ACVx is cider vinegar.
Nothing more. Sorry, no magic new revolutionary discovery.
Cider vinegar has been used as a folk remedy for decades for every skin condition from syphyllis to warts. Unfortunately, there is nothing revolutionary or effective about it. You can certainly try it for your childs molluscum contagiosum. Just be aware that numerous studies have shown it to be ineffective for molluscum or any other skin condition. The recommendation by ACVx to apply the vinegar and then cover the skin with a dressing is potentially dangerous. Dermatologists have known for years that covering a skin cream or salve with a non-breathable dressing increases the potency of the salve. This is called an occlusive dressing and is often used to increase the strength of topically applied steroid creams. Using an occlusive dressing with vinegar on a child's skin as recommended by ACVx will turn a weak acid, vinegar, into a strong acid which could result in a burn. Also keeping the skin wet under occlusion for long periods of time often results in what is called maceration of the skin, where the skin softens, turns white and can easily get infected with bacteria or funji. You don't want to make your child's skin worse when you are already battling the molluscum. This is just our opinion.