Can Colloidal Silver help with Angular Cheilitis?

Can Colloidal Silver help with Angular Cheilitis?

Angular cheilitis is a common skin condition. This affects the corners of the mouth and leads to irritation. It may be confused with cold sores but this is actually a separate condition. Angular cheilitis is not a contagious condition.

It tends to be most common in those who are old and very young. Older adults who wear dentures or who have sagging skin at the corners of their mouth can experience dry mouth corners.

In infants, thumb-sucking and drooling can lead to this problem.

Does Colloidal Silver Help?
The good news is that if you have angular cheilitis, then colloidal silver may provide some benefits.

Since you may be at risk for infections or further skin breakdown, colloidal silver has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties that may help to keep the area clean while it's healing.

Many people use colloidal silver liquid, lip balms or gel to provide a physical barrier while the skin is healing.

This condition may happen periodically, even when you're very careful. However, drinking plenty of water and keeping your lips moisturized may be a good preventative measure to take once the cheilitis has cleared up.

If you find this happening frequently, then be sure to have colloidal silver handy to use as needed.

Many people find that they struggle with this, especially in the colder months.

An Active Silver customer had success using Magic Gel relating to this ailment, here's the review:

"I really love this product. Its very easy to use and doesn't really have any noticeable smell. It cleared up my Angular Cheilitis in just a few days. Its also great for applying on spots to reduce redness and swelling overnight. Would recommend this to anyone!" - Lea

Active Silver offers a Colloidal Silver solution as well as a Lip Balm and a Gel.