Skin Care from Top to Bottom

June 30, 2016

Scraped Knee BandageA lot of people order an extra sprayer with their bottle of colloidal silver so they can get skin support for everyday problems like acne, rosacea, and more.

Skin support? Yep. It’s one of the most enduring uses for silver. Colloidal silver has been used for centuries as immune support and support for various ailments. Even with lots of competing modern medicine, silver is still one of the leaders of skin care, and can be found in bandages, burn salves, and more.

To save cost (for them, not you!), most of those products use an inferior form of silver, often in a compound. You can save your own money and get better quality the DIY way: by adding a sprayer to your bottle of MesoSilver.

Why MesoSilver? It’s pure colloidal silver—in other words, non-ionized nano silver particles suspended in pure water. It’s not a compound, not an ionic silver, not anything but pure nano silver particles (in fact, its gray-blue color let’s you know it’s a pure colloid, and not an ionic solution!).

Any minor skin ailment benefits from the support of colloidal silver. (And you can always continue to take it as a daily supplement for overall immune support!). In particular, make sure you have a colloidal silver bottle equipped with a sprayer on hand for:

-Bug bites
-Sun Burn
-Small cuts, scratches, and wounds
-Rashes
Acne
Rosacea

Colloidal silver is extra easy because you can spray and let dry with no odor, grease, burning or any of the problems you might encounter with other creams/whatever. Easy to put on under make-up, other skin-aids like aloe or coconut oil, easy to spritz onto a bandage if you’re trying to keep a wound wet, and to use in other ways that suit you.

Make sure that you’re getting support inside and out this summer by keeping enough colloidal silver on hand for all your needs, and by picking up one of our sprayers.

Share how you use your colloidal silver in the comments:

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