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Getting rid of tinea versicolor does not have to be expensive or difficult. You can treat the tinea fungal infection in the comfort of your own home.
Continuing with a once to twice weekly use of the Tinea Versicolor Medicated Soap will help prevent spread of the fungal infection & future outbreaks.
Our Tinea Versicolor Treatments are natural and have been carefully formulated to provide fast & lasting results. Don't waste time - start treatment for tinea versicolor at home.
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Naturasil's Tinea Versicolor formula has active ingredient that is officially monographed in the "Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of The United States" and are based on the materia medica.
Tinea Versicolor is a fungal infection, commonly found among children and young adults, that the skin to change color, either lighter or darker, and usually appears on the shoulders, chest and back. Tinea Versicolor is caused by a yeast that usually lives on the skin of most adults without causing a breakout. The fungus produces a chemical which affects the pigment of the skin which results in a color change of the skin (see right). Breakouts seem to occur in high humidity and hormonal and immune changes may contribute. Tinea Versicolor is not contagious. Although it can reoccur, so treatment needs to be repeated.
Dear Naturasil, I have had tinea versicolor for going on 7 years now. Nothing the doctor gave me worked. Here in Canada it takes months to see a doctor, and I finally turned to the Internet and found your great product. Within a week of using the Naturasil soap and topical treatment I was free of this awful fungus!! I now can be worry-free when I wear a bikini in public and not have splotchy skin anymore. Thank you!
I am in the sun and water alot, and developed this tinea from being wet all the time. I used doctor prescribed lotrimin and you name it. Nothing worked. It was really simple. I washed with the Naturasil soap twice a day and applied liquid. Within 4 days the fungus was gone and my color started to come back. Your product worked for me and I would recommend it to anyone with this awful fungus!
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