pearly appearance. They don’t hurt or itch unless they’ve been scratched or rubbed, so often they spread and there are many lesions by the time you see them. There are two real tricky parts to this very inconvenient but not dangerous infection.
The incubation period and the treatment. The incubation period is so variable, ranging from a few weeks to many months that it’s often impossible to know who was kind enough to share it with you unless you’re in a long term monogamous relationship. And in terms of treatment, while humans survived molloscum before the advent of dermatologists, waiting the months or years for your own immunity to finally kick in and cure you as you watch the lesions multiply and spread is not a real swell idea and does nothing to endear you to others.
There are dozens of different chemical treatments that either don’t work or cause unacceptable side effects like pain, blisters, scarring and then often don’t work. So here’s the good newsbad news. The bad news is they’re best treated by having each individual bump scraped off with a surgical instrument called a curette, which is a curved knife. But the good news is that with modern topical cream anesthetics, there are no needles involved and the procedure is totally painless and quick. Of course, avoidance might well be the best cure So look before you love!.
DermTV How to Remove Warts DermTV Epi 184
Music Hello, I’m Dr. Neal Schultz pause and welcome to DermTV. In a previous episode I discussed what viral warts are and why they’re so difficult to treat and how frustrating treating them is. As a matter of fact, I said, treatment of warts has done more to ruin the reputation of dermatologists than anything else we treat. But let me tell you what treatments do work the best. Starting with topical treatments, we like to use chemicals that actually cause a small irritation in the skin. The reason we want to cause an irritation is because when the skin gets.
Irritated then it becomes inflamed. An inflamed skin will wake up the sleeping immunity, which up until that point hasn’t recognized that viral infection and help wipe out the infection. And the two chemicals that I like to use the most are chemicals you’ve heard me talk about many times glycolic acid and salicylic acid. Which at concentrations we discussed before usually are not irritating. Normally, we use salicylic acid at about 2 but for warts we use 16 or 17. Normally, glycolic acid is used at 8, 10 or even 12. Here for wart treatments, we use it at 20 or stronger.
Those are fairly effective ways to treat warts medically. If that doesn’t work we always have the default of falling back to surgical treatment, where under local anesthesia the warts are cut out, but I did explain in the other episode why in a quarter of the times we tend to get reoccurrences because those little tentacles that go out from the warts that we don’t see when we’re doing the surgery. There’s one more special situation and that’s plantar warts on the bottom of the foot. Anytime you go deep enough to completely cure a wart there’s a chance, surgically,.
There’s a chance that you may actually cause a scar. If you do get a scar on the bottom of the foot which is a weight bearing surface, then it hurts when you put pressure on that scar and that’s what happens every time you walk. So we try not to remove warts on the bottom of the foot surgically. Instead, the treatment that I like the best involves using lasers and specific lasers that attack the blood vessels that treat this little growth because if you can knock out those blood vessels you’ll cause the little.
DermTV What Are Warts DermTV Epi 181
Music Hello, I’m Dr. Neal Schultz pause and welcome to DermTV. Warts are very common growths caused by a virus. As a matter of fact, they are so common that the technical word for wart in medical terminology is verruca vulgaris, translated from Latin that means common warts. Warts are caused by the HPV virus which is also called the human papillomavirus. And because it is caused by a virus 1. Of course, it is an infection. 2. It is contagious. The most common locations that we get warts are on the fingers, on the feet.
And the genitals. Warts are very easy to catch and unfortunately very difficult to treat with medicines. Because of that, we try to treat them surgically with local anesthesia to cut them out. But regardless of how you treat them, with medicines or with surgery, they tend to come back. As a matter of fact, I would like to say that warts have done more to ruin the reputation of a dermatologist than anything else we treat because they tend to come back. Let us talk about why they come back. When your body has an.
Infection, there is a fight between the body and the infection. Normally, the body wins and makes the infection go away, but in order for that to happen, the body has to see the infection and be aware of it. When you have a wart growth, which is a viral infection, this virus lives in what we call an immunologic window. That means that body’s immune system just cannot see it. If it cannot see it, it cannot fight it. And when the body is not helping you fight the infection, then it is very difficult for topical.
