Molluscum Healing Ointment

Molluscum contagiosum gets worse before it gets better

The process of treating molluscum contagiosum can be an arduous one. While most bumps will resolve within 7 days after treatment with Molluscum Contagiosum Patches, particularly stubborn ones can take a few weeks to go away completely. In that time, the virus can put up one hell of a fight.

Molluscum contagiosum lesions often become bigger and slightly inflamed just before they resolve and heal. This is the result of the body’s immune system doing its work in fighting the virus.

While the inflammation itself can’t be helped, it can be treated using our specialized molluscum contagiosum cream treatment. With regular application, the affected area will remain protected and soothed as it heals, ensuring no ongoing symptoms or scarring occurs.

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How long does molluscum last?

If left untreated, molluscum contagiosum can last anywhere from six months to two years. During that time, it often spreads to different areas of the skin as well as to other people who come into contact with the sufferer. Once someone has molluscum contagiosum it can become very difficult to rid them of the virus.

This is where our Molluscum Contagiosum Patches come in. They treat the lesions at their source, ensuring the virus is dealt with and helping to mitigate possible transmission to other people.

Treating molluscum contagiosum with our Molluscum Contagiosum Patches can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, depending on the immune system of the sufferer. Employing the use of our molluscum contagiosum cream treatment ensures this treatment process is as smooth and effective as possible.

Molluscum contagiosum is an often visible skin condition that can also result in the sufferer developing self-esteem issues or facing social stigma.

The virus spreads most commonly in children which can raise issues in school or other social situations. As is often the case, treating molluscum contagiosum helps children avoid isolation from their peers and helps them to rebuild their self-esteem.