Molluscum Contagiosum at Home Treatment for Children: Molluscum Contagiosum in Children Treat & Cure Guide
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  • Children often catch molluscum bumps from other children. While under the arms and in the arm pit is the most common location for mollusca in children, molluscum on the face is especially problematic.
  • A cluster of molluscum bumps and eczema near the genitals. Our Treatment reduced this in three days and eliminated the lesions completely in three weeks.
  • Highly contagious pus head molluscum is frequently scratched spreading the infection. This molluscum bump needs to be treated quickly and covered.

Children - Molluscum Treat & Cure Guide

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Product Description

Instant access to a detailed treatment guide specially designed for children and infants. Natural products are the basis of the treatment. They are easy to apply and do not stain. 

Using defined procedures the Treatment guides you through these targets:

Target 1: Stop the spread
Target 2: Dry the pus heads
Target 3: Heal the lesions without scarring
Target 4: Eliminate the infection
Target 5: Stop re-infection

You need to be diligent, consistent and use common sense and you will win through. Molluscum contagiosum can be beaten ... and if you need help we are just an email away.

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  1. The best option 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Jul 2016

    I work in a pharmacy and I have used all the expensive medications doctors have prescribed for my daughter. I was exhausted that nothing worked on her. Most of the medications the cost is $1000 and thanks to my boss who helped me getting them exactly what he paid for but like I said I didn't see any improvement with any of the creams. I took my daughter to her dermotologist every 2 weeks so she can burn the molescums which left big scars on her. After reading the ratings on your site I said well I spent almost $4000 and nothing happened so let me try this. $14.95 won't hurt. After purchasing the information and using exactly the way it was suggested I can not express my emotions. My daughter is so happy and free of that pain that I can not believe. After 2 weeks I see a major result. Its so nice to hear from an 8 year old "mom can you believe now I can go out and swim and I can wear my bathing suit and I don't have to worry about people asking me what happened". Thank you thank you million time for the info.

  2. It works! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Jun 2016

    Thank you so much for having this treatment available. We had been to several doctors and a skin specialist with no effective results. The treatment in this document started working in a couple of days. Within 1-2 weeks the Molluscum was under control. I highly recommend you try it.

  3. Thank you, thank you, thank you 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th May 2016

    I should have wrote sooner and I apologize for that. I took your advise and have been doing everything that the PDF file said to do. We are down to a dozen spots from 43 spots seven days ago. No one else in the family has contacted it either. Thank you thank you thank you

  4. Wish i would of found this sooner 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Mar 2016

    After battling this awful skin issue for 10 months my Little one went from about 30 to over 2,000 of them. We were going to the derm. every other week to remove them however they simply kept spreading. I am beyond thankful! this has been the best $15.00 I have spent as I have spent over $2,000 on other products and drs visits for this to be what worked

  5. Molluscum disappeared 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Jan 2016

    The treatment really helped my daughter. In 2-3 weeks the molluscum had disappeared.

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