Adults commonly get molluscum contagiosum on the genitals, groin, thighs and stomach. This is because in adults molluscum is frequently though not always a sexually transmitted disease (an STD or STI).1
Parents and relatives of children with molluscum are also very likely to catch molluscum. More than 40% of those with molluscum can identify a close friend or relative who is infected.14
Eczema, dermatitis and dry skin often occur with molluscum infection6 and it is this that some people notice first.
|Adult male with pus head molluscum on thigh used Mollenol*|
|Before application||After 2 applications with bandage||After 4 applications|
Once infected by molluscum contagiosum adults need to respond quickly to limit the spread.7
Mollonel Sensitive has been formulated for use on the face and other sensitive parts and Mollenol for elsewhere on the body.
Mollenol and Mollenol Sensitive are approved by the Therapeutics Goods Administration (TGA) for international use and are made to the highest standards in licensed GMP facilities.