The Latest On ZNP Soap From Stiefel Labs.
By Tony, Publisher www.Tinea-Versicolor.net
If you live with Tinea Versicolor, you probably know ZNP Soap and how effective it can be in managing this condition. Unfortunately, Stiefel Labs halted production of ZNP Soap awhile back, forcing customers to explore other treatment options.
With that in mind, I’ve got some terrific news. After speaking with a representative from Stiefel Labs, I’ve come to learn that the disruption in production was only temporary. According to the Stiefel representative, “All of Stiefel’s soap manufacturing has been relocated to a plant in Mississauga, Canada, and will be back on the shelves in September of this year.” She went on to say, “We appreciate our customers and apologize for the inconvenience, but rest assured…ZNP Soap will be back soon.”
So there you have it: Straight from the horse’s mouth. ZNP Soap is on the way back!
In the meantime, Noble Formula Soap is a comparable alternative. In fact, both are leading brands in treating Tinea Versicolor. ZNP Soap has long been a personal favorite of mine, but I’ve been very pleased with the results of Noble Formula Soap since switching over.
One of the great things about both of these soaps is that they have tremendous lathering capability, making them terrific all-over body shampoos. For those people that develop Tinea Versicolor on their scalp as I do, they also substitute as hair shampoo.
I read a comment recently on a dermatologist’s website that said ZNP and Noble Formula both had skin drying properties, but I haven’t found that to be the case at all. In fact, quite the opposite is true. After further research into the dermatologist, I found her comment to be somewhat disingenuous as she pushes her own competing brand.
Regardless, Tinea Versicolor requires continuous management to keep it at bay. ZNP and Noble Formula soaps are two very effective products you can add to your treatment arsenal. By using these soaps regularly, you’ll help keep your skin beautiful and healthy.