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By Lorraine M., Warwick, Rhode Island USA
I was a healthy 51 year old who never thought I could get skin cancer. I've always been into natural nutritional healing. When I first saw a pinhole of blood coming out of my nose for no apparent reason, I was confused. I put antibiotic ointment on it and it would scab over continually. I would scratch off the scab and it would bleed. I repeated this for months and months not realizing what it was. Then a friend of mine talked me into going to a dermatologist. Not having insurance, I was reluctant. I got an appointment, and it took 4 months before I was seen. In the meantime, I did some research and suspected I had basal cell carcinoma. I finally went to get a biopsy and $400 later they told me what I already knew. It was a terrifying experience. The doctor proceeded to give me the bad news of Mohs surgery and plastic surgery to follow. I went home heavy hearted and went back to researching my options. This time I asked the right question for a natural cure for basal cell carcinoma and Curaderm BEC5 came up in my online search. I started to read the testimonies of people who had used the product and was encouraged. I prayed and prayed for guidance. I went with my feelings about natural healing, which I totally believe in and began using BEC5. I started in January of 2014 and did exactly what the manufacturer recommends. I applied it twice a day regimentally and covered with micro tape. When BEC5 was applied it would burn, nothing I couldn't handle, for about 10 to 20 min and then no pain until the next application. During the month of February, I noticed another pin spot of blood on the other side of my nose. I knew right away to treat it. Within 6 weeks, Curaderm BEC5 ate this tumor and healed up with no scarring at all. I wish I had known about BEC5 when the first tumor began. In September, I noticed the burning had stopped on the original first tumor. I was excited, that meant all the bad cells had finally been destroyed. I then noticed the healing process beginning. I applied a thin coat of cream and continued treatment. By December, I was completely healed. It was a long process, but it is because I waited too long to be diagnosed. In the future, if I ever see another pin spot of blood, I will know exactly what to do.
By: Judith Y., Gibsonia, Pennsylvania USA
I was diagnosed with Nodular Basal Cell Carcinoma on my nose in January, 2014. I used vitamin C crystals in water for two months, and then my daughter, Jill, read about Curaderm. In March, I went to an integrative doctor who recommended Curaderm. Moh's surgery was suggested in January by the dermatologist who did my biopsy, but I canceled the scheduled surgery because I feared scarring would occur. I used Curaderm twice a day for seven months. My experience during that time was mostly positive. I experienced heart palpitations at times, probably from the appearance of the lesion in the beginning. I also experienced slight burning for 10 or 15 minutes when I applied the Curaderm after cleaning the lesion. The lesion is completely gone, and the skin on my nose appears to be normal. I am amazed when I look at my nose.
By: Carol A., Gainesville, Florida USA
I am a 73 year old woman who has been dealing with BCC and SCC for about 10+ years now. I am a fair skinned redhead; consequently most of my skin damage is from younger years spent in the sun without knowledge of sun block. I have had 1 SCC and 3 BCC on my face, all removed with mohs surgery, leaving scars to deal with. I had a biopsy on a place located on my upper right underarm in April 2014, it came back BCC. I heard about Curaderm Bec 5 cream through a friend. After much research on the internet and a lot of serious thinking about it, I decided to order the Bec 5 package and started the process May 21, 2014. I documented my progress weekly with pictures. I kept a log as I went along. Following instructions as recommended, applied twice a day. At first no stinging at all. May 28th the spot began to sting when cream applied, notice a small hole beginning in the middle of the area where spot was. Each day hole became larger, area looked more red and irritated, stings every time I apply cream. But sting is tolerable so far. June 11, hole seemed to have reached max. Not as much irritation, still stings, some days more so than others. June 19th, hole seems to be beginning to close up. Fast forward to August 12, 2014. DONE! Hole completely healed. Skin a soft pink color. Reached a point where the progress was extremely slow in the hole closing completely. Some days I thought it’s almost done, but next day, it hadn’t changed much. The worst part was waiting for the healing process from the inside out to heal. Very slow. Had about 3 week period where the stinging was more intense and I did struggle a bit more dealing with it all. But didn’t want to give it up. Had invested too much of my time to give up now. August 18, 2014….not as pink. 14 WEEKS…Decided this was the day to stop putting BEC 5 on it or covering it. Scheduled for biopsy on the same spot September 24, 2014. BIG NEWS! September 29, 2014 biopsy report came back NO CANCER. BEC 5 DID THE JOB! Now I’m at a point where I have to make decisions on whether or not to use the BEC 5 cream on my face. Am I sorry I used BEC 5 cream…certainly not. If I had not tried I would have always wondered IF it would work. Now, I am convinced the cream will do the job. Do I want to endure all of this on my face, I don’t know yet. I have about 6 “suspicious” spots on my face to be biopsied yet, two of which I do feel will be either BCC or SCC. For those who might be trying to make up their minds on whether or not to try Curaderm BEC 5 cream I would encourage you to strongly consider this product. After I completed the weeks using Curaderm BEC5 cream, I did go to my dermatologist, showing her both pictures and my log, and printed info about the product Curaderm BEC5. She stated she was not familiar with the cream but if I chose to go this route she would follow my progress. This was encouraging for me to know.
