I started with 3 small lesions at my hairline where basal cells had previously been removed "professionally." After a few stinging weeks, I saw huge progress at those original sites, but the tentacles began erupting across my entire forehead and down the sides of my face. As I continued treatment twice a day, bleeding lesions crossed my cheeks and are now approaching my nose, where I've had two basal cells and one squamous cell removed, and my right cheek has nine lesions down to my chin, with six on the left.
I'm now at 2 1/2 months and am tired of stinging and burning (and spending more and more money on Curaderm). Apparently, I'm atoning for those sunburns, but I'm still hopeful that the result will be spectacular.
We're excited to let you know that we just imported 20 tubes of Curaderm, the topical cream our readers have been raving about for more than a decade, directly from Australia to sell in our online shop! You can buy it at Earth Clinic here. We'll ship it starting tomorrow, Thursday, September 2nd.
Curaderm is used for pre-cancerous skin growths like Basal Cell Carcinoma. Read feedback about it from EC readers here. It is also used for Sunspots, Age Spots, and Hyperpigmentation.
Curaderm is incredibly expensive to import, so we're starting out carrying a small quantity. We're selling it for $144 a tube, which is the lowest price we're allowed to sell it at.
It ranks up there with Gallixa for awesomeness, even though very pricey!
In reply to GertJr:
I have 2 questions about Curaderm, which I got for my husband. It says apply 3 times per day for 3 days--wash the area before each application or just put it on? As to the paper tape, his skin is so thin and tender that adhesives may damage it. Do we really need to use the tape, or can we just leave it open to the air? On face and ears, so easy enough unless sleeping.
Wash it before applying with a mild soap. Dry thoroughly. Yes, you need the tape, micropore is best but paper tape will work. Paper tapes in general are very mild for sensitive skin.
Dear ORH or anyone who has tried Curaderm for SK, BCC or SCC,
I was wondering if you can advise please. After reading your posts on the subject (thank you very much!), I ordered curaderm online. Very expensive ($140) for a small tube that comes with tape and a book but I think it will last a long time. I bought it to use on my husband's back, which has a number of suspicious spots to me, but which the dermatologist deems fine each year (!)... a few of these "normal" spots look like pimples that keep bleeding.
I applied a small amount of curaderm on each one of them and covered them with medical tape but am unsure how long to keep going. It's now been 10 days. The book says apply for 3 days for SK and 30 days for BCC and Squamous Cell... I stopped applying on a few spots that smoothed over, since that is what the book advised. So my main question is... do you keep applying it every day until there is no bump left? It looks like he has cigarette burns all over his back! A few of them, the ones that bled here and there even before the curaderm, have itched him intensely after application. Thanks for help on this. I think it's powerful indeed, but want to know the most effective length of time to apply from those who have used it over the years.
Thank you thank you thank you!
(TEN MILE, TN)
We have used curaderm for several years. It was made in Australia, not cheap but cures all cancer except melanoma. Also cured my wife of a pressure ulcer on her ear hole almost through. Eight days later new skin, no pain ever.. Unknown growth in ankle and other places healed. We love the products and have pics to prove what I say. My age is 79 and I want healed not symptom relief with side effects.
HI U OLE PATOOTS DOIN,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, man, did not do my keratosis thing last year and my face is covered with a cancer of some sort. My dermatologist would change my looks forever if I allowed his knife. Instead , I am using Curaderm as I have for many years. He knows of it, but will not acknowledge. That's the way they are. The reaction is so drastic that I can hardly stand the pain. But it does subside in an hour or so. I have stopped my 2 treatments /D to allow my face to heal. It has now peeled and looks great, but I am not comfortable and will start my program again next week. I am wearing a long shirt this year and a straw shade hat. My ole Mississippi PawPaw knew this many moons ago. His skin was like an ivory soap bar. It never saw the sun. Now...... he did have a wrinkled red neck for certain. What is so amazing about Cruaderm is that it only reacts with cancer cells. Put it on healthy skin and nothing happens. Curaderm can be bought on line. I initially bought it from the Dr who made it. Now, I buy it from Walmart. There are scam folks here....... so beware. ====ORH====
For treatment of basal cell carcinoma please google Curaderm which is based from eggplant. You can research it and order it online. It is approved for usage in treatment of basal cell carcinoma in Australia. US FDA has not approved it (of course because it is much cheaper ) than the protocol that US MD's will recommend. Read the Curaderm website. I have personally used Curaderm multiple times with success that has given me 100% satisfaction. When I see a suspect site on my skin, I go to a dermatologist and have a biopsy. If the lab confirms that it is basal cell, I use the Curaderm. The dermatologist that I go to confirmed that he knows about Curaderm, but since it is not US FDA approved he can not recommend it. It is important to continue the application of the cream for the full cycle of destruction of the cancer cells and renewal of healthy skin. It may take day 21 days or longer depending on your situation.
I used curaderm 3 years ago and was very successful, last year I had another spot and it did not work after more than 6 months of applying it day and night!!!
I am looking for something else? I hope the Apple Cider Vinegar will work!
(Ten Mile, Tn)
I have a tiny BCC on my left cheek right under the eye. I was thinking about using Curaderm cream. Has anyone used it on that area? Does it leave a scar there since the skin is very thin in that area. Thanks