Saturday, February 11, 2012

Active Manuka Honey Creams

Active Manuka Honey Creams

Skincare products containing Manuka Honey are gaining popularity as their effectiveness overshadows that of antibiotics and other traditional forms of medicine.

As Manuka Honey's popularity increases, so does the need for it's topical application to become more user-friendly. Manufacturers of Manuka Honey products have been developing special formulations, blending this natural ingredient into skin creams in an effort to eliminate the sticky mess of dealing with honey directly on the skin.

It is important to know that not all Manuka Honey is the same. Only Active Manuka Honey should be used for medical purposes. The term "Active" indicates that it has some type of medical effectiveness. In New Zealand, where Manuka Honey comes from, there is a rating system that has been developed to signify its level of potency. It is generally accepted that Manuka Honey with a UMF rating of 10 or higher is considered to be medical grade honey. Anything less does not have the antibacterial activity to be appropriate for medical use.

Active Manuka Honey has proven to be so effective, that it cannot be ignored by the medical industry. Even doctors who historically favor pharmaceuticals rather than natural alternatives are beginning to warm up to Manuka Honey, as reports of its effectiveness spread around the world. In the years to come, it is expected that Manuka Honey will become widely accepted as a preferred, natural healing agent. It is currently being used in hospitals across Europe and has recently penetrated the U.S. market.

Active Manuka Honey is considered valuable for the following reasons. Its antibacterial properties are second to none. Manuka Honey's ability to destroy bacteria is so powerful that it is even capable of killing antibiotic-resistant microorganisms such as MRSA. There are currently no products sold over-the-counter that are strong enough to heal Staph infections the way Manuka Honey creams can. Manuka Honey also has an analgesic effect due to its anti-inflammatory properties. This helps to relieve pain in muscles, joints and damaged skin. Manuka Honey is also considered to be antimicrobial, meaning that it can also heal fungal infections in addition to bacterial infections.

Manuka Creams can be used to treat conditions such as eczema, acne, arthritis, infected wounds, burns, psoriasis and a variety of other skin conditions. Manuka Honey has a soothing effect on the skin, moisturizing it and healing damaged tissue. Its not only known for its healing ability, but its also known to heal quickly and efficiently. When Manuka Honey dressings are used to treat a wound, scarring is usually eliminated because the moist environment it creates lifts scabs easily, allowing the wound to heal flush with the surface of the skin.

"Given the limited tolerance of consumers who quickly lose patience with products that are difficult to use, Manuka Honey creams will most likely be favored over raw Manuka Honey," says Frank Buonanotte, CEO of Honeymark International which is a manufacturer of Manuka Honey Products. "The fact still remains that there are no products being sold today that can come close to the effectiveness of Manuka Honey products, especially in the areas of First Aid and Skin Care."

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