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Sun spots appear as patches of white, brown or light pink, finely flaking skin. This unsightly condition may spread over the entire body including facial areas. These blemishes may also itch and burn.
After a single application of Blemaquit®. noticeable improvement begins and usually, in about 10 days, affected areas will begin to blend in or tan.
In non-clinical studies, Blemaquit® was also shown to be effective on athlete's foot (tinea pedis) and jock itch (tinea cruris).
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I just wanted to share with you the pictures of the results of my son. I also wanted to say thank you. I can't believe how easy it was. We tried so many products from prescription to over the counter creams... None worked.
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For years I have attempted to find a cure for my tinea-versicolor. I tried numerous natural remedy's. NONE worked. Then, I went to the dermatologist and was prescribed medicine that did NOT work and is very BAD for your liver. The dermatologist said there wasn't anything else that I could take. I found BlemaQuit on line and it really WORKS!
It is the most effective product I have ever used for tinea-versicolor . My skin looks great and I am not embarrassed to go outside in summer time. I am relieved to find this product after going years of trying to find a solution. I am so happy I finally found product that works!!! A.D. Boone,.NC
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Tinea versicolor is caused by the dimorphic, lipophilic organism, Malassezia furfur, which is cultured only in media enriched with C12- to C14-sized fatty acids. M furfur is now the accepted name for the organism. Pityrosporon orbiculare, Pityrosporon ovale, and Malassezia ovalis are synonyms for M furfur. M furfur is a member of normal human cutaneous flora, and it is found in 18% of infants and 90-100% of adults. The organism can be found on normal skin and on skin regions demonstrating cutaneous disease. In patients with clinical disease, the organism is found in both the yeast (spore) stage and the filamentous (hyphal) form. Factors that lead to the conversion of the saprophytic yeast to the parasitic, mycelial morphologic form include a genetic predisposition; warm, humid environments; immunosuppression; malnutrition; and Cushing disease.
Ringworm is an infection of the skin caused by a fungus. Ringworm can affect your skin anywhere on your body (tinea corporis), your scalp (tinea capitis), your groin area (tinea cruris, also called jock itch), or feet (tinea pedis, also called athlete's foot). It is a common skin disorder, especially among children, but may occur in people of all ages. It is caused by mold-like fungi. When conditions are conducive to growth, such as increased moisture and warmth, the fungus can flourish.
Jock Itch (tinea cruris)
Athlete's foot (tinea pedis) is a superficial skin infection of the foot caused by a moldlike fungus. T rubrum, T mentagrophytes, and Epidermophyton floccosum most commonly cause tinea pedis, with T rubrum being the most common cause worldwide.
Dermatophyte fungi invade the superficial keratin of the skin and the infection remains limited to this layer. It is thought that temperature and serum factors, such as beta globulins and ferritin, play a role in limiting the infection. However, the pathophysiology is not completely understood. The cutaneous presentation is dependent on the host’s immune system, as well as the infecting dermatophyte.