Antibiotic Ointment Drip, 15mL
Antibiotic Ointment Drip - 15mlRegular price $39.99
Bwell Fist Aid Antibiotic is an FDA registered drug and one of the world’s strongest topical antibiotics. Bwell kills all harmful Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria that have been available for testing (bacteria that is associated with eczema, psoriasis, acne, diabetic wounds, cuts and others).
How is this wound care treatment so powerful?
All known antibiotics (other than BWell) primarily use what’s called a chemical “mechanism of kill” only, whereby the antibiotic attempts to kill the bacteria slowly by applying (if topical), or absorbing (if oral) more and more of the medicine over a period of time as it is taken as prescribed. While this can be somewhat effective, it takes much longer. Unfortunately, this also allows for bacteria to do what bacteria does: evolve and develop resistance to the medicine.
BWell is a wound care treatment that uses both a chemical and a physical mechanism to kill and fight pathogens. The physical mechanism of kill is a key feature of BWell's strength.
BWell’s patent-pending, specialized combination of ingredients has hacked the delivery formula that enables medicine to be transported at 10x the strength and depth of other products in the marketplace today. This formula stimulates the cell wall such that it is up to 10x more permeable than normal, allowing for substantially more medicine to enter into the cell, overwhelming and killing the bacteria so quickly that it does not have time to adapt and develop resistance. This highly concentrated and rapid delivery of medicine to the site of treatment is what has Bwell patients seeing results in 24 hours versus 5 to 7 days (as is the case with other products that treat the same conditions).
In addition to treating the condition, Bwell also infuses skin cells damaged by the infection with vitamin D3 and vitamin C (ascorbic acid). Skin is left treated and rejuvenated!
Because BWell is a topical antibiotic, it is safer for your liver than oral OTC or prescription treatments.