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Shingles

Simple Things You Can Do for Shingles

shingles Clean your shingles and blisters with soap and water once or twice a day. Use lukewarm or comfortably cool water and an antibacterial soap with drying action to gently wash the affected area.

Take care not to scrub vigorously or spread the infection to other parts of your body. After washing, gently rinse your shingles and allow it to air dry. For faster recovery, don’t bandage the shingles.

Use a cool compress or slightly chilled ice to ease uncomfortable symptoms you may be experiencing and to stop yourself from scratching more and worsening the infection.

Ingredients such as Aloe Barbadensis leaf juice, Allantoin and Niacin, among others, have been known to be beneficial to the skin.

“I am so grateful for discovering Corium 21 from a long time trusted friend. I had a series of flared up bumps on my face for three months so I sought a dermatologist. My dermatologist prescribed me three types of face creams including internal medication. The bumps on my face never cleared after three weeks of use.

Then I talked to a friend who recommended Corium 21. He said that he used it to treat a rash on his neck. After using other products he said that Corium 21 by far has been the best product on the market. He let me try it and in less than four days my rash was completely gone. Immediately after I called Corium 21 to place my order. To me this is a miracle product and you must try it for yourself to believe my story.” – C.G.

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