Good luck with your decision.
By: Pam O., Richfield, Ohio USA
I was diagnosed with Basal Cell Carcinoma on the right side of my forehead on January 7th, 2014. Tissue measuring less than 0.2 x 0.1 x 0.1 cm (Fragments). It was emanating from the undersurface of the epidermis, where there was a proliferation of atypical basaloid epithelial cells with palisading of peripheral nuclei. (1BSUR-DD). I treated the basal cell with other methods I read about on line to no avail. Then in May of this year, my husband asked me to look up Dr. Jonathan Wright's recommendation for this condition and we found out about Curaderm Bec5. I purchased the book, cream, and all that went with the treatment and began treating myself. It took 8 weeks for the "hole" on my forehead to completely disappear. What remains is a reddish scar which is fading each day. I went for a punch biopsy of the lesion area and the results were negative for basal cell. Lab wrote "No evidence of a neoplasm in these sections." I loved working with the Curaderm team. They were very supportive during every step of the treatment as I had many questions and they had many answers which were reassuring. I sent in pictures of the progress, which they commented on and helped me to feel confident that the treatment was working. I am very happy that I went this route as I had MOHS done on a basal cell on my nose some years ago because I didn't know there were any other options (left a scar). I would recommend this treatment to everyone with basal cell carcinoma. It’s a simple, inexpensive treatment that is very easy to apply. I loved the fact that Curaderm is a natural substance so there are no worries about side effects. A little burning was the worst of it. Thank you Curaderm team.
By: Steve D., Madison, Wisconsin USA
I just wanted report the fantastic results I achieved using your Curaderm cream. I created a video that I wanted to share with you that shows the progress of my treatment:
By: Beth C., Mesa, Arizona USA
About a year ago I noticed something on my nose that looked kind of shiny not red just shiny. When I went to my yearly dermatologist appointment, I mentioned it to her, and she said that it was nothing to worry about. A year later when I went back, she took another look at it because it had turned a bit red, and she said she wanted to do a biopsy on it. A few days later, she called to say that it was a BCC and that the biopsy showed that the margins showed more BCC after biopsy. I was really scared at first knowing that I had had it for over a year by now. I went to see a surgeon on her request, and he recommended Mohs surgery or radiation. The radiation therapy sounded like maybe the best option, but I later found out that insurance would not pay and that it is very expensive, so I had resigned myself to the Mohs surgery. I came home and looked that up online and saw lots of scary things when it comes to the nose and Mohs surgery. There would be lots of scarring, which would eventually go away, but the actual surgery was pretty graphic. I waited for the surgeon to call back to schedule the surgery and for some reason they had forgotten me and I was not anxious so I did not remind them either. In the weeks following the visit I started looking online for alternative methods of treating this. I was so happy when I saw the ad for the Curaderm BEC5 cream. I read all the testimonies and knew that it was worth a try. I have always believed in a more natural form of healing, so I believed it would work. I began the treatment the day the cream came. Within 2 days, the nose opened up and began to ooze out a large amount of pus. I applied the cream as often as I had time, maybe 3 to 4 times a day. Every time I looked at the tape I knew that it was working. One day exactly 3 1/2 weeks after start of treatment, I noticed that the band aid was clean. I could not believe that this had happened so quickly, and I gave it a few more days of cream. Finally after reading the documents provided I realized that it was now time to remove the band aid and the cream and let it breath. I knew that the documents had mentioned that the skin would be soft like baby skin, but mine was rough and dry and my nose felt like it was hollow under the area that was just healed. The very next day I was feeling my nose and the dry skin started peeling off. Under that skin was a brand new smooth and perfect skin just like the article had said. I ordered the Tamanu oil and am presently waiting for it to come so that I can start using it only to take out a little redness on the nose. I am so completely satisfied with the results and I am so happy that the Dr. forgot to call me about scheduling the appointment. About two weeks into the treatment they did remember to call me and I told them that I was trying a different method to get rid of the BCC. I have never been so pleased and can't believe that in my case it only took 3 1/2 weeks. I will recommend to friends and family for sure. I am enclosing photos although I did not get one in between treatment. My nose actually opened up into a giant sore within a few days of treatment. I only have the before and after.
By: Barbara, Indianapolis, Indiana USA
I heard about Curaderm from a friend of a friend. I was a little skeptical but, after reviewing the testimonies I decided to give it a try. On March 4th, 2014 I was diagnosed with Squamous Cell Carcinoma on the back of my head. At the time, it was about the size of a dime and protruded about 4mm. The doctor decided to do a biopsy and cut off the top. This aggravated the cancer so much that it began to grow and grow! It became the size of about a silver dollar and looked like an erupting volcano. I started using Curaderm May 12, 2014. I usually put on a fresh dressing after I shower in the morning and before I go to bed at night. It has only been 4 weeks and it is noticeably getting better. It is about the size of a nickel and nice, moist skin is growing. I look forward to sharing pictures after it completely heals. I just ordered my second tube and believe that that will be all it takes. Amazing, Amazing, Amazing!
