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Below are listed numerous skin conditions and an indication as to whether SeaBoost Cream might be helpful for them.


All natural SeaBoost Cream�
may be helpful for many skin conditions..

Is it possible for a natural product to help with all manner of skin disorders, not by medicating but by nourishing the skin?  Could a natural product help to stop the itching and reduce redness? 

At Max-Well, we believe that God desires truly desires us to live a healthy life.  He has made available to us many things to help satisfy the needs of the body.  SeaBoost Cream is a sampling of some of the wonderful nutrients God has made.  It softens and nourishes the skin, leaving the body to do what it does so well, to heal itself.  SeaBoost Cream contains seven herbs, whose potency has been locked in through a proprietary process.  We invite you to experience SeaBoost Cream for yourself.

LIMITED TIME OFFER: for just $24.95 plus $4.85 shipping to the USA or $13 for shipping internationally, you can purchase a huge 4 oz. jar of SeaBoost Cream� and try it on your skin conditions.

To use, apply a small amount to the affected area of skin or scalp and rub in. 
Best applied once or twice a day.  Be aware that SeaBoost Cream

can sting when applied to broken skin.



Concentrated Sea Minerals, Macadamia Oil,

Olive Oil, Techni Gel, Beeswax, and Vitamin E

plus the following herbs:

Coleus Amboinicus, Triticum extract, Tropaeolum,

Papaya Fruit Extract, Stevia, Sheep Sorrell, and Stinging Nettle.

Information on SeaBoost Cream ingredients

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SeaBoost Cream and
various skin conditions

Psoriasis, Eczema



Vitiligo is a skin condition in which there is loss of pigment (color) from areas of skin, resulting in irregular white patches that feel like normal skin.  We recommend SeaBoost Cream for Vitiligo, and also recommend Max-Well Immune Formula, to minister to internal needs of the body.

Vitiligo is more noticeable in darker skinned people because of the contrast of white patches against dark skin.

There is a sudden or gradual appearance of flat areas of normal-feeling skin with complete pigment loss. Lesions appear as flat areas with no pigment and with a darker border. The edges are sharply defined but irregular.

Frequently affected areas are the face, elbows and knees, hands and feet, and genitalia.

Vitiligo is difficult to treat. Early treatment options include the following:
  • Light therapy (exposure to controlled intense ultraviolet light in a doctor's office or hospital)
  • Medicines taken by mouth such as trimethylpsoralen (Trisoralen)
  • Medicines applied to the skin such as:
    • Corticosteroid creams
    • Immunosuppressants such as pimecrolimus (Elidel) and tacrolimus (Protopic)
    • Repigmenting agents such as methoxsalen (Oxsoralen)

Skin may be grafted or removed from normal areas and placed onto areas of pigment loss.

Several manufacturers produce cover-up makeup or skin dyes to mask vitiligo. Ask your health care provider for the names of these companies.

In extreme cases when most of the body is affected, the remaining pigmented skin may be depigmented. This is a permanent change and is a last resort.

It is important to remember that skin without pigment is extremely susceptible to the sun's damaging effects. Be sure to apply a high-SPF sunblock and use appropriate safeguards against sun exposure.



Dermatitis is a general term that describes an inflammation of the skin. There are different types of dermatitis, including seborrheic dermatitis and atopic dermatitis (eczema). Although the disorder can have many causes and occur in many forms, it usually involves swollen, reddened and itchy skin.

Dermatitis is a common condition that usually isn't life-threatening or contagious. But, it can make you feel uncomfortable and self-conscious. A combination of self-care steps and medications can help you treat dermatitis.  We recommend SeaBoost Cream for Dermatitis, as it nourishes the skin and helps it to heal itself.

Basil Cell Carconoma

Basil Cell Carconoma is the world�s most common cancer, with more than one million people diagnosed every year in the US alone. And it shouldn�t be taken lightly: this skin cancer can be disfiguring if not treated promptly.  It is a slow growing skin cancer which accounts for 90% of all skin cancers. The growths typically occur in places that are exposed to the sun, like the face, shoulders, neck, hands, and back.   While you are pursuing other treatments, we encourage you to apply a regimen of SeaBoost Cream.  For smaller areas, put some SeaBoost Cream on a Band aide and cover the area.  Remove and replace once or twice a day.  You may be surprised with the results!


SeaBoost Cream is recommended for many types of rashes.  Caution must be exercised when the skin is broken, as the burning sensation can be intense.  However, if you can put up with the pain, healing can result.  SeaBoost Cream nourishes the skin, and helps it to repair itself.


Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer. It is the leading cause of death from skin disease. It involves cells called melanocytes, which produce a skin pigment called melanin. Melanin is responsible for skin and hair color.  We do recommend SeaBoost Cream for Melanoma, and also recommend Max-Well Immune Formula, to minister to internal needs of the body.  However, don't use these in lieu of medical attention.  SeaBoost Cream may help while further medical attention is sought.

Melanoma can also involve the colored part of the eye. For information about that form of melanoma, see melanoma of the eye.

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The primary symptom of any skin cancer is usually a mole, sore, lump, or growth on the skin. Any change in appearance of a pigmented skin sore over time is a warning sign. Also, watch for any bleeding from a skin growth.

The ABCD system may help you remember features that might be symptoms of melanoma:

  • Asymmetry: One half of the abnormal area is different from the other half.
  • Borders: The lesion or growth has irregular edges.
  • Color: Color changes from one area to another, with shades of tan, brown, or black (sometimes white, red, or blue). A mixture of colors may appear within one sore.
  • Diameter: The trouble spot is usually (but not always) larger than 6 mm in diameter -- about the size of a pencil eraser.

