Healing Oils for Molluscum Contagiosum

What is Molluscum?

Molluscum contagiosum is a highly viral infection that is also considered an STD, but you don’t have to have sex to get it—skin to skin contact is sufficient. In fact, children are most commonly afflicted with it. The virus is related to smallpox and it appears on the surface of the skin as small shiny bumps.

Molluscum Contagiosum
ZymaDerm for Molluscum Contagiosum

The incubation period for Molluscum is variable—from a few weeks to several months—so it’s hard to backtrack and figure out who was kind enough to give it to you. While the virus is unattractive and inconvenient, it is not dangerous.

Doctors will generally advise to wait it out until your immune system kicks in, but the virus can hang around for years. To make matters worse, as long as the lesions are present, you’re contagious. Of course most parents find this unacceptable especially when children tend to scratch at the bumps which cause them to spread.

A more aggressive treatment is to have them frozen or burned off, but this can be traumatic to very young children. There is also the option of having each individual bump scraped off with a curette—a curved surgical knife. Topical anesthetics help with the pain.

Unfortunately, many Molluscum treatments simply don’t work and the side effects can include pain, blisters, and scarring.

One all natural treatment that combines healing oils with homeopathy is ZymaDerm for Molluscum Contagiosum. Users report good results after about two weeks of use.

The idea behind homeopathy is that ‘like cures like’ or substances that can cause a disorder can also cure it. This formula is in a base of jojoba oil. It also contains tea tree oil (M. Alternifolia) which has antimicrobial and antiseptic qualities. Another ingredient, lemon myrtle (Backhousia citriodora), has powerful antiseptic and anti-viral properties.  It is used as a cleanser or disinfectant and typically included in formulas for warts, ringworm and thrush.

Finally, clove oil has potent antiseptic and anti-inflammatory benefits. he essential oil blend includes the already mentioned Thuja as well as Boswellia carterii oleo-gum-resin aka Frankincense which is known to support the immune system and help with inflammationTea Tree which is antiseptic, antiviral, and antibacterial. To find out more about the formula or to purchase it, click here.

FYI, this product comes with a 6-month money-back guarantee so give it a try before going with a more aggressive treatment.

Combination of Essential Oil of Melaleuca alternifolia and Iodine in the Treatment of Molluscum Contagiosum in Children


16 Responses to “Healing Oils for Molluscum Contagiosum”

  1. Carrie says:

    My daughter had this for years and we finally heard about apple cider vinegar baths! I would buy gallon jugs and pour 3-4 cups in her bath and she would sit in it for 40 minutes or so. After the first bath several formed white heads and started the dying process! I added a few tea tree drops as well as that helps too!

  2. Doria says:

    I’ve never heard of this before, oh my! Thank you for sharing this, it’s good to know what’s out there.
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  3. Stacie says:

    I’ve never heard of Molluscum before. I don’t think I’ve ever known a kid who’s gotten it. I’m really happy about that! It sounds so easy to get!
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  4. Wow, I’ve never even heard of this before. Now I’ll be checking the kids for shiny bumps. Thank you for the information as well as a treatment option if they do get this or even if I get it.

  5. Dogvills says:

    This is the first time I heard about Molluscum. Thank you so much for sharing this information.
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  6. Kendall says:

    I’ve never heard of this before! But I love my essential oils! SO if I ever get something like this, I’ll definitely be pulling them out!
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  7. Wendy Polisi says:

    I’ve never heard that before! But it looks interesting and I know someone who need this.

  8. My Teen Guide says:

    I love using essential oil and I think, I should try this one. It’s really looks good!

  9. I have never heard of this condition. It looks and sounds painful. I am glad to know there is something that will help.

  10. Claudia K says:

    Clove oil is fantastic. It has wonderful properties that can help many things. Tea tree is also a wonderful oil.
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  11. Kathy says:

    I had no idea what this was til now. I’m glad to hear more about this though. I do love my essential oils as well. They sure do work for many things.

  12. Lisa Heath says:

    I’ve never heard of molluscum contagiosum before! The healing oil sounds good though, a lot of the ingredients are found in other ointments and such I use.

  13. Krystal says:

    I have never heard of this before. It sounds crazy. The healing oil sounds interesting. Glad there is help for this.
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  14. Sara says:

    I love learning about natural cures for common problems! This seems like a great treatment plan.

  15. Nelda Gibson says:

    Currently dealing with this my 5 year old daughter has it we 1st thought it was a skin tag she was 2 years old it went away and got 1 more i saw the white string and popped it not knowing what is was now she has like 6 on her face 2 on belly a week ago i started giving her little critters immune c plus zinc and echinacea heard it worked in a month see if that works im just going to do that and most important pray.

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