I have had an actinic keratosis in a rather large place on my cheek for going on 4 years. I knew the cost to have it dealt with medically would be too expensive, even though I pay out of pocket for my health insurance (high deductible). I believed I would have to live with this the rest of my life, and have been very self conscious about it. I decided to go on line and see if there was anything out there that could be done about this, and I came across the ad for Curaderm. I had not seen the episode on Dr. Oz that had mentioned this. I studied the comments, etc. and after several hours of thinking about it, I made the big decision to purchase a tube of Curaderm. After treating this for five and one-half DAYS, the actinic keratosis is completely gone. During the first day, I watched the layers of this peel away, and now have smooth skin. The burning sensation was minimal, and easily controlled with a couple of ibuprofen. The skin of course a little red, but that is going away, and after putting up with the other for nearly 4 years, a little temporary redness is a small price to pay. My husband is in awe of how quickly this worked, as am I. I cannot express in words how well this worked. I am so grateful, thankful, and totally amazed. If you are putting off buying this product, don't put it off any longer. I have skin again where I never thought I would. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!
I am using this for a bcc on my cheek that has been there upward of 5 years. I began treatment Mar 1 2014 and it found 5 other areas that responded well. The original lesion and one other are still improving. I saw my dermatologist today, after 2 and 1/2 months of treatment. She was not familiar with curaderm but was very impressed with the progress and said that it is definitely working, and that the lesions look just like they would if treated with her cream. She was very pleased with the results, and said it looks like about 1 more month of treatment. I am so happy that the curaderm found those other trouble spots , and I am assuming if I had done surgery, they would have needed surgery too down the line. I have some more spots that need treatment on other areas of my face. When this heals I will definitely use the curaderm on them too.
By: Florence G., Oxnard, California USA
I have been using Curaderm BEC5 for years. When I first discovered it I used to order it directly from Dr. Cham, but now use the new website, which makes it simple and efficient. I have used it on several BCC's on my face due to the abuse I subjected my skin to when I was a teenager. We used baby oil to get a tan. We were effectively french frying our skin. Now I am paying the price. But thanks to Curaderm, at least I have a solution. Curasol sunscreen is a great product as well. I have told a number of people about both products and everyone loves them. Just don't let it dry out and keep using it until it heals. The burn is worth it!!!
By: Michelle W., Belfast, Maine USA
Dear friends - I started using Curaderm on Jan. 19, 2014 on a spot on my forehead thought to be a BCC by my dermatologist. I had the spot for about 2 years. My treatment took a very long time, a total of 4 1/2 months, but it is now complete. The process was not always easy, often I had deep pain shooting into my eye. I changed the tape 4 to 5 times a day. The size got initially quite a bit larger, then shrank within the first 3 weeks. The center was deep and stayed about somewhere between a pea and a lima bean in size for the bulk of the time. During the treatment I got very discouraged because it was taking much longer than I imagined, especially when I passed the 70-day mark. I was supported in continuing by the folks at Curaderm and by other online testimonials. The pain very gradually lessened, first in severity, then in duration towards the end of the process. I understood that it was taking a long time because it was so deep, at least that is what I think was going on. I feel so grateful that the cream is an option, because if I had had to have surgery, I would have a very large scar in the center of my forehead. I still have a red spot and a bit uneven texture to a small area, which I am not using the tamanu oil on. I trust this will continue to heal up. I want to encourage anyone to try it. The treatment time clearly varies, and although there can be also varying degrees of pain, it is all worth the amazing results. Thank you to everyone who helped me stay with it.
By: Rick W.
Thank-you for your help to those of us so plagued by skin problems. I have very fair skin and I needed to find something to take care of it. I am providing an assessment of my use to date of BEC5. My initial reaction is WOW! This stuff really seems to work. I understand it can take a while for healing, but I am very happy to continue to use it especially since I have seen great results. I had a small lesion on my right cheek located about 1¾ inches straight across from the corner of my mouth. At my last check-up with my doctor, he saw the lesion and told me to get it taken care of. He had previously surgically removed some BCC from my shoulder and back, so he knew me and my situation. I normally would have him do it, but I told him I would take care of it. It had been there for at least a year. A few months ago I tried treating it using another method but was not at all satisfied with the results. Also, in the meantime I discovered two small lesions (⅓ inch diameter each) side by side on the back of my left hand. I saw that BEC5 was featured on the Dr. Oz show, so I went out and did my own investigation work. I read about the scientific research and the many testimonials, saw numerous photos, and felt the cream could do me some good. I can give a shout out for what BEC5 has done for my hand. The lesions have disappeared and almost grown completely over with new skin. There is still a bit of swelling and redness around the treatment area. It has been three weeks to this point. I will continue using it until my hand is completely well. Thank you, thank you, thank you. My cheek is much more involved. Initially (4 weeks ago), I applied the cream to the lesion (the original small lesion), and within a week, it quickly expanded the affected area upward about 2.5 inches and outward about 1.5 inches with at some point a white blanket of creamy looking skin across the entire area. It also developed raised and slightly thickened ridges that was rough skin and blanketed in creamy white around the original lesion, including a larger and raised thicker ridge also rough skin blanketed in creamy white skin just above the original lesion. Now (4 weeks later), the thickened ridges around the original lesion are just about gone except for the larger thicker ridge above the lesion – but it is getting smaller – it certainly isn’t as raised as before. The treatment area has evolved into: (1) a small ½ inch diameter