Dermisil for Postherpetic Neuralgia Review

General Dermisil for Postherpetic Neuralgia Information

Postherpetic neuralgia is a painful consequence of shingles. When shingles plays itself out and the more overt symptoms fade, it is not uncommon for postherpetic neuralgia to remain behind, recurring frequently. Postherpetic neuralgia is harsh nerve pain, and very difficult to ignore. In addition to the damage shingles can cause to the eyes in advanced cases, postherpetic neuralgia is the greatest threat that shingles poses.

Postherpetic neuralgia is not chronic, but it cannot be ‘cured’ as such, either. Treatment for postherpetic neuralgia consists entirely of pain management as the neuralgia subsides. The pain degrades over time, albeit slowly.

Dermisil for Postherpetic Neuralgia is an analgesic treatment intended to lessen the pain of postherpetic neuralgia with the use of exclusively natural analgesics. This formula is designed to penetrate the skin, hence its use of natural extracts: while there are stronger synthetic analgesics, they are invariably disseminated generally in the form of a capsule. Dermisil is absorbed directly into the skin, as the plant extracts that comprise it are fat-soluble.

Is Dermisil for Postherpetic Neuralgia Safe?

Dermisil for Postherpetic Neuralgia is entirely safe, and far safer than many alternatives. Dermisil products are designed to be gentle. There are a number of skin care products on the market that can cause irritation and even harm to the skin; Dermisil is formulated to avoid this. While postherpetic neuralgia is almost exclusively found in individuals over the age of 30, and grows more likely with advanced age, all Dermisil products currently sold online or anywhere else are safely tested for use on children as young as five, and some are suitable for younger children as well.

This particular formula of Dermisil is designed to function as an analgesic and relieve pain. Pain from neuralgia can be quite severe and is frequently difficult to tolerate; many individuals find that they are simply unable to cope, and find themselves needing to call in sick for work and let slip on other obligations because they lose their ability to function. This makes analgesics and, in some cases, even prescribed narcotics a viable form of treatment. However, there is an issue to be taken with both. Analgesics and narcotics alike are very hard on the body’s blood purification systems, in particular the liver. Extended use of analgesics or narcotics in large quantities can cause organ damage, especially in individuals that are already vulnerable as a result of some other condition.

Dermisil for Postherpetic Neuralgia circumvents this. While it functions as an analgesic, it is not taken orally and distributed to the system generally. Rather, it is applied directly to the skin, and the area that is experiencing pain. This has several implications. The first is that the product attacks the pain directly and remains in the surrounding fat cells, slowly releasing over time and extending its efficacy by quite a bit more than most general treatments. The second is perhaps more important: this direct application means that Dermisil is not metabolized in the same way that an oral treatment is. It goes to work directly on the affected area without relying on the rest of the body’s systems (vascular, primarily) to distribute it. This means that it circumvents the blood and unrelated organs and does not strain them in the same way that other analgesics do.

While other analgesics are safe, naturally, they can cause severe complications in those with pre-existing conditions related to their liver or other organs. Dermisil for Postherpetic Neuralgia gets around this with a more direct solution.

Who makes Dermisil for Postherpetic Neuralgia?

Dermisil for Postherpetic Neuralgia is produced by the company Dermisil. Dermisil is a small, California-based company that specializes in all-natural solutions to common skin care needs. Dermisil has long relied on particular manufacturing philosophies that have allowed them to stay on top in their niche, and they continue to produce quality products to rather strong acclaim.

Dermisil products are manufactured in small batches by hand. This allows for intense oversight of individual batches, and guarantees that any margin of error is as small as possible. Manufacturing in large batches means that even the slightest degree of error can be extrapolated into something that affects the effectiveness of the product itself. Dermisil finds this to be unacceptable; while large-batch manufacturing is significantly more inexpensive, quality is Dermisil’s foremost concern, and thus they absorb the cost.

The Better Business Bureau has recognized Dermisil for their quality website and safe management of customer information, and as such the Dermisil website bears a proud badge of their support. This also reflects Dermisil’s strong commitment to customer service; all any customer has to do is simply call if they have any questions or complaints, and the Better Business Bureau has put forward their stamp of approval.

Skinchannel Dermisil for Postherpetic Neuralgia Review

One of our editor’s family members suffered from a severe case of shingles some time ago, and they were still suffering from the after-effects in the form of postherpetic neuralgia. They were receiving treatment from their own medical professionals, of course, but had complained of significant residual pain. Wanting to help and wanting to test Dermisil on our own, we sent them a bottle.

It should be noted here that we are not doctors, nor do we have the proper facilities to set up a lab test: we are simply individuals with a lot of experience writing about and researching skin and skin care products. We had our helping family member keep notes as they used the product; our following remarks are anecdotal.

They reported no difference on the first two days of use, and were not sure that they were using enough; they confirmed that this was not the case and continued applying Dermisil in the same quantities. On the third day they reported a diminishing in pain, but did warn that this could simply be a natural fluctuation—an unrelated ‘good day’. Over the course of a week, however, they found that they were in considerably less pain.

Used alongside their pre-existing postherpetic neuralgia regimen, they discovered that Dermisil for Postherpetic Neuralgia significantly reduced their suffering. However, they make note that they are not inclined to reduce their pre-existing treatment—they feel Dermisil is best as an augmentation for what already works. We see the logic in this and agree.

Where can I buy Dermisil for Postherpetic Neuralgia?

Dermisil products can be most safely purchased from Dermisil’s website; there are a number of alternative retailers who have taken to selling Dermisil knock-offs to capitalize on the brand, and they are frequently sold as though they were legitimate Dermisil products. Thus, it is always best to purchase through Dermisil directly—conveniently, they are known for sales.

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