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I have white spots all over my stomach that I believe to be Tinea Versicolor (basically its a fungus similar to athletes feet).

A friend told me she has this skin problem and went to the doctor who in return told her to wash the effected area with head and shoulders every day. I tried this and saw no improvements.

I would go to the doctor but my insurance is horrible and I would have to pay some $200 for my 15 minute doctor visit plus the full cost of the prescriptions.

I did some more research and found that Terrasil Max claims to get ride Tinea Versicolor and is all natural...so I really like that fact!

Has anyone tired this product and had good results????
 

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Hi!
I read your post and I am in the same boat. I have tinea versicolor on my abdomen. I have gone to the doctors and they told me to use Selsun Blue (which has done nothing). I have also been on antibiotics as well as using two different topical anti-fungal prescription creams (which has still done nothing). In fact, my problem is continuing to spread now beyond my belly button! So, I saw that you were interested in trying out Terrasil Max and I'm wondering if you did; and if you found it be a success? I'm contemplating trying it as well....
 

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I have more success with Intensive Head and Shoulders. I would use it every day in the shower, and lather up and let it sit for a full minute. Don't wash it off too soon or you are wasting your money. After a week of using every day I cut back to Mon. Wed and Friday. It worked well for me and the Head and Shoulders (Intensive) smells great. It is pricey for shampoo, but it is worth it and lasts a long time. Just stick with it and let it sit on your skin for a full minute every day the first week.

Keep it dry as possible during the day. If it doesn't check up in two weeks you will need serious treatment.
 
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