Manuka Natural Manu Review
This review examines the product Manu, manufactured by Manuka Natural. The claim is that it offers relief for swelling and pain, while smoothing the skin, speeding up healing, reducing fungal development and spread to other parts of the body. This product purportedly has no side effects.
There are three (3) products forming part of this item. They are Manuka Soap (75g/2.65oz); Manuka Cream (50g/1.76oz); and Manuka Oil 25% (10ml/0.34oz). Only the oil boasts 25% Manuka oil or cream; the other items contain a smaller amount of this substance. Manuka oil helps to smooth the skin, but also halts the spread of fungus to other parts of the body, or to other people. In addition, this substance aids healing by moisturizing dry and cracked skin.
The manufacturer recommends initially washing the whole body, including the affected area, using the soap provided. After properly drying the skin, the oil should be applied and left to dry. This routine should be followed twice daily. The manufacturer also suggests that all linen and clothes be disinfected to prevent reinfection.
The full pack − Manuka Soap (75g/2.65oz), Manuka Cream (50g/1.76oz), and Manuka Oil 25% (10ml/0.34oz), is available online at $59.93. The company offers no package deals with discounts which would have made this product more affordable over the long term.
There is a 60-day money-back guarantee offered. A buyer may return the product within 60 days for any reason. The first product may be opened, and will be covered by the guarantee; however, the second item of the same product range should not be opened if a buyer wishes for a refund. The shipping fee will not be refunded.
Manuka Natural Manu Review – The Bottom Line
There are many ringworm products on the market. This product seems promising, as it is covered by a 60-day money-back guarantee that limits the risk for the buyer. This a pledge which allows the buyer to test the product, returning it if not satisfied with the effects. The company does not require a reason for the return. This is problematic: the information gained could have been used to improve the formula, making this a better product. The active ingredient manuka is effective to a great degree; however, clinical studies find that undecylenic acid (25%) is best at treating ringworm. Also, the product is not very economical in the long term, the company not offering discounts or package deals. Dosage instructions are not clearly indicated on the company’s website. Users require these to gauge the feasibility of using this product effectively. With so many other similar products offering better ingredients, and clearer information, it may be best to consider one such product.