Curaderm-BEC5, is a topical cream containing the mixture of the natural glycoalkaloids extract solasodine glycosides (BEC). BEC is a compound obtained initially from an Australian plant called Devil’s Apple. It’s also found in eggplant and green pepper which is known as solanaceous plants. Now, BEC is widely used to treat different types of skin cancer.
What is BCC?
A basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is a type of skin cancer. There are two main types of skin cancer: melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer. BCC is a non-melanoma skin cancer and is the most widespread variety of skin cancer. It is the malignant tumor that rarely spreads to distant sites (metastasizes) which mainly affects Caucasians.
Why Customers Choose Curaderm-BEC5 Cream Over Surgeries?
- It is an ideal therapy for skin cancer.
- It is clinically proven for all types of Non-Melanoma skin cancer.
- It is cosmetically effective.
- It lowers the percentage of recurrence.
- It is safe to use.
Curaderm-BEC5 destroys cancer cells without affecting the normal cells. Curaderm-BEC5 treats the Cancer on the surface of the skin tissue and the deep penetrating delivery cream allows the active to penetrate the skin and attack the whole cancer.
Treat skin cancer the natural way with BEC5 Curaderm Cream
Over the last few decades, medical research has been done to show the evidence of Curaderm-BEC5 as a safe and effective skin cancer treatment.
BEC5 Curaderm cream is capable of eating away at cancerous cells. These nonmelanoma skin cancers Squamous cell carcinoