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BEC5 cream, also known as Curaderm, is effective on benign tumours such as sun spots, age spots, Keratoses and Keratocanthmoas.
BEC5 is effective on sun spots (keratosis) and other kinds of persistent skin irregularities: Proven in numerous published studies over many years, (please Google for details), BEC5 can prevent invasive surgery.
Why take BEC5 Curaderm Cream?
The BEC5 cream contains active ingredient, Solasodine Glycosides, derived from eggplant and a less well-known plant from Australasia, the Devil’s Apple.
After two decades of research, the biochemist Dr Bill Cham discovered that the natural cream works by stripping away a sugar called Rhamnose which is not found on healthy cells. After this has happened the immune system induces apoptosis and removes the unhealthy cell.
BEC5 has been proven to be effective on keratosis (sun spots) and even age spots, often removing them within days. However, to discover what else it can do one has to read Dr. Cham’s book ‘the cancer cure.’
Note: BEC5 should not be used on moles.
Using the cream is extremely simple. Clean the area concerned with a mild antiseptic, (we recommend Hibiclens®) then dry and apply the BEC5 thickly over the area. Do this twice a day and cover it with a micro-pore dressing (to keep it moist).
Below is a selection of the most commonly asked questions on BEC5.
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Disclaimer: Please consult a physician to determine any precise medical needs; these answers are merely here to provide information based on published resources.
1. I’ve noticed swelling and redness around the areas I’ve applied BEC5, is this normal?
This is more than likely a reaction to any antiseptic you’re using rather than the cream itself. It’s important that the affected area on your body is cleansed with antiseptic before applying BEC5.
2. How long will it take for me to see worthwhile results?
Typical treatment periods can include 8 to 12 weeks of applying the cream twice a day. The length of time will differ depending on a number of factors, including the area’s location and the severity of its condition.
3. Are there any precautions I should take when applying Curaderm cream?
Ensure you keep treated areas constantly moist. This can be done by keeping said area out of direct contact with sunlight. Be sure to wash your hands thoroughly before and after applying the cream.
4. Can I cover the areas that I apply BEC5 cream to?
Yes, a micropore dressing can be used to cover areas that the BEC5 cream has been applied to, and should be changed after each application, at least twice a day.
5. Can Curaderm cream be applied to all areas of the body?
BEC5 can successfully be used on all areas of the body, but issues can arise when these zones are located on or in proximity to areas that emanate liquid, such as the eyes or mouth. Wet zones, like the inside of the mouth, will require extra application, and may take longer to heal. If not cared for properly, the BEC5 may falter in particularly liquid-heavy spots.
To see BEC5 Curaderm in action, watch the video above made by one of our customers which follows their progress through a full course of treatment with the cream.
A 20 ml. bottle of BEC5 can provide enough material to treat one large skin cancer, two medium sized ones, six small ones or twelve sun spots. Please note BEC5 shouldn’t be applied to moles, melanomas or used by those allergic to Aspirin.
Curaderm / BEC5 Cream 20ml
Side-stepping the need for invasive surgery, curaderm cream is a highly effective treatment for the most common types of skin cancer. Regressing non-melanoma skin cancers like Basal cell carcinomas (BCC) and Squamous cell carcinomas (SCC), bec5 also works as a sun spot cream, treating age spots, keratoses and keratocanthmoas.
With a remarkable plant extract at its heart, curaderm cream is easy to apply – simply rubbed in to the skin at the site of the skin cancer. Bec5 has been praised globally by leading doctors and skin experts as a versatile skin cancer treatment that does away with the need for the surgeon’s knife.
What does BEC5 contain?
BEC5 cream (20g) contains the active anticancer ingredient Solasodine Glycosides (BEC). It also contains Salicyclic Acid and Urea at relatively high concentrations that assist BEC to kill cancer cells. Salicyclic Acid Urea may irritate the skin.
What is BEC5 used for
This medicine is used to treat areas if the skin that may have become discoloured, thickened or scaly as a result of exposure to sun (UV) light. These areas of the skin are known as keratoses. This medicine is also been clinically shown to be very effective to treat malignant skin cancers such as the non-melanoma basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC).
Before you use BEC5
Tell your health professional if you have allergies to any other medicines, foods, preservatives or drugs. The anticancer ingredient BEC is present in eggplant, so if you are allergic to eggplant, let your health professional know before you use BEC5. Do not use this medicine if you are allergic to aspirin.
Not to be used on children under 12 years without doctor’s advice. BEC5 should be stored below 25 degrees C. Keep out of Reach of Children.
Areas being treated with BEC5 should remain covered with a dressing such as a micro pore.
BEC5 should not be applied to moles or melanomas.
How to use BEC5
Follow all information given by your health professional carefully. They may be slightly different from the information contained in this leaflet. If you do not understand the directions for use ask your health professional for help.
How to use BEC5
BEC5 is used only to treat external areas of the skin. Scientific published work and trials carried out by many dermatologists (skin specialists) show clearly how the BEC5 treats keratosis, BCC and SCC. The treatment areas may be characterized by swelling, thickening, redness or lesions. Care should be taken NOT to apply BEC5 cream to the unaffected areas. Areas near the eyes or lips should be treated very carefully. BEC5 should be used at least twice daily but may also be used up to ten times daily. It is important to always cover the treated area with dressing such as a micro pore. DO NOT let the area being treated dry out. The area should be treated until it has re-grown with new skin.
Before each application
How much BEC5 to use
Depending on the size of the area to be treated, between approximately 0.1 and 0.5g of cream may be required for each treatment. The total area of skin treated with BEC5 should not exceed 25cm squared at any one time. If larger areas require treatment extra care should be taken.
When to use it and what to expect
BEC5 should be used at least twice daily. In most cases some degree of redness and swelling will be observed during treatment. Tingling or some pain may be experienced for 30 to 60 minutes after each application, this is a normal reaction.
When BEC5 is used the following pattern of response can be anticipated. First reddening, then usually erosion, ulceration and decline of the treated unwanted skin cells followed by re-growth of normal skin tissue. During treatment the lesion may appear worse before treatment. This is because BEC seeks out and destroys the cancer cells that are not visible with the bare eyes.
How long to use BEC5
A usual treatment regime will last for 7 to 60 days, depending on the number of applications per day and on the individual’s sensitivity. When the swelling in the area subsides and the treated skin appears normal, the treatment should be discontinued and the redness will gradually fade. On occasion it may be necessary to prolong the treatment regime. If in doubt it is better to treat the area for an extended period in order to prevent re-occurrence. In this case, the treatment should continue until such time as the lesion has re-grown with new tissue.
If you forget to use BEC5
It is important to ensure a regular treatment regime. Multiple skipped treatments may result in growth of normal skin over the top of the lesion. This can result in masking and thus the incomplete, treatment of the lesion. IF you inadvertently forget to use BEC5, you should recommence using BEC5 at least twice daily, or as originally directed.
If you use too much
Wipe away any excess and then wash BEC5 cream from the affected areas using soap and water.
If swelling, irritation, pain or redness is prolonged, distressing or excessive- seek your health professional’s advice. If you experience any other effects that you believe may be associated with the use of this cream you should also discuss these symptoms with your health professional.
Disclaimer: This product and its statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease.
The above information is the translation of the manufacturer's insert. It is provided under the supplying company's terms and conditions and should not replace the advice of your personal physician.