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Reddit mentions of American Biotech Labs - Silver Biotics - Silver Gel - SilverSol Nano-Silver Infused Hydrogel - 4 oz.

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Cools and soothes skin: Helps to protect and beautify skinAll Natural: Naturally promotes healingUnscented and Dye-freeNo staining, non-stinging, and no stickingNo BPA: Safe for children

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Found 4 comments on American Biotech Labs - Silver Biotics - Silver Gel - SilverSol Nano-Silver Infused Hydrogel - 4 oz.:

u/HopefulProle · 3 pointsr/Silverbugs

Silver has a centuries-long history as an antibacterial and antimicrobial. What's more, it's notoriously easy to make yourself. For decades, the American medical establishment shunned its use, (largely because it can't be patented) but with the resurgence of its applications in alternative medicine, companies (like Pfizer) have started mixing it in to their chemical concoctions so it can be prescribed as "real" medicine.

Very sorry about your loved one's illness. If the stuff the doc gave you works, you might want to try pure topical colloidal silver. It's much more potent, doesn't have any of the additives, and is likely much cheaper:


u/red0x · 1 pointr/eczema

Try ASAP. It fixed my eyelid eczema.
On mobile, so apologies for the shit link: American Biotech Labs Silver Gel ASAP365 4oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0016SJLD2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_d3IQzb0M8DY3M

u/stagnantexplosion · 1 pointr/wicked_edge

I have something you absolutely need to try out and I promise you will never look back, its like a miracle for your skin in every way. I have super super sensitive skin and before accutane a few years ago I had cystic acne that thank God cleared or id be dead it was so horrible.
Still though shaving still easily made me breakout from sensitivity until I found this stuff called colloidal silver and got it in a gel form that I put on after shaving and sometimes before bed to really heal my skin and no words describe how it clears and removes every little spot of my skin, and has no burn or chemical crap that burns to use, its like aloe vera as far as resemblance goes.

No joke my sisters boyfriend had this skin condition called Tinea Versicolor spreading all over his chest and whole body and the dermatologist said it was uncurable and literally everything he tried didnt help until I got him a tube of this stuff for his birthday and I kid you not, one week later and his uncurable condition was almost nonexistent. I will post the link to what I got its not even very expensive, God bless!


u/dafttmonkk7 · 0 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Hey, sorry to hear nothing you've tried is working. A lot of people will probably tell you it's your diet, which I guess is entirely possible if you're the type of person sensitive to things you eat. But if you've tried a healthy diet already to no avail (like a lot of other people do), you should go to a dermatologist and have them prescribe you something like an antibiotic. I wouldn't recommend oral antibiotics because I took them and my acne only cleared temporarily. The drug I was given worked for a short period and then stopped working.

If you're interested, I did some quick research and I found a type of OTC product known as "silver serum." It's typically in cream form and is meant to both soothe + disinfect so it shouldn't be drying or give you a chemical burns. I haven't tried it myself but from what I've read, it does its job fairly well in killing bad bacteria. I actually might order some just because I'm in the middle of a flare up right now. This right here is a link to one that I found on amazon. It might be worth looking into. Like I said, I have noo experience with it, but it could do you some good. Btw I am not a doctor nor do I plan to be one or claim to be one blah blah blah, I'm a college kid majoring in comp sci, so don't take this product recommendation as any kind of medical advice. It's just another option for you that you might not have heard of yet.

Good luck,


edit: okay so actually maybe not a great idea to use gel containing silver as someone pointed out below that it can turn your skin blue with excessive use over time.