Ingredients:Purified Water, Decyl Glucoside (derived from corn glucose and coconut oil), Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine (derived using coconut oil source) Guar Gum (plant source), Glycerin (vegetable source), Lactic Acid, Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate, Phenoxyethanol (organically approved preservative), Polyquaternium-7, Silver Colloid AgNP.
There is no SLS in any of the products and they are safe to use on any part of the body.
Topical use only.
Silver Health’s innovative new face and body wash range containing silver particles, for an unrivalled combination of powerful anti-bacterial cleanliness with a most gentle softening of the skin.
Benefits of Silver Colloid
True Colloidal Silver has been found to be effective against many common bacterial strains, has never been shown to react with other medications, does not affect the body’s good bacteria and due to the way it works, bacteria do not seem to develop any measurable resistance to it.
Colloidal Silver Vs Ionic Silver (Particles vs Ions)
The word ‘Colloid’ means particles dispersed or suspended in another substance. For optimal efficiency there should be a high concentration of silver particles and these particles should be in the range of 1-5 nanometres in size to attain maximum surface area. PURE Colloidal Silver is difficult to manufacture.
Silver Health products are created within the 1-5 nanometre range and are non-reactive with chloride ions. This allows it to kill bacteria inside the body and sets us apart from the rest.
Ionic Silver contains mainly silver ions with a very low concentration of Colloidal Silver particles. These ions do not have time to bring any benefits because they are quickly attracted to other ions in the body, particularly chloride.
Only particles of silver are active within the human body so the silver particle content of Colloidal Silver products is crucial in determining health benefits.
Antibiotic Over-Use in Australia
Pharmaceutical companies are no longer investing in developing further antibiotic medication due to increasing bacteria resistance.
The investment is high and longevity of the medication is short. Many people suffer life threatening illnesses that need antibiotics to survive, like pneumonia, meningitis and immune deficiency disorders, so we need to reduce our use of antibiotics to lower the rate of antibiotic resistant bacteria developing.