The key to treating melanoma is recognizing symptoms early. You might not notice a small spot of concern if you don't look carefully, so perform thorough self-examinations monthly, and schedule a formal skin exam with a dermatologist yearly.

The cancerous skin cells and a portion of the normal surrounding skin usually have to be surgically removed. A procedure called surgical lymph node biopsy may be necessary to check if the cancer has spread to nearby lymph nodes. If it has, these lymph nodes may also need to be removed. A skin graft may be necessary after the surgery if a large area of skin is affected.

Only the smallest and most shallow melanomas can be cured by surgery alone, so early diagnosis is very important. Radiation therapy, chemotherapy, or immunotherapy (use of medications that stimulate the immune system, such as interferon) may be recommended in addition to surgery.

If the skin cancer is deeper than 4 mm or the lymph nodes have cancer, there is a high risk of the cancer spreading to other tissues and organs. Treatment with interferon after surgery may be useful for these patients. Studies have suggested that interferon improves the overall chance of cure by approximately 10%.

However, interferon has many side effects and is sometimes difficult to tolerate. Patients with high-risk melanomas should consider enrolling in clinical trials. These are research studies of new medications or other treatments.

For patients with melanoma that has spread beyond the skin and lymph nodes to other organs, treatment is more difficult. At this point, melanoma is usually not curable. Treatment is usually directed at shrinking the tumor and improving symptoms. Both chemotherapy and use of interferon or interleukin may be tried. These patients also should consider participating in clinical trials.

Burns, Sunburn

Because of it's many nutrients, the results can be quite amazing when SeaBoost Cream is used for sunburns and burns.

Seborrheic Dermatitis

For those who don't mind a greasy scalp for a few hours, SeaBoost Cream can be helpful for Seborrheic Dermatitis (dandruff).  Apply liberally to scalp, let it soak in over night, then shampoo.  You may be surprised at just how much one application of SeaBoost Cream can accomplish.  For other locations than the scalp, apply a small amount and work in.  Try this for a few days and see what a difference it can make.

Extreme Temperature Changes

When you are going in and out of cold temperatures, it can wreck havoc on your skin.  To help protect it, apply a small amount of SeaBoost Cream and work in.


First, cleanse your skin, then apply a small amount of SeaBoost Cream and work in.  SeaBoost Cream nourishes your skin and helps it to heal.  Once again, be prepared that it may sting.


Who would guess that a product that can really sting when applied to open skin might be used for wounds.  This isn't for everyone, but some have found it to be helpful to minor wounds.


Once again, this isn't for everyone, since SeaBoost Cream applied to hemorrhoids can really sting.  But once again, we have some customers who are willing to brave the sting for the longer term good.


A Band Aide is recommended when using SeaBoost Cream for moles.  Apply a fair amount to the Band Aide, then press onto the mole.  You are trying to get good coverage on the mole without having SeaBoost Cream seep outside of the Band Aide.  This isn't easy to accomplish.  SeaBoost Cream can stain clothing, and it can take 2 or more months for something to happen, so exercise care here.  One of our customers noted that after 2 months the mole crumbled and fell off on his finger.  However, this isn't usually the case.  You will have to determine whether you want to give this a try.  SeaBoost Cream is not caustic or acidic like Black Salve.  Black Salve has been found to work. but can leave a sore and a scar.  SeaBoost Cream works through nutrition.

Liver Spots

Liver Spots are more than skin deep.  Some have used SeaBoost Cream for liver spots, but we recommend that, along with a topical application, a person take Max-Well Immune Formula to provide the liver with more of what it needs to be healthy. 

Agent Orange Burns

This is a tough one.  But since SeaBoost Cream is good for burns, some have found it helpful for Agent Orange burns.  Where the skin has been burned so deeply, we also recommend taking Max-Well Immune Formula while topically nourishing the skin.


While SeaBoost Cream may prove helpful for Herpes outbreaks, once again the problem is systemic.  So get yourself some Max-Well Immune Formula to go along with the cream.


SeaBoost Cream may or may not be helpful with insect bites.  If you have it handy, you can try a bit and see.


Shingles is a difficult condition, and once again SeaBoost Cream may or may not prove helpful.


We don't recommend it for hives.  No positive results have been noted.


It won't hurt to try SeaBoost Cream on Rosacea.  However, any benefits may not be noticeable.


The statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

The information provided in this site is not a substitute for professional medical opinion. It is provided for informational and educational purposes only.





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"I am 76 years old, and have been plagued with Psoriasis for years on my legs from a little below my knees, all around the calves down to the edge of my feet, on my lower arms down to my wrists, and on my forehead, my nose down to my lower lip.
 The Psoriasis on my forehead, cheeks and chin was very red.  To forego embarrassment in public, I would constantly apply 1% Hydrocortisone Cream and scratch off the flakes of skin on my chin, my nose, and at the corners of my lips.  But it never solved the problem.   Commercial preparations only gave me temporary relief.  The itching on my arms and legs caused me to scratch, sometimes until I was bleeding. The flaking of the dead skin that came off when I scratched was terrible."

"That was before I found SeaBoost Cream.  It took only a few days for me to see what an awesome product it is!  When I put the SeaBoost Cream on my face the first morning, it burned.  However, I felt that maybe there was healing in the pain, and left it on.  When I applied it on the second morning, it hardly burned at all.  On the third morning there was no burning.  This is wonderful stuff.  I no longer have to worry about those unsightly spots when I go out in public.  This picture was taken 1 week after I started using SeaBoost Cream.  Without reservation I recommend Max-Well SeaBoost Cream to all Psoriasis sufferers."

Sincerely,  Paul S. in Nebraska



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