FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Conzerol® safe to use on my face?

Conzerol® is safe to use on your face, just make sure to avoid getting any cream into your eyes. If that does happen, rinse your eyes with water.

Can I use Conzerol® around the genital area?

Conzerol® is safe to use around and on the genital area, but should not be used internally.

Can my bumps come back?

Once your bumps have gone away, you no longer have the molluscum contagiosum virus. However, it is possible to contract molluscum contagiosum several times over your lifetime, so it’s important to take precautions to prevent getting it again.

Is Conzerol® the only treatment available for molluscum contagiosum?

There are several treatments available molluscum contagiosum, including cryotherapy—freezing off the bumps—and curettage—cutting off the lesions. These treatment options are effective but carry the risk of scarring and infection. Conzerol® is the only topical cream available over the counter specially formulated to treat molluscum contagiosum.

Is Conzerol® safe for children?

Conzerol® can be used safely on all children

What causes molluscum contagiosum?

Molluscum contagiosum has been shown to be caused by a poxvirus that is extremely contagious, The lumps resulting from the skin disease are relatively harmless, but can last for months or even years unless treated. Conzerol9r) has been proven to heal bumps in as little as 7-12 days.

Does Conzerol® work on other skin diseases?

While Conzerol® is being studied to see if it works on other disorders, it is only used for molluscum contagiosum as of this time.

Does Conzerol® have any negative interactions with other medications?

Conzerol® has not had any signs of interacting negatively with other medicines, but check with your doctor before adding any treatment to your routine.

Can I get molluscum contagiosum again?

Once your bumps clear up, you are free of the virus. However, it is possible to contract molluscum contagiosum multiple times over your lifetime.

My doctor said he’s never heard of Conzerol®. Does that mean it isn’t safe?

Conzerol® is fairly new. Each day, more doctors are discovering the benefits of Conzerol® in treating molluscum contagiosum. If you have used Conzerol®, we highly recommend you discuss your experience with your doctor.

Can I use Conzerol® if I have HIV/AIDs?

Yes, Conzerol® can be safely used by those with HIV/AIDs.

Has Conzerol® been approved by the FDA or other medical boards?

Conzerol® is a homeopathic, over-the-counter treatment that complies with all national standards.

Will Conzerol® stain my clothes?

Conzerol® can cause staining if you come into contact with clothing before it completely dries.

What are the signs of molluscum contagiosum?

Molluscum contagiosum causes clusters of red bumps or lesions to appear on the skin. The virus is usually diagnosed through a visual examination with a doctor. If you have been diagnosed, molluscum contagiosum can be cured quickly and easily with Conzerol®.

 

Information about Molluscum Contagiosum

  • Symptoms of molluscum contagiosum include clusters of pink or red lumps
  • Most cases are diagnosed through a brief visual exam; in some instances, a biopsy is needed to rule out other skin diseases
  • If you have molluscum contagiosum and begun treating the virus with Conzerol®, you are considered contagious for just a few weeks. Without treatment, you may be contagious for several months or even years.
  • A common virus in children, molluscum contagiosum is most frequently seen on the chest, arms and legs
  • Molluscum contagiosum can be spread through sexual contact
  • Sharing regular household items like towels or washcloths can spread the virus
  • If you have a weakened immune system, molluscum contagiosum may be more severe. Some patients have reported having hundreds of lesions.

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