How do I use Vireasa?

Apply one drop of Vireasa to each lesion. Rub gently in a circular motion on the lesion for 15 seconds.  Allow Vireasa to dry.  Leave application on lesions.  Vireasa should be applied twice daily until all lesions have cleared.

What precautions should I take when using Vireasa?

You should be aware of the following precautions when using Vireasa:

If you are pregnant or nursing you should not use this product. Do not take by mouth  Discontinue if you experience signs of rash, shortness of breath, headache, or similar symptoms.  Reseal after use.  As with all medications, keep out of reach of children.  Protect product from heat, light and moisture.  Store product at room temperature.

Can I apply Vireasa to the facial or genital areas?

Yes, Vireasa is safe for the facial and genital areas. Avoid contact with eyes, and do not use internally. If you get it in your eyes flush with water and see your doctor if irritation develops.

What causes Molluscum Contagiosum?

 It is caused by a contagious poxvirus, and easily spread by skin to skin contact.  If left untreated, the lesions can last from 6-8 months .

 Are there other treatments available for the lesions?

Yes. You can have them surgically removed, and/or nitrogen frozen. There are other topical treatments available, but you will not be able to find one as effective or inexpensive as Vireasa.

 Where does Vireasa come from?

 Vireasa is a proprietary formula of naturally-occurring substances from a single Rainforest plant.

 Will it stain my clothes or skin?

 It will stain clothes, but it will not stain skin.

 Can Vireasa be used for other skin problems?

 Vireasa is currently being evaluated for other uses, but right now we market it only for Molluscum contagiosum. Keep your eyes open for updates.

Can I order by check?

We only accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and PayPal at this time online.  You can mail us a check.

How does it work?

Vireasa has documented antibacterial and antiviral properties.

Will Vireasa interfere with my prescription medication?

We have heard of no adverse reactions, but like all new medications, you should check with your doctor or health-care provider to make sure this product is right for you.

How do I know I have Molluscum Contagiosum?

We recommend that you be evaluated by your primary-care physician or other health-care provider before using Vireasa.

What is Molluscum?

Molluscum contagiosum (MC) is a viral infection of the skin or occasionally of the mucous membranes. MC has no animal reservoir, infecting only humans, as did smallpox. However, there are different pox viruses that infect many other mammals. The infecting human MC virus is a DNA poxvirus called the molluscum contagiosum virus (MCV). There are 4 types of MCV, MCV-1 to -4, with MCV-1 being the most prevalent and MCV-2 seen usually in adults and often sexually transmitted. About one in six young are infected at some time with MC. The infection is most common in children aged one to ten years old.[1] MC affects any area of the skin but is most common on the body, arms, and legs. It is spread through direct contact or shared articles of clothing (including towels).

In adults, molluscum infections are often sexually transmitted and usually affect the genitals, lower abdomen, buttocks, and inner thighs. In rare cases, molluscum infections are also found on the lips, mouth, and eyelids.

The time from infection to the appearance of lesions ranges from 2 week[citation needed] to 6 months, with an average incubation period of 6 weeks. Diagnosis is made on the clinical appearance; the virus cannot routinely be cultured.