DMSO Treatment for Lipoma

| Modified on Jan 14, 2024

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Posted by Alex (Thessaloniki - Greece) on 06/03/2023

Absolutely no results on my father's lipoma on his back. Used it every day, 99,9% clear, externally for two months.

Replied by Gary
(Kitchener On)

Hi Alex

Try 1 week Frankincense Oil and then 1 week Hemp Oil. Continue for 8 weeks.

Take care.


Posted by Wendy (Cedar Falls, Ia) on 08/25/2020


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.

Replied by Peter Chan

I will try that on my thigh at night time. Thanks.

Replied by Dawn

I'm going to try the DMSO/Aloe roll on. Thank you for the suggestion!

Posted by Karen (London, Canada) on 05/16/2015

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.

Replied by Troy

Doesn't sound like a lypoma. Lypomas don't ooze.


My son's 2nd lipoma which he had for decades got jabbed by an elbow helping his dad. It started to hurt. A few days later it was oozing. ER visit - they took it out and he said it was full of stuff. He too is very healthy, exercise, eating organic, supplements, no drinking or smoking.

Replied by Dj

I once had a Lipoma in the same area. One day it became painful and infected. Something to do with the area of the sweat glands. Well I went to the doc. and he said it was infected and then squeezed a bunch of stuff from it. So it is possible for one to squeeze stuff from a lipoma if infected. It soon had to be removed by the doc.


You're getting a lipoma confused with a cyst. Cysts ooze when you squeeze them and can be very big. Watch Dr. Pimple Popper...even she can't always tell until she cuts one open...she says if they ooze it's a cyst. Lipomas have to be pulled out.

Replied by Katherine

I have had many lipomas cut out of my back and arms. They have to cut very deep to get them out. More recently, I must be put under to remove many at once. They are large blobs of fat--nothing oozy about them. Maybe a sebacious cyst? I did have one surgeon argue with me about mine being that. Of course, he was wrong and his logic was flawed. Cysts are round and hard, lipomas are not. I would imagine that an infected cyst could rupture. There is no reason for a lipoma to become infected. Regardless, the original post is old and hopefully she took the child to the doctor because none of that sounds healthy or normal.

Replied by mia

It could be parasite related!

Andreas Kalcker's book "Forbidden Health" offers great advice.

You can read about the various protocols on his website.