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comparison of all the sulfurs

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Guest Tracy A

is there any significant difference between colloidal sulfur, precipitated sulfur, and natural volcanic sulfur? i notice you use colloidal sulfur in your soaps, but use precipitated sulfur in your lotion. why not usae colloidal sulfur in the lotion? i see that you use colloidal sulfur in your spot treatment too.

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Volcanic sulfur indicates the source of the sulfur used to prepare a product, while the terms "precipitated sulfur" and "colloidal sulfur" indicate the method of preparation, sourced from volcanic rock or other natural sources.

 

Both precipitated and colloidal preparations yield pharmaceutical-grade sulfur for use in anti-acne topical products, from soaps to creams. Precipitated sulfur tends to yield larger sulfur molecules which absorb at a slow rate into pores. For time-delay products like creams and lotions, precipitated sulfur is a better choice. For flash-contact products, like soaps, a more effective choice would be colloidal sulfur, whose molecularly smaller sulfur clusters can absorb into pores more efficiently before the soap is rinsed off.

 

To make our Complex P spot treatment more effective, we've chosen colloidal sulfur to deliver a maximum burst of medication in a short window of time to neutralize acne bacteria and accelerate pore recovery. The Organic Sulfur Suspension, designed to be applied over a large expanse of acne-prone skin, uses precipitated sulfur to provide a layer of anti-bacterial protection to the skin over a 6 to 8 hour window.

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