lesion near the top of the treatment area that came on after 2 weeks into the treatment (2½ inches above the original lesion or between my side-burn and eye), it is tender to touch; (2) the original lesion that has evolved into a slightly larger and more elongated lesion, also tender; (3) and the slightly raised rough skin thickened now oval shaped ridge about ½ inch in width near the top part of the original lesion (see above). All other affected areas in the cheek have healed nicely and have re-grown new skin. It is amazing how this part of the affected area looks so clean. I continue to treat the two lesions and the thickened rough skin ridge. It seems they will take longer to heal. After reading other accounts, I did not expect this part to heal quickly. I am very satisfied with the progress on all areas of my cheek. The swelling in the cheek is gone and the thickened rough skin ridge seems to be getting smaller. The original lesion is filling in nicely and both lesions are following a pattern of healing that I have investigated. I still have redness around the treatment area, but I imagine it is due to the two involved lesions and thickened rough skin and the time needed to heal. Again, thank you for all the good you have done…
By: Paula W., South Wales, Australia
I am very happy with the results after using the BEC5 Cream. I started using the cream on 18th October 2013 on three (3) AK’s (actinic keratosis) on the top of my hand. After about 6 weeks, the skin was was completely healed back over. It was a little red for a few weeks, but now I can hardly find the exact area where I treated those AK's. I am about to start on more elsewhere on my arms and other hand. And NO scarring. With time the redness fades. Thank you to BEC5 Cream topical cancer cream.
By: Leona T., Fort Myers, Florida USA
Well first of all, let me say that it was a long haul. I expected healing in 2 to 3 months and it took 7½ months. But, the bottom line is that the results are totally amazing. I would do it again and again to attain the wonderful results that finally occurred. Please keep in mind when you start the BCC BEC5 process that there is no time slot; everyone is different. The human body is wonderfully designed to heal itself if given the right tools and BEC5 is the right tool for basal cell carcinoma. I am a 73 year young female that spent way too much time in the sun when I was young using baby oil to tan my body. I have an Irish heritage with very fair skin and lots of freckles. My chest area became the brunt of all my skin damage issues and I began seeing a dermatologist in my late fifties, always for the same area...my chest. He would burn precancerous lesions with nitric oxide or excise small lesions leaving scars. The lesions kept reocurring, and my chest area was a total mess. I used to cover up and assumed that this area would never be beautiful to look at again. I was forever trying natural products to heal the endless barrage of lesions that infected my chest area. Nothing worked and I was miserable not wanting to return to the dermatologist for more of the treatment. I would be left with white skin spots from the nitric oxide, permanent scars from excises, or burned skin from the skin cream that did no good at all. I went online one day in April 2013 very frustrated and found the BEC5 website. Dr. Oz had just recently done a TV show about BEC5 and it was posted online. I am a Dr. Oz fan, so I read the article and decided to give BEC5 a try, thinking, what in the world do I have to lose, except $120, and maybe everything to gain, who knows. And so it began. The lesion I used the BEC5 on started small, became big and ugly, and then started into the healing process. It did have underground branches that went to two other chest areas and opened them up and finally healed them. It was an amazing process. I saw it to the end and I have skin on my chest like I was born with. Who would believe?! This product is unbelievable, but please keep in mind that we are all individuals, and time is not of the essence with this product. Time is however long your body allows for healing and a lot of it is based on the length of time you have had the lesions thus, how long it takes to reverse the process. Who could believe that skin cancer can be cured with eggplant? It’s a miracle! I’m a total believer, and I love BEC5. Thank you so much for this wonderful product.
By: Robin N., Ft. Collins, Colorado USA
Our experience with the BEC5 team has been outstanding! We submitted emails with progress photos and we got answers very quickly. We are huge believers in the product and have recommend it to others. So much better than surgery with skin grafts, which would also be a long process. Thanks! Looking forward to a full healing of the area!
By: James Baxter
I have been dealing with skin cancer for over 15 years. I go in to the dermatologist twice a year to get things cut off or frozen off. Over the last few years I was having more and more basal cell skin cancers (BCC) showing up. With them mainly occurring on my face. I was not a big fan of having a Mohs on my face as the scars are rather large. My wife found out about the BEC5 cream, told me about it, and I thought I would risk $100 bucks and see if it worked or not. I had a Mohs scheduled for December of 2013 from a biopsy I had done back in July that confirmed BCC on my forehead and the back of my ear. I went in to my Dermatologist in September and had a second spot biopsy on my forehead that was also BCC. After about 3 weeks of treatment with the BEC5 cream the BCC looks to be gone. (My BCC are/were about a 1/8" in diameter) I have since been using the BEC5 cream on some spots I have on my back (they are believed to be BCC from my Dermatologist, however no biopsy has been done to confirm) and it appears to be working as advertised. So good in fact that my Dermatologist has "postponed" my Mohs for the spots on my forehead and ear. I have a follow up biopsy scheduled for February 2014 to confirm that the BCC is gone. To say I am pleased with the results is an understatement. My Dermatologist is also intrigued with the results. I just ordered my second tube of the BEC5 (my experience is that one tube will treat about 4-5 spots depending on the size of the BCC) I also recommend that you order a second tape. I have not been able to find that at any drug stores and it works really good. I will say that the first 2 days of treatment you will see your BCC turn red and it burns a bit with treatment. As you go in to the next week of treatment it feels about like a bee's sting as you apply the BEC5 you your BCC. Stick with it! After a week or so, it does not "hurt" anywhere near as bad and the spots really heal quickly. (surprisingly quick!) I have been taking pictures of my BCC treatments along with close observation from my Dermatologist. It is impressive! If you are dealing with BCC - buy a tube!!
