Allicin Max Cream - Antiseptic/Antifungal Cream (50ml)
AllicinMax Cream is an antiseptic, antifungal cream. It is ideal for topical application to kill germs or fungus & aid infected areas on the skin. The cream has a very pleasant aroma and is very easy to apply as it flows easily and is not at all sticky or messy. AllicinMax cream is available in 50ml pots that can be easily stored for use in the future. AllicinMax is an excellent addition to any First Aid Cabinet.
What is Allicin?
When fresh garlic is cut or crushed, a sulphur compound, alliin (alli-een) combines with an enzyme, allinase and a chemical reaction starts. The first compound that is formed is allicin. Unfortunately allicin generated from fresh garlic is very unstable and quickly changes into a series of other sulphur containing compounds, known as thiosulphinates. Allicin is the one compound that is always described as the 'mother' substance and responsible in total or in part for many of the properties attributable to garlic!
How is Allicinmax made?
It is made in the same way that allicin from fresh garlic is formed but a special flood reaction system using only water is able to produce large quantities of stable allicin. The liquid is then carefully dried, under controlled conditions, to maintain its potency. This sophisticated refinement process has for the first time allowed us to capture garlic's active componentand deliver it directly to where your body needs it.
AllicinMax Cream contains many natural ingredients and of course the active agent is our stabilised allicin extract. A full list of ingredients includes Aqua, Brassica oleifera (rapeseed oil), Allicin liquid, Glyceryl stearate, Glycerin, Stearic acid, Xanthan gum, Tritcum vulgare (wheatgerm oil), Honeysuckle extract, Tocopheryl acetate,Allantoin, Retinyl palmitate, Sodium Hydroxide, Phenoxyethanol, Benzoic acid, Dehydroacetic acid, Ethylhexyl glycerine, Polyaminopropyl biguanide
Directions for use:
AllicinMax Cream should be applied as often as required but at least once daily to the affected area. It may also be added to a dressing or sticking plaster.