Saturday, July 26, 2014

Get Rid of "Patchy Summer Skin" Instantly with Colloidal Silver

If you spend a lot of time outdoors during the summer months, whether it's working in the garden or at the
lake or in the pool, you may have developed a very common skin issue causing "patchy summer skin."

Patchy summer skin can become unsightly, because you as early as the day following your sun exposure, white patches appear on your back, arms and chest.

What is this condition? Should I be alarmed?

According to One form of white patchy skin, and the one most common in our household and in our part of the country, is called tinea versicolor.


. . . This is a mild, superficial fungal infection, somewhat similar to ringworm (true ringworm can also result in white patches). Since the affected skin doesn't change color well with sun exposure, it usually becomes apparent as white patches during the summer months. In the winter it may seem to disappear, or even seem to become slightly darkened patches as the surrounding skin gets paler (this is where the name versicolor comes from).

Tinea versicolor is most common in adolescents and young adults 15 to 30 years old (although it can certainly happen at any age). The infection is chronic and recurs easily, but it causes no other health problems. People are most susceptible to the fungus during hot months in humid areas. Taking steroids, excessive sweating, wearing tight-fitting clothing, and chronic illness can all predispose a person to tinea versicolor, but someone without any of these factors can still get this mild infection.

While there are a variety of articifial and pharmaceutical ways to treat this condition, know that if you are using colloidal silver, you have the remedy to patchy summer skin right in your kitchen cabinet!

When we developed this condition in our household years ago, we began treating with colloidal silver.

Colloidal silver is the simplest, safest, toxin-free remedy to treat summer patchy skin (tinea versicolor)!

There are a couple of effective ways to apply the colloidal silver to tinea versicolor:

1. Simply pour some colloidal silver onto a folded paper towel. Wipe the generously moistened areas of your skin with colloidal silver. Allow to dry.
2  Spray the affected areas with a mister bottle containing collodial silver. Rub the collodial silver into the areas for a few seconds. Allow to dry.

We found that a single application eliminated the problem. Redness and itchiness disappeared immediately. And by the following weekend's activities, the lighter areas began acquiring color.

We sell all sorts of sprayers, bottles, misters and dispensers on our website.

Enjoy your summer!
And don't let "patchy summer skin" ever be a bother again!

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