Not sure what the flesh colored bumps are on your skin? Searched through many pages on Google and still don’t have any idea? Well, you’ve come to the right place! In this blog post, we will tell you all about those bumps and show you what they look like.
What is molluscum?
Molluscum contagiosum is a common skin virus that results in small, flesh or pink colored bumps on the skin. It is very contagious and spreads easily by skin-to-skin contact. The virus can also be transmitted by sharing towels, clothing, and gym mats with an infected individual. The bumps are usually painless but can be itchy. Children are most commonly affected by molluscum contagiosum. Adults may get the virus through sexual or other contact.
Check out the molluscum photos below as they show what the molluscum virus looks like on various parts of the body.
Now that you are familiar with the molluscum contagiosum virus, it is time to resolve it. The best solution for resolving your lesions is a gentle one with no burning or stinging agents. Our product, MolluscumRx is great for getting rid of lesions. It is made of all-natural, organic plant materials and does not sting, burn or leave scars.
Keep in mind that once the lesions have all cleared the virus is gone. The only way you can get the virus again is if you come in contact with someone who has the virus.