stealth cream

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Stealth cream

 

For hemorrhoid treatment

 

Stealth cream contains:

Stearic acid-cetyl alcohol-glycerin-zinc oxide-castor oil-soybean oil-licorice extract-aloe Vera extract-tea tree oil-chlorhexidine-lidocaine-amyl nitrate

 

Properties:

*Stealth cream helps to relief the symptoms associated with hemorrhoids and other local skin irritation in the anal area

*Stealth cream act as an anti-inflammatory and anti-coagulant cream

*Stealth cream is analgesic and a local anesthetic

*Stealth cream act as an antibiotic since it treats anal ulcers, wounds and fissures

*Stealth cream is a strong antiseptic, it has a protective properties

*Stealth cream is an astringent of blood vessels; it increases the strength of the wall of veins and arteries

*Stealth cream minimize pain and itching associated with hemorrhoids

*Stealth cream reduces the pain, irritation, itching, burning, and swelling of hemorrhoids and make passing stool more comfortable

*Stealth cream constricts your anal blood vessels.

*Stealth cream shrinks swollen hemorrhoidal tissue

*Stealth cream is used for the relief of internal and external piles and other minor anorectal conditions such as anal itching and fissures.

*Stealth cream contains a vanishing base which means it is rapidly absorbed.

 

Indications:

Hemorrhoids

Ulcers, wounds and fissures in the anal area

For the irritated skin in the anal area

For the inflammation and pains of the anal area

 

Safety:

Stealth cream is a safe product with no side effects

 

How to use:

Apply a suitable amount of stealth cream on the skin in anal area then gently massage

Use when needed

 

Available packages:

150 gm

 

Symptoms:

Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

■ Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.

■ Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.

■ Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, suffer unnecessary discomfort.

 

What causes piles?

A number of factors can contribute to the development of piles:

■ the most common cause is straining during bowel movement, usually as a result of constipation.

■ during pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.

■ Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

 

A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

■ Eat a high fiber diet

■ Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables and salads.

■ Drink plenty of water.

■ don't eat too much salty, fatty or sugary foods

■ Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea and coffee you drink.

■ Exercise regularly.

A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

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  • Date : September 30, 2014
  • Tags : Skin Care Products