ACVx FAQ

  • Is this another scam?
    You are right to ask because most of the treatments offered online are scams. We gaurantee that the ACVx will work for you. If your molluscum contagiosum bumps have not gone flat within two weeks, we will offer you a full refund. Please review our guarantee for full details.
     
  • Do I need to take any medicine?
    No. There are no medicines involved. The ACVx treatment is all-natural and involves applying a natural substance to your infected skin areas. Most people already have the required substance at home.
     
  • Is the ACVx treatment safe on children?
    Yes, it is absolutely safe because it is all-natural. You do not need to worry about any side effects. However, as with any other treatment, if you child is less than one year old, please consult your child's physicial before applying this or any other treatment.
     
  • Is the ACVx treatment safe on pregnant women?
    Yes, it is absolutely safe because it is all-natural. You do not need to worry about any side effects.
     
  • Is the ACVx treatment safe on the genitals and pubic area?
     Yes, it is very safe.
     
  • How long will it take before the treatment works?
    The virus should be dead within one day, and the bumps will start shrinking and clearing within one day. In less than two weeks, the bumps should be gone.
     
  • Do I need to repeat the treatment?
    If applied properly, you should not need to repeat the treatment on the areas that were already treated. However, other parts of your body may have been infected and the bumps there may appear in the future (up to one or two months). If you see new bumps growing on other parts of your body, you will need to treat them as well.
     
  • Can I be re-infected with molluscum contagiosum after the treatment?
    Yes unfortunately. The treatment kills the virus, but does not build up an immunity against the virus. If you come in contact with someone who has molluscum contagiosum in the future, you are still at risk of being infected. The only way to build an immunity is to let the virus run its course, and this can take up to one or even two years.
     
  • Can I infect someone after the treatment?
    No. Once you treat your molluscum contagiosum lesions, the virus in them will die within one day. Therefore, the lesions that have been treated are no longer contagious.
     
  • Can I apply the treatment to any part of my body?
    The only part of the body which we do not recommend the application of the treatment is the eyelids. Applying this or any other treatment to the eyelids risks getting the applied substance in the eye, which is not desirable.

 


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