Molluscum Treatment Video

HOW TO APPLY CONZEROL™ TO MOLLUSCUM 1.-CLEAN INFECTED SKIN AREA 2.-APPLY SMALL AMOUNT (EQUAL TO LESION SIZE) ON EACH LESION 3.-GENTLY RUB IN CIRCULAR MOTION LEAVING THIN CREAM LAYER OR DAB WITH A Q-TIP ON INFECTED AREA. 4.-LET DRY FOR 2-3 MINUTES 5.-REPEAT TREATMENT 2 TO 3 TIMES DAILY  **Best Results: Apply Conzerol™ with small […]

Molluscum Treatment Conzerol

Molluscum Contagiosum DANIEL F Case 000278S

Patient Data Name: D. F. Country: Spain Gender: Female Age: 6 Number of Lesions: 29 Previous Treatments: None Time of infection before Conzerol: 28 days Diagnosed by: Dermatologist Testimonial This was a hard process, my daughter started to feel very depressed when she saw that those bumps weren’t healing at all. The best decision that […]

Is molluscum a wart?

Molluscum contagiosum is caused by a virus in the pox family, which is different from the virus that causes regular warts. The molluscum virus stays on the skin and doesn’t invade the bloodstream, and therefore, it doesn’t cause illness or fever, only mild itching and unsightly little bumps, whose color starts out as flesh-toned but […]

A Mother’s Testimony- Conzerol Really Works

We ordered your product at the beginning of Feb 2013 and started using the product once a day, at bedtime, on February 7th, 2013. We would place a dot of the medicine on each lesion and then take the blow dryer on a cool setting and dry it quickly, as to not stain her pajamas. My […]

Should I try to remove the bumps caused by molluscum?

It is never a good idea to try to physically remove the molluscum bumps yourself. There are some creams that you can get that have been affected for some people but please do not try to drain the nodules yourself. You could cause the molluscum to spread further, cause scaring or an additional infection. Remember […]