Salvestrol Cream has been formulated for topical application.
The cream is a colloidal suspension of an advanced Salvestrol in a light, natural, and non-greasy cream, designed for optimum absorption through the skin.
Salvestrol Adaptive Skin Care can be used to protect cells from further cellular damage from free-radicals, beyond what can be offered by anti-oxidants.
Salvestrol Cream can be used in a number of applications, including:
Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Abnormal Pigmentation (Sun damage)
Basal Cell Carcinoma
Benign Skin Lesions
Directions for Use:
Apply AT LEAST twice daily to the affected area(s) or as directed by your health care practitioner.
For best results, Salvestrol Cream should be used in combination with Salvestrol capsules.
Do not apply to an open or bleeding sore (but you can apply the cream around, but not touching, such an area).
Salvestrol Cream does not contain parabans and is provided in 50g tubes.
What do Salvestrols do?
Cells in the body use Salvestrols to help correct themselves when things go wrong. They are like the cell's own police force helping to ensure the cell functions correctly. The sorts of situations where the body would normally use Salvestrols are those in which the body for some reason turns on itself and which generally cause inflammation.Antioxidants strive to protect our cells from DNA damage but are ineffective once the damage is done. Salvestrols work beyond antioxidants by eliminating the damaged cells, and only the damaged cells. Since we all have damaged cells in our bodies, taking Salvestrols helps us heal ourselves before a sufficient accumulation can make us sick.
The scientists who discovered Salvestrols have surmised that the gene which expresses the enzyme that uses the Salvestrols first appeared around 150 million years ago. So the body has been using this protective mechanism since human life evolved, but we are now depriving it of these essential nutrients as a result of our eating habits and the modern methods of food production.
In fact, the body finds Salvestrols so important that they escape the first attempts of the liver to remove them from the body — a process known as first-pass metabolism. This need for the body to hold on to these compounds for as long as possible caused the scientists who discovered them to call them Salvestrols from the latin word salve (to save).
How safe are Salvestrols?
Because Salvestrols were so prevalent in our diet historically they are very safe. But the scientists who discovered Salvestrols have performed many safety tests — not on animals, but in human cell lines, and they have identified that the body needs a minimal level of Salvestrols to enable it to perform correctly.