Medicines to fight the infection and win. And for that reason, many topical medicines either work very slowly and sometimes not at all. So, the alternative is to cut the virus out. Cut out your wart. Well, we do that with local anesthesia. But let me give you an example of why that tends to fail. This is a tracing of the back of my left hand and the red dot is obviously a wart on the back of my thumb. But look at the little black lines coming off of the wart. Those are tentacles. You cannot see them, I.
Cannot see them. They are under the skin. And those tentacles from one end to the other are much larger than the actual wart. If I just remove the wart and there are tentacles and do not remove the tentacles, those tentacles tend to become a focus from which the wart grows right back. So, if I want to be sure I am going to get rid of the wart and have it not come back, I have to guess and take a much larger area than the actual wart takes. Well, if I do that, I am going to cause an unnecessarily disfiguring.
Scar. So we do not like to take those large areas out. Instead, we just remove the wart, and that is why in about one in four times the wart tends to come back. There is one other situation and that is the bottom of the foot. Again, if you cut a wart out, you may go sufficiently deep if you are successful, so that you actually get a scar. Well, a scar will be of cosmetic importance only elsewhere, but on the bottom of the foot, a scar can be very painful because scars on weightbearing surfaces, when you step.
Colloidal Silver Benefits Arthritis, Cold Sores, Experience Nancy
Hello! My name is Nancy Gurish gtgt I started using colloidal silver in 2006. gtgt I found gtgt I found my first bottle at gtgt a regular health food store, under bone and joint support. gtgt and gtgt I did not buy it for myself, initially gtgt I bought it for my father and gtgt he didn’t want to use it, he was afraid of it. gtgt Many people are afraid of using colloidal silver. gtgt So I investigated it gtgt I read a lot about it, gtgt and um I have gotten gtgt I learned a lot, gtgt I have a lot of information to.
Share on it. gtgt And, any time I had a conversation with people gtgt specifically at work, or anywhere in life we begin to talk about gtgt um health, gtgt arthritis comes up, and gtgt cold and flu gtgt and that gtgt and what the colloidal silver did for me, which I didn’t expect is it gtgt helped me with arthritis. gtgt I have boneonbone arthritis gtgt in my left knee, I have arthritis in both of my knees. gtgt I have arthritis in my fingers and joints gtgt raises hands to show fingers gtgt and colloidal silver.
Has a lot of advantages, gtgt it is uh gtgt colloidal silver acts as an antibiotic, it has antibiotic, gtgt anti fungus, gtgt anti viral, gtgt and uh anti bacterial properties gtgt but it is also an antiinflammitory, gtgt it somehow works gtgt that way, gtgt so that it gtgt it causes, gtgt it allows me to not have discomfort from my arthritis pain. gtgt I had, gtgt both of my knees are affected badly, gtgt but my left knee has boneonbone arthritis. gtgt I had an xray done not too long ago of it gtgt and it, doesn’t bother me at all anymore. gtgt I have.
Had a lot of trouble with it in my life. gtgt I have had arthritis in my knees since my 20’s. gtgt And, uh about gtgt 6 or 7 years ago I was wearing braces on both of my knees. gtgt I weighed about 15 more pounds of weight on me than I do now, gtgt or 20 more at that time, which didn’t help. gtgt I lost some weight and that helped gtgt but it didn’t help the arthritis fully. gtgt After I started to take colloidal silver I gtgt found out that it helped, gtgt it took the pain away.
From my knees. gtgt uh Back then when I had a lot of problems with it I had three large vials of fluid drained from my left knee gtgt so, my knees are very bad. gtgt But with colloidal silver as I said gtgt it takes care of that pain gtgt and I discuss this in my web pages of my website. gtgt I have web pages on my story of how I found out about, gtgt and remembered colloidal silver from when I was a young kid gtgt uh one of my neighbour’s grandfather, he was about gtgt 80.