By: Barbara M., Massachusetts USA
I was diagnosed with a squamous cell cancer that I had assumed was nothing for about two years before having it biopsied. The dermatologist told me there was no treatment available except Moh's surgery (which sounded horrible to me), but I had a friend who had used BEC5 several times on his face for BCC and SCC issues. Since I did not want surgery, the decision to go with BEC5 was easy. The treatment has its challenges, but I considered them far less invasive than surgery would have been. First of all, the fact that no healthy cells got destroyed in the process was fantastic. But since I am vain, having this on my nose was a big challenge for me. With practice, most times I was able to use the pretty well-matched medical tape to make the site less obvious during treatment, and I was thankful both that it was supposed to be covered in this way since it did get worse looking as the BEC5 destroyed the offending cells and that I was supposed to clean it twice a day—so I could shower and go about my regular routines. The treatment created stinging for me, normally shortlived just after application, and quite a bit of oozing at various times during the process. I was thankful for the BEC5 Customer support as well as the support of my friend, who told me to look at the process as "entertaining." Whenever I got discouraged or doubtful about progress, I reminded myself of what surgery and its effects would have been like! The process took about 3.5 months, with the last month being the filling in of the last very, very small and mostly healed spot—far less obvious than at the beginning. I utilized BEC5 up to 4 times a day at the start, but eventually settled into the 2 times a day schedule to make it a bit easier on myself. Knowing how the process went for others is probably my best tip—either from Customer support or someone who has used BEC5. And trusting in its efficacy, which is amazing. Be patient and persevere. The result is well worth the effort!
By: Josie P., Ontario Canada
I started applying BEC5 on my mom's nose mid May of this year. Mom is 84 years old, and has Basal Cell Carcinoma. She also is on blood thinners due to a stroke 7 years ago. After chatting with a neighbour who has a friend who used BEC5 successfully, and upon seeing my mom, the neighbour suggested using BEC5 for her Basal Cell Carcinoma. Mom anxiously asked that I purchase BEC5, since her other alternative would be surgery, which would include skin grafting. The thought of that terrified mom. So we ordered BEC5 and were surprised at how fast it arrived - 3 days, as promised. Mom has been suffering with Basal Cell Carcinoma for many years. Too difficult to be specific as to exactly how long. We started applying BEC5 2 times a day. First thing in the morning and just before bedtime. Instructions were simple, apply on the affected area (I used a cutex swab) and cover after applying, with the tape immediately. Each time, I gently removed the tape by soaking it with pads with warm water and a bit of disinfectant mild gel soap. This helped the tape come off easily. The process was simple - but not without pain! My mom was still determined to use BEC5, even though it was extremely painful, each time. The stinging pain lasted from 5 to 15 minutes before easing up. Finally, after 5 months, it no longer hurt when applying BEC5, however, it still looked awful! Probably because mom is on blood thinners, her age, and the fact that she had this skin cancer for so many years may have contributed to why it took so long. Finally, after 6 months, we were able to stop applying BEC5. It worked. The area where BEC5 was applied is clean and the nose looks well again. Unfortunately, the cancer is on another area of mom's nose now. My best suggestion is to start using BEC5 as soon after diagnosis as possible. This will definitely shorten the length of time using BEC5. Mom and I wish anyone using this product our sincere best. You need to be determined and persistent. BEC5 will work. All the best.
After extensive surgery, my cancer came back, If I had known about this product, I would have saved my scalp and a bunch of money, expense and pain. BEC5 has saved me from more painful and ineffective surgery.
By: Monica B., Iowa USA
Began treatment 02/18/13 on 9 spots on my forehead and two spots on my nose. Dermatologist had told me in the past due to sun damage. Most spots were raised, irregular, and starting to get pinker in color. One spot on my nose was continually red all the time. Several spots on my forehead returned to normal in 2 months. One over my eyebrow took 8 months applying it twice daily, but I had had this spot for years. It is completely normal now. The red spot on my nose is completely normal now. I wondered if I had treated too many spots at once as it burned like fire for at least 30 minutes over my entire forehead and nose, but I am so happy I treated them all at once. I had complete confidence in the product. Would highly recommend the product!! Have recommended it to our doctor who has used it with complete satisfaction. Really like the Curasol sunscreen, too. The tamanu oil is great to apply when completely healed. It has helped the skin return to normal. Please thank Dr. Cham for me and let him know these results!!! Have new sun spots starting on my check and will wait till January to treat those. Won't take long as they are small. Saw this product on Dr. Oz with Dr. Mercola. So happy it is for sale in the USA! Thanks again!!!
