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Terrasil Therapeutic Ointment is an ointment that is marketed online and is advertised
as being able to provide a cure for a variety of skin conditions. The manufacturer
claims that it has germ-
Terrasil is what is referred to by its manufacturer as a dramatic relief cream that
they say provides miraculous relief of a variety of skin conditions. The product
comes in both a 14 gram and a 44 gram container with prices ranging from $24 for
the smaller to $40 dollars for the larger container. It is also available in a "Max"
version which the manufacturer says provides greater relief for stubborn cases of
whatever skin condition that you are suffering from. The product is said to have
both soothing properties and antibacterial, germ-
Folliculitis is an uncomfortable skin condition that is caused by infections of the hair follicles. Folliculitis can arise from a variety of different sources, and sometimes all that is required to clear it up is an antibiotic; other cases are far more stubborn and difficult to get rid of. It presents as small white pimples at the base of each hair, and they are often either itchy or painful or both. It can be caused by several different kinds of bacteria, and the treatment for each is different. Some folliculitis will clear up by itself, while other forms will require treatment with antifungal medication or antibiotics. Terrasil does advertise itself as an effective treatment for folliculitis, but anecdotal evidence that different reviewers have provided on a variety of websites have called its effectiveness into question.
Although a quick scan of the website for the company that markets Terrasil will tell story after story of the miracle cures that it provides, a quick search online for reviews reveals a different story. There are a great many accounts on a website dedicated to scams that point out that although the manufacturer does in fact provide the product when it is paid for and ordered, that it does not actually provide any relief for any of the conditions that it purports to cure. There are occasional positive reviews posted to counter the overwhelming negative ones, but the way that the positive reviews are written makes it very clear that the people submitting them are reposting marketing copy, and most people posting on the web review site have indicated their belief that they actually work for Terrasil's manufacturer.
According to the manufacturer, the active ingredients that can be found in Terrasil
come from volcanic mud, and contain trace minerals including copper, silver, magnesium,
iron, silica, zinc and potassium. Those minerals are compounded in a base that is
made up of a soothing mixture of jojoba oil, beeswax and palmarosa oil, which is
said to have antimicrobial properties. The manufacturer spends a great deal of time
on their website extolling the properties of the palmarosa oil, which they claim
cleans, deodorizes, and helps the cells in their effort to multiply and regenerate.
Although the website claims that the product is non-
Despite the presence of numerous complaints online about the product, Terrasil's
manufacturer's website offers a money-
Terrasil is available in major retail outlets such as Walgreens and CVS, and also
is available for sale online via such well-
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