Herpes is a viral infection which is caused by a representative of the family Herpesviridae, Herpes Simplex Virus. These are viruses that are able to survive in the infected organism for long periods. We can distinguish herpes simplex virus -1, which causes herpes on lips and herpes simplex virus-2, which causes genital herpes. It is located on the vulva, the vagina, or more rarely in the cervix. Genital herpes is becoming an increasingly concern for pregnant women because of the potential infection of the fetus.

Herpes simplex will first become apparent through pain, itching or burning of the lip, on which a red sore develops. It changes over time into a blister containing a clear liquid and large amounts of the virus, and therefore upon its rupture it becomes highly infectious. After bursting it changes into a brownish-red scab, which usually drops off within 10 days This is not recommended because of potential scarring. Herpes simplex accompanies swollen cervical lymph nodes. Genital herpes are clinically similar. However, they are swollen inguinal lymph nodes.

How does the Vermione GEL act on herpes?

Enzymes, which penetrate into the lowest layers of the skin tissues are activated by contact with a viral illness and begin to temper the virus. They then move toward the surface of the skin and continue to heal until the final displacement to the surfaceand the sealing of cracks and inflammation. Depending on the size range1-2 days deterioration can be expected, or the occurrence of another form of herpes. This causes the complete healing of skin tissues and cold sores cease to form.

If vaginal herpes, which is a bacterial disease, appears, the gel should be applied to the affected areas twice daily. It can be safely applied during pregnancy because Vermion replaces treatment with antibiotics and corticosteroids.

Recommended application: 2 times a day locally on the affected area


Antiseptic and drying gel with bioactive enzymes suitable for cold sores, shingles, acne, oily skin, fungal diseases, vaginal mycosis, and vaginal herpes.

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