Dermatologists say that approximately three-quarters of 11- to 30-year-olds get acne at some point in their lives. Some could even continue to experience this well into their fifties. Acne, or more commonly known as pimples, can range from barely visible whiteheads to very visible, large, and solid ones. For some, acne can be easily prevented and cured and do not usually cause them much trouble. But there are those who get acne so persistent that they have to seek the help of a doctor. If you’re like Elisa, chances are you have already tried different medications with very little results. But if you’re like Elisa, you would have also already discovered BioSilver 22 Gel.
BioSilver 22 Gel provides thorough cleansing and sanitising of your skin, especially after it is exposed to dirt and other harsh elements every day. It utilises unique SilverSol Technology®, which has been thoroughly developed by scientists and exclusively patented for its use of silver for its special antibacterial properties.
But what exactly makes silver so special? For centuries, silver has been known for its antimicrobial properties and used for air purification and water sterilisation, and even in healthcare, according to this BBC article, especially because silver as a metal is considered non-toxic. Recently, a study by the American Biotech Labs (ABL)—who is also responsible for BioSilver 22 Gel’s SilverSol Technology®—has concluded that nano-silver can be developed so that it can safely be ingested by humans. You can read more about the worldwide revolutionary use of silver and how it has been used in BioSilver 22 Gel to benefit your skin on the QNET website.