5 Sep

BEC5 cream is a successful treatment for skin cancer without surgery

Bec5 cream also known as curaderm is an easy and successful non-melanoma skin cancer treatment. Curaderm cream is applied topically and externally therefore making it particularly powerful when applied over Basal cell carcinomas.

BEC5 contains a specially purified plant extract which makes it not only effective on Squamous cell carcinomas ( SCC ) or on Basal cell carcinomas ( BCC ) but also on benign tumours such as age spots, keratoses, sun spots and Keratocanthmoas.

Taken from the plant Solanum Sodomaeum which is discovered in Australasia, this plant contains Solasodine Glycosides an important extract and is also found in minute quantities in the eggplant and aubergine.

Solasodine Glycosides has been established as an extremely useful treatment for cancerous skin conditions and as a result is included in , a renowned sun spot and age spot cream that can treat skin cancer at the root.

Regressing non-melanoma skin cancers

Over 80,000 people have been estimated as using BEC5 cream and this is still increasing as more people switch to non-invasive treatment. Clinical trials carried out on in Great Britain and Australia have researched and proven its ability to treat and regress it.

A particular study concerning 72 patients who were treated with curaderm cream saw regression in all the lesions that had been treated (29 SCCs, 56 actinic keratoses, 39 BCCs). The results revealed 100% were healed after just 1-13 weeks of treatment.

Citings have been made by dermatologists at the Royal London Hospital on BEC5’s efficacy as being -safe and effective’ and also as a perfect therapy for outpatient treatment. This is thanks to BEC5 being cost effective and multipurpose. About 95% of is not a Melanoma form and through extracting the need for expensive and invasive operations it makes the treatment a highly useful one for primary and secondary skin cancers.