By: Anonymous BEC5 Cream User
Today is November 7, 2013 and I have been promising myself I would write this review after I received my biopsy results and as of Wed, Oct 30, 2013, I got the results. And yes, it is negative. I was diagnosed by a biopsy in March of 2013 with bcc. I was told it was not superficial which meant a cream would probably not work. The bcc was in the cupids bow area. The area above my upper lip. I am a 46yr old female and yes, I was a bit worried. I was immediately referred to a mohs surgeon. Part of me just couldn't see myself with surgery so I researched and educated myself the best I could about options. BEC5 made sense to me. I ordered it and began the process. I applied it every single day twice a day and sometimes 3. Never once did I miss a day. It took 21 1/2 weeks, but, it worked. It did exactly what it was suppose to do. It worked layer by layer and my tape above my lip got larger and larger and the lesion area got redder. I think it was actually peeling away and working at an amazing level to accomplish this. I did send pictures a few times with questions to customer support. They were wonderful! Such great communication. In my process I was also fortunate enough to find a mohs surgeon that was willing to let me try this process and not be so critical of the choice I was making to at least try BEC5 before I consider surgery. I have to admit I did get a little restless around 18 weeks. I thought I would be complete by then. But, I kept going. In the meantime, I also did a full body thermogram at about 18 weeks which reported no signs of bcc appear to be present in that area. But, I still kept going because customer service reminded me what the end result of my skin should look like and it just wasn't there yet. But, then at about 21 weeks it happened, my skin above my lip looked new and even the tape didn't want to stick. At 21 1/2 weeks I completed. It was a hard decision doing the biopsy because the surgeon did go deep(about 5 stitches). I had to do it though, I really wanted to have some positive feedback to share with readers about my experience and I just couldn't feel like I could write a review without having this done. Yes, I have a little red mark above my lip from the biopsy (not the BEC5 Cream). Would I do it again? The BEC5 Cream absolutely! The biopsy absolutely! I am so thankful for this gift, I just wanted to share.
Excellent product to remove, cure and heal skin cancers and other surface skin related sores. I've used this product over last few years and have been happy with the results.
BEC5 has helped remove 6 areas of skin cancer on my face and arms. I still have one stubborn area, but I'm sure persistence will pay off. If you are paranoid of needles, as I am, this is an excellent alternative. I also recommend buying it at the BEC5CreamDirect.com web site. You can't beat the 3-day shipping!
By: Jeff W.
I used BEC5 for a lesion on my nose. The squamous cell carcinoma eroded within a week and healthy cells filled the "crater" within 18 days. The minor inconvenience of applying the cream and dressing it 4 times a day was far better than the far more invasive Mohs surgery directed by my dermatologist.
By: Susan H.
I had skin cancers burned off and the first time I was in the sun they came back and itching more than ever. I decided to try the BEC5 and it worked. No more itching or rough spots. The skin is smooth as a baby's but. The brown spots that it left are fading and some of them you can't see anymore. Thank you for this amazing product!!!
By: Anonymous BEC5 Cream User
I have used it in the past with great success. Removed a spot that my dermatologist treated twice but kept coming back.
By: Joseph O.
I've only used the BEC5 BEC5 Cream for a few days, so don't yet know how it works over weeks or months. I had an initial problem with the shipping on my order, and called Customer Support. The response was so amazing, that I absolutely recommend this company, without hesitation, and would definitely purchase from them again. As they say on their website, if you have ANY problem with their services, then give Customer Support a call--or email them. Great folks, and fantastic support…
By: Diane H.
After treating what I thought was a common wart on my right thumb knuckle for several months, my Dermatopathologist daughter visited from Chicago and freaked out, insisting I see a Dermatologist immediately for what she thought was a carcinoma. Knowing this would involve cutting, suturing and possible loss of function, I reordered the BEC5 Cream I'd used several years ago on a basal cell on my shin. I'm approximately 3 weeks into treating the "wart" which is gradually getting smaller in size and the pinpoint of the lesion is closing. It does sting and burn like crazy for about 45 minutes after application, although I'm sure this is less painful than surgery. So far, so good!
This product actually WORKS on reducing active squamous cell carcinomas when applied as directed. Although it's not an overnight fix, patient and persistent application will yield beneficial reduction and even complete elimination of the skin lesions, especially if begun in early stages. It is FAR more cost-effective and low impact than conventional treatments such as the unpleasant dermabrasion, which doesn't necessarily work in the first place in eliminating the cancer. BEC5 is a modern marvel, and anyone prone to non-melanoma, common skin cancers should have some at the ready, at all times.
I and my husband have been using the cream for 10 weeks when we had to reorder. My cancer on my face is gone and he well continue using the cream on his head but his cancer is gone too. Great stuff. I have been cut so many times and this is so easy.
