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Ringworm Treatment

Dermatologists understand fungus buildup on the skin can lead to serious Ringworm. It’s important to understand how easy it is to get rid of ringworm & also knowing how to keep the fungus from spreading. That’s why many Dermatologists refer their patients to All Stop™ for Ringworm infections. We offer a quick, safe and easy…

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Ringworm Contraction

Below is a list of the most common places people contract ringworm: By touching a person who has a fungal infection. From your pets. Dogs and cats, as well as farm animals can be infected with ringworm. On floors of public showers or locker rooms or damp surfaces. This is the most common method of…

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Oral Medication not as Effective When Battling Ringworm

Prescription medications for Ringworm (oral medication) treat the entire body instead of just the infected fungus area! Fact: less than 8% of oral meds get to where they are required. Why treat your entire body? It doesn’t make sense, given the serious side effects, when you have something topical like All Stop™ and the Ringworm…

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Ringworm Disinfection

You realize that you’re contagious and it’s embarrassing. Remember being someplace and someone was staring at your ringworm? That’s because you are contagious and it’s very infectious. Other members of your family may have caught ringworm from you. You can reduce contamination by disinfecting with Benzalkonium Chloride. Note that All Stop™ offers Benzalkonium Chloride for…

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Bleach Should Not Be Used As A Remedy For Ringworm

Bleach is not a home remedy for ringworm; in fact it’s toxic! Don’t try this at home! Everyone’s skin has different degrees of sensitivity and applying bleach directly to your skin can leave you with a terrible chemical burn while opening up your ringworm blisters to further infection. Different people may claim that using bleach…

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