stealth cream


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



*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.




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



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



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.


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