By: Marsha V., Oregon USA
I decided to try BEC5 to treat an Actinic Keratosis on my forehead. I had heard about it from a friend who knew someone who had used it successfully. The keratosis developed rapidly but I had only had it for about two months before treating it. I have had numerous keratoses burned off by my dermatologist but this time decided to try something different. I have also had several small basal cell carcinomas removed from this area of my forehead in the past and at the time of treatment had an inch long scar from a previous Mohs surgery directly below where the keratosis was. I applied the BEC5 Cream to the keratosis twice a day. Initially, it burned a little but was not very bothersome. Within a few short weeks the keratosis was gone and had healed however the cream had begun working on the area just below it where the previous basal cell carcinoma had been excised several months prior. I continued the treatment on this area for about 7 weeks. As someone who is highly sensitive to pain, I did experience a lot of burning upon application of the cream during the middle few weeks that was quite painful. I discovered that if I held my finger on a point on my forehead just above the wound for a few minutes after applying the cream that the pain was tolerable. At its largest the wound was about the size of a quarter. As it decreased in size, the pain at application also subsided. Despite this, I would still use this product in the future and would recommend it to others. I sent photos directly to the sales team twice when I was concerned about the way the wound looked. They were helpful, reassuring and their feedback/advice was accurate. The original scar from the surgery is gone. I now have only a slightly pink circular area where the treatment was.
By: Joy B., Purley, Canada
Given time this cream really works. After lots of surgery on my husband’s face he is now using this cream with great success. It takes time as it tracks the cancer path so as one starts clearing others appear. Now using it on his scalp which is taking a very long time to heal but I have confidence that it will do its job. Best discovery for skin cancer.
By: Leona T., Florida USA
The lesion on my chest, it was there for a few years. I started treatment over 3 months ago and it is in the finishing stages of healing presently. It must heal from within and the time is variable with each individual. I am grateful for BEC5. I had many basal cells frozen with nitric acid through a dermatologist which leaves white scar like areas. Thank you. I appear to have no scarring so far with this treatment.
Fifth week of treatment and the cells are differentiating between good and bad. It working but can definitely feel it for 30-45 minutes after application.
I had a lesion for about 7 years, tried several products that never really worked. Then I heard about BEC5 about a year ago and tried it. First it got worse then it started to "fill in", now it's getting smaller and smaller each day. I watched the video on YouTube and mine worked the same way. GREAT product!!!
By: D. Rutledge
The entire right cheek (portions of which have been treated conventionally) showed evidence of continued basal cell carcinoma activity, so we decided to try BEC5. Initially, the entire area reacted, but now after three weeks of use, it's evident that the product is working. Healthy new skin is beginning to surround about five areas which remain pitted. Overall, the skin continues to improve each day. We'll continue application until the entire area is smooth again.
This is such an awesome alternative to surgery! We couldn't afford $3,000 EACH for the removal of 4 spots...2 large, 2 small...from my husband's face (3) and back (1) which had been biopsied and known to be basal cell carcinoma. After using the 1st tube purchased over a 3 month period, the large spot on his back was gone! He's continuing to use the 2nd tube purchased on the large and two small spots on his face. It may take longer, but it sure is better than surgery!
By: Anonymous BEC5 Cream User
I have been using BEC5for a lesion under my eye which has been there for 9 months and would not heal. After 5 days I already see a major improvement, the gash has closed and the new skin tissue is starting to fill in. Can't believe how well it works.
Clears the spots with no damage to the layers of skin. Works very well on the hands and face. Would not be without a tube in the house. Stealing the bread & butter of dermatologists in Florida if more people knew about it.
By: Anonymous BEC5 Cream User
My wife has had two Mohs surgeries. They are rough. I gave her BEC5 to treat a small emerging basal cell carcinoma by the upper lip vermilion border. It is gone! We know what emerging basal cell looks like. Hence, we now nip it in the bud.
By: Anonymous BEC5 Cream User
I am now purchasing BEC5 for the third time. I have used it on small patches of scaly skin, as directed on the label by covering with tape and reapplying regularly. I also have used it on my face and neck by diluting with water and lightly applying to sun-damaged areas. I cover the areas with saran wrap for up to an hour, and then uncover and let dry. In a few days the skin experiences a gentle peel. I have done this about once a month to remove sun damage.
Having several basal cell carcinomas on my face, I was not interested in conventional treatments with scarring. Finding this wonderful product allows me to treat and cure abnormal cells leaving my face looking healthier than ever following treatment. You must be patient and this can wane after 2 or more months, but so worth it!
By: Anonymous BEC5 Cream User
I've been using this cream on my 94 year old father's face and neck for the last several months. He's had basal cell carcinoma for 30 years and had been having it treated with surgical excision, freezing etc.; all to no avail. His plastic surgeon didn't want to see him again..I guess because he is old and wasn't exactly a poster boy for his practice. He was getting pretty upset with the itching, bleeding and general discomfort so I researched online and stumbled across BEC5. It took a leap of faith to order the first tube of cream but wow! it really has worked. Several of his lesions are completely healed after the first round of treatments and now we are working on 'mopping up' the larger, more stubborn lesions. It has been incredible; a real cure for his skin cancer. I am just upset that the allopathic doctors refuse to promote this product to their patients as a real alternative, and a far better one at that, to surgery. Thanks for the really great product!
By: Anonymous BEC5 Cream User
BEC5 does the job without surgery. My doctor says it’s the cream of the century.
