I recently decided to give DMSO another try (I've tried it before, but was not able to tolerate the discomfort on the skin). I purchased a roll-on product 70% DMSO 30% Aloe Vera.
As everyone who has lipomas knows, they don't go away on their own. My grandmother had them and my mother has them. Perhaps there's a genetic component, but I don't know. However, I will say this, my grandmother had cancer in the bile duct and my mother had to have her gallbladder removed. I decided (no really) I wasn't going to go the same route and didn't have time to deal with illnesses or surgeries. It was a decision I made for this body.
Anyway, back to the DMSO, I have a large lipoma on my left arm above the elbow. It's a large, sprawling one and I believe it has entangled itself either in the muscle or nerve because there is pain when I rub my fingers over it. Since that lipoma is so large, I decided to address that one first. I have applied it twice/day for about 1 week now. It has reduced in size by about 1/2. Do I have skin irritation? Yes, but I decided to 'suck it up' and 'deal with it'.
I have noticed the skin irritation does get better though with time. I have read (please research DMSO) that it can stain clothing, so that's another reason I am working on my arm first. I have small lipomas on my upper thighs, but since I am wearing pants, I have decided to tackle those after I see complete remission of the lipoma on my arm.
My daughter has had a lipoma on the back of her neck at the base of her skull since she was 2 years old. She is now 13. It is just getting painful that she can't sleep on her back. It is also starting to ooze out with substance, and when squeezed a lot come out, but that's too painful to do so I said not to do that. I rubbed DMSO in it a few times and it appears to be half the size now. I applied it full strength with my finger 2 times a day for 3 days. I will now also start the ACV and see if that helps as well.
She is very thin, eats a very healthy mostly organic diet very low in meat and fat. Very low processed diet, so not much I can change there. She takes many supplements and spirulina and chlorella and kefir. very healthy child, not sure why she has this lipoma.