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Bettamed Care Cream – multiple uses to treat skin problems

Bettamed Care Cream – multiple uses to treat skin problems

Bettamed™ Care Cream treats itching, eczema, rashes, athlete’s foot, insect bites, sunburn and mild burns. It also works wonders for shingles which is a really nasty and painful condition, and augmented with Bettamed™ Cleanse & Recover Tablets or liquid, the anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties ensure a much more rapid healing process.

Bettamed™ products contain CHD-FA (Carbohydrate Derived Fulvic Acid) which is a patented form of Fulvic Acid that has been clinically tested in human safety trials. This active ingredient was discovered when a researcher observed that some plants were super resistant to viral, fungal and bacterial infections.

Studies carried out in Europe have shown that CHD-FA has a broader antimicrobial spectrum, than most conventional treatments prescribed today. It acts as a catalytic agent in human biological systems, triggering effective nutrient absorption, rebuilding depleted immune systems and speeding up healing.

Colds and flu symptoms, are less severe and their duration is significantly reduced. Bettamed™ also helps body cells maintain their balance and its anti-inflammatory action reduces allergy symptoms, soothes eczema, rashes and inflammation.

Bettamed™ Care Cream is available for R78 at pharmacies without a prescription and is covered by most medical aids. They can be used safely by the whole family, including babies and the elderly.

For stockists, visit: www.bettamed.com or phone 082 211 4536.

 

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