By: Anonymous BEC5 Cream User
I first started using BEC5 in 2006 on a cancerous mole on my left cheek. After using an escharotic salve for a while with no success, I finally got Mohs surgery done to get rid of it. However, in about 3-4 months afterward, the cancer was coming back. Then a friend told me about BEC5, which was a relatively new product at that time. I had to use it on several different ‘reincarnations’ of the cancer in that area because the surgery had scrambled the connections between the cancer cells that remained, so the cream could not follow them all to get rid of the entire cancer in that area as it normally would. I learned a lot from that experience, and seven years later my cheek is about 98% normal in appearance, even with fairly close inspection.
By: Anonymous BEC5 Cream User
I have had numerous keritosis patches on my cheeks and forehead, due to years of sun exposure. I put this on AM and PM. It takes several weeks to work. First, the patches will flare up and turn red, then they dry up and peel off, to reveal new "baby skin"! Fantastic!
By: Anonymous BEC5 Cream User
I have gone the plastic surgery route on my face. After researching BEC 5 Cream, I decided to give it a try. The results have been for a lack of words remarkable.
By: Donna-Lee B.
Having tried multiple other creams, treatments and surgeries, and having to wait three months for my next dermatologist appointment. I figured Why not give this a try? Well, I AM BLOWN AWAY by the success I have had with BEC5 in such a short amount of time. I have also never left a review, but wanted anyone thinking about investing in the cream to go ahead and do it. You will not be disappointed. I do recommend applying the cream at least three times a day. This really speeds up the healing process, which can be a little painful, but well worth it. For it is almost unbelievable how well it works. So do yourself a favor and go for it. You deserve it.
By: Anonymous BEC5 Cream User
I used BEC5 in 2005 on my forehead. It took 8 weeks to remove the cancer. Currently treating Basal Cell on the right side of my face…
By: Rocky B., New Mexico USA
The BEC5 worked, Thank you! It was very important that you showed me pictures of it getting much worse before it got better, otherwise I would have quit before it could do the job. It took 6 weeks and got pretty painful to apply twice a day, but I stayed at it religiously. The skin burned off in an area that got to about the size of a dime and finally the last 2 weeks it started to heal over and hurt less when applied (stopped burning after about 15 minutes). The bottom line - the growth is gone, no scar, and much lower cost than surgery would have been. Thanks again!
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The following photographs and explanations were taken from Dr. Cham’s book, The Eggplant Cancer Cure. A Treatment for Skin Cancer and New Hope for Other Cancers from Nature’s Pharmacy. A FREE e-copy of this book is provided with your purchase of BEC5 Cream.
These photographs are of squamous cell carcinoma on the head of a patient before (photo a), during (photos b and c), and after treatment with BEC5 Cream (photo d). The arrow on photo "d" indicates where the lesion was prior to treatment. It is difficult to distinguish where the cancer once was. These photographs demonstrate the excellent cosmetic result of BEC5 Cream.
These are photographs evidencing basal cell carcinoma over the left eye of a patient before (photo "a"), during (photo "b"), and after BEC5 Cream treatment (photo "c"). Careful application of BEC5 Cream was required to ensure that the cream did not enter the eye. During BEC5 Cream therapy, the distinct tumor can be seen surrounded by some inflammation. After treatment there was no trace of the basal cell carcinoma. Confirmation by histological analysis of the basal cell carcinoma before treatment (photo "d") and after treatment (photo "e") are shown. The total treatment period was 9 weeks. Clinical assessment 5 years post treatment revealed that there was no recurrence.
These are photographs of squamous cell carcinoma on the nose of a patient before (photo "a"), during (photo "b"), and after BEC5 Cream treatment (photo "c"). BEC5 Cream was applied for 5 weeks. Note the depth of the cancer as cartilage was exposed during treatment. The clinical diagnosis was confirmed histologically by punch biopsy (photo "d"). After completion of the therapy, histopathology determined that no residual cancer was present (photo "e"). Clinical assessment 5 years post treatment revealed that there was no recurrence.
In these sets of photographs, both patients were diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma. The first set of photographs evidences a female patient who was clinically diagnosed with BCC on the tip of her nose and documents her progress before treatment with BEC5 Cream (photo "1a"), during therapy with BEC5 Cream (photo "1b"), and after completion of therapy with BEC5 Cream (photo "1c"). The second set of photographs evidences a male patient who was diagnosed with BCC close to his eye and documents his progress before treatment (photo "2a"), during therapy (photo "2b"), and after completion of therapy with BEC5 Cream (photo "2c").
These are photographs of a patient diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma on the temple (photo "a"). This basal cell carcinoma had been surgically removed and skin grafts applied on two previous occasions, only to return. Four weeks of treatment with BEC5 Cream resulted in full regression (photo "b"). Note the cosmetic result. The clinical diagnosis was confirmed histologically by punch biopsy (photo "c"). After completion of the therapy, histopathology determined that no residual cancer was present (photo "d"). Clinical assessment 5 years post treatment revealed that there was no recurrence.
Notice: BEC5 Cream does not offer any medical advice and does not allege to be a provider of medical information. Just as with the start of any treatment or new supplement we recommend that all of our customers defer to the advice of their medical provider prior to starting the treatment.