About Dr. SkinAid

What is Dr. SkinAid® Homeopathic Cream

Dr. SkinAid® Homeopathic Cream is a natural homeopathic cream that is topically applied on the skin and is available without a prescription. Dr. SkinAid® Homeopathic Cream helps to alleviate the following conditions:

  • Dry itchy skin or pruritus
  • Ringworm
  • Dermatitis
  • Cellulitis
  • Boils
  • MRSA
  • Lichen planus
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Folliculitis
  • Pressure sores

Dr. SkinAid® Homeopathic Cream is made from quality natural healing ingredients. Our formula is made from a complex blend of concentrated medical grade ingredients, including: 10x, 20x, 30x HPUS Argentum Metallicum (Colloidal Silver – active ingredient), Emu Oil, Bacillus Ferment, L-Lysine HCL, Tea Tree Oil, Phytosphingosine, and Ceramide 3. Our active ingredient contributes broad spectrum health aiding properties in our unique formula. Dr. SkinAid® Treatment Cream does not contain chemicals, artificial preservatives, lanolin, alcohol, parabens, steroids, petrochemicals, or fragrance.

              Safe Antibacterial

A healthy and safe form of topical medication. Dr. Skin Aid® is an effective trans-dermal delivery system that may help penetrate the skin to aid with the skin condition.

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We are confident that Dr. Skin Aid® may help you with your skin condition, therefore we are offering you 30 Day money back guarantee on every Dr. Skin Aid® purchased.
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The driving force behind Dr SkinAid® is the desire to become a brand that does good to people. No one understands better than Dr. SkinAid® what it is to go through the frustrations and despair of contracting skin diseases which are challenging to treat. Rather than going in circles just to find the right solution, Dr. SkinAid® offers a broad range of therapeutic actions that helps relieve the problem and can be used on different skin types (Consult with your family physician)