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Has anyone ever had a boil?
When I went to Africa I started getting them all over. I had
many as 40 boils at one time -- mostly in my armpits. They
hurt, they sting and they are totally unsightly.
The Africans had a cream that made the boils dissolve
painlessly in a couple days.
But back in America, I quickly
learned that there are no real remedies for boils, other
to cut them out with medical scissors from a doctor.
So I propose a boil patch. A circular bandaid containing pain
medication and absess reduction ointment. Put the patch
and in a day or two, your boil is recessed and pain free. The
pus and blood is absorbed in the cottony material of the
If you've ever had a boil, you would gladly pay $20 for this.
I know there are substances that can dissolve and drain
(Xango juice even does the trick. But Xango is hard to
With the patch, everything is neat and tidy.
||I used to know a guy called Colin Boyle. His brother was called Lance
||You should definately strive to take this to market with one of the healthcare manufacturers. To protect your own interests, unless knowledge of the formuation is widely known, I would keep it under wraps - a patent is unlikely to work as the product is currently in the public domain.
||You could take a look at the ninesigma web site. I know they help link the small 'inventor' and large businesses - there are actaully a couple of large manufacturers (proctor and Gambel / another) looking for skin related products at the mo...see http://www.ninesigma.com/MX/50075-1/rfp.html.