Blue Goo Review
Lucky Vitamin offers the Blue Goo nail fungus triple relief anti-fungal for the treatment of athlete’s foot, jock itch and ringworm. We all know how gross and uncomfortable these skin conditions can be. They can even, at times, give off a bad odor.
If you are looking for an all natural medication for these conditions, Blue Goo boasts that it helps prevent the fungus that causes these sorts of problems. It does so by using natural tea tree oil. This oil is said to provide fast-acting itch relief. Blue Goo Nail Fungus Triple Relief Anti-Fungal Treatment also claims to take care of the bad smells which can come from such fungus on your skin.
All-natural alternatives to the more traditional products which have been on the market for years now for the treatment of rashes and fungal related skin problems are getting very popular. But what exactly do these products contain and how do they work? This review of Blue Goo focuses on its claims and what the product offers.
Some of the listed ingredients are known to be anti-fungal agents and provide relief from itching.
- Clotrimazole 1% (antifungal)
- alcohol denat., water
- acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate Crosspolymer,
- tapioca starch
- isodecyl neopentanoate
- octyldodecyl stearate
- acrylates, acrylamide copolyme,
- polysorbate 85, fragrance, lauroyl lysine
- cyclomethicone, dimethicone, polyisobutene
- tea tree (melaleuca alternifolia) oil, BHT
- propylene glycol, methyl paraben
- propyl paraben, phenoxyethanol
- D&C red #33
First shake the bottle Shake well. then clean the affected area and dry it thoroughly. Apply a thin layer twice daily or as directed by a doctor. No exact amount to apply is specified so it may vary depending on the size of the rash/fungal irritation. Note that it does come with a flow-control cap for a cleaner application.
Suggested retail price is $4.99, but if you order online it only costs $4.24 for a 2 fluid ounce (59 ml) bottle.
Blue Goo offers what it calls a 90-day happiness guarantee. All of its products, whether or not you opened them, can be returned for any reason for a refund within 90 days. But you must first return the product and the refund does not include the cost of shipping unless Lucky Vitamin acknowledges that it is to blame for the failure.
Blue Goo Review – The Bottom Line
One good thing about Blue Goo is that it has no known negative side effects. It also comes with a money back guarantee and you can try it out for less than $5.
That being said, it is certainly disconcerting that the product does not offer any clear quantity to be used when applied. It merely says to cover the area twice daily. There is also nothing unique or original about this product. And several reviews on its own website state that the users saw no difference in the affected areas after using the product. While it promises fast acting relief, the company does not specify how long it will take.