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Vygone Presents a Revolutionary Electro Waveform Device to Help Treat Molluscum Contagiosum Lesions
Date:6/28/2012

SPRINGVILLE, UTAH (PRWEB) June 28, 2012

Molluscum Contagiosum sounds like a completely Latinate phrase but the virus molluscum attacks a lot of people. This virus belongs to the same family of viruses that cause chickenpox, and that is why lesions caused by Molluscum may look similar to chickenpox blisters. However, Molluscum blisters are quite different from chickenpox blisters in their characteristics. They are painless but cause much embarrassment, as they may appear anywhere on the skin. Vygone has come up with a revolutionary electro waveform device for molluscum treatment and other similar skin problems.

Characteristics of Molluscum

Molluscum blisters have a particular shape and formation. They appear as little papules rising up on the skin to have the formation of white nodules with indented centers. A white liquid may be found in the blisters and so, they may burst. Unlike chickenpox blister, the Molluscum blisters do not cause pain like chickenpox blisters. However, they can spread from one person to another just like chickenpox virus. In earlier times, this problem was mainly found in children and teenagers, but today it has become a commonly found skin disease.

Molluscum blisters can appear and disappear on their own. Thy may stay visible for six months to one year. The infection may come back again after some time. The commonly used treatments for Molluscum involve painful methods like cryotherapy and cutterage that can leave scars on sensitive areas of skin.

Vygone Inhibitor Zapper

Due to a lot of pain associated with treatments like cryotherapy and cutterage, these treatments are no more recommended for the cure of Molluscum. Considering the need for a safe treatment for skin problems similar to those that caused by Molluscum Contagiosum, Vygone developed a device that uses electro waveform technology. The waveform that is released by Vygone Inhibitor Zapper treats the viral infection naturally and leaves no mark on the skin. This device not only treats Molluscum infection but also provides effective herpes treatments for problems like plantar warts, syphilis, genital warts, and shingles. The best feature of the technology is that it is effective as well as safe.

Vygone Inhibitor Zapper has become a wonder technological treatment tool that provides a painless and expensive way to treat sensitive skin problems. More information about the product can be found at: http://www.Vygone.com.

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