Years old at the time gtgt he was of European descent gtgt and I remembered him putting a coin into his coffee cup, gtgt and I woke up one morning and I thought about that gtgt seeing that. gtgt I was a very small child and I had remembered the sight of him gtgt indicates with thumb and finger flipping a coin into his coffee cup, and I gtgt Googled it. gtgt Why would anyone put a coin into their coffee cup, gtgt into hot coffee gtgt And I found that gtgt before refrigeration.
Came in gtgt people used silver products in milk buckets gtgt specifically, gtgt to keep it free of bacteria which kept it fresh. gtgt It kept it fresh simply because it kept the bacteria away gtgt and that is what colloidal silver does inside of our bodies gtgt it keeps the bacteria away gtgt so that disease doesn’t happen. gtgt And um for some reason gtgt maybe that is how it works with the arthritis, gtgt but gtgt anyway gtgt I share this information. gtgt I started to make my own colloidal silver gtgt because gtgt it is.
Expensive gtgt and so, gtgt I purchased some silver rods, gtgt I purchased four sets in that time gtgt silver rods. gtgt One of them I gave away to someone, gtgt and three of them are just about now expended, gtgt three sets of rods. gtgt That is six silver rods gtgt in six years time, gtgt split between myself and at least gtgt five, gtgt probably six other people gtgt who I have given silver away to through the years gtgt so that is a lot of use. gtgt So when you consume colloidal silver gtgt you do not consume very much silver.
Into your body, gtgt with it’s use, gtgt it. gtgt I know because it has lasted me so long. gtgt I will be making a tutorial on how to make colloidal silver, as well. gtgt I am going to be adding these tutorials to my website to expand it and make it more interesting. gtgt sipping water gtgt I talk about other uses like gtgt drinking water with olive oil in it. gtgt Olive oil is gtgt good, it is the good cholesterol smiles in our bodies. gtgt And the only way to get rid of bad.
Cholesterol is to push it out with good cholesterol gtgt It is the HDL gtgt the high density lipoprotein gtgt and it can push the LDL out of your body, gtgt and it works very well for me. gtgt I will be getting some follow up tests gtgt I have the beginnings of gtgt plaque on my arteries, gtgt I had my carotid arteries ultra sound done on both sides, gtgt and I recently found out that I have the beginnings of gtgtit’s hard to say gtgt atherosclerosis gtgt and so I have become.
More gtgt I am getting more knowledge on um the oil vitamins gtgt A, D and E gtgt uh what is it gtgt Alpha lipoic acid gtgt and uh the olive oil gtgt flax seed oil for women is good gtgt pumpkin seed oil for men gtgt and pumpkin seed oil will prevent prostate cancer, gtgt prostate troubles gtgt so. gtgt It has been interesting gtgt it has been fascinating, gtgt I am having a lot of fun with it. gtgt I am gaining a lot of knowledge gtgt and I am very excited. gtgt I don’t want to live forever, gtgt.
As some people might tend to say. gtgt Do you want to live forever gtgt No I don’t, gtgt but I, gtgt I am getting older gtgt and my family as they grow gtgt I don’t want the complications, gtgt I don’t want the consequences that come gtgt that I see so many people getting. gtgt The consequences are gtgt a lot of medicines, gtgt hospital stays, gtgt disease, disorders, gtgt cancers, gtgt crazy autoimmune disorders gtgt so I am looking in to that also, gtgt but right now, I am rambling.
Gtgt I will be making many more tutorials soon, I have many now. gtgt I would like to say thank you for listening gtgt and uh I take about three tablespoons of colloidal silver gtgt when I do take it. gtgt I have measured it, gtgt since I make my own I do not measure it, gtgt but it comes out to about three tablespoons full, gtgt about three or four times a week gtgt and that amount keeps cold sores away, gtgt it keeps cold and flu away, gtgt it.
Keeps the arthritis down in my knees. gtgt It keeps them very happy because they are pretty sick knees, gtgt but they are very fine, under the use of colloidal silver. gtgt I am enjoying my use of it gtgt So, goodnight and joking good news! gtgt I am not a medical practitioner. gtgt I am actually a licensed cosmetologist gtgt who is interested in natural products for natural prevention of disease, gtgt and for good health gtgt and for even stopping and reversing some of the symptoms that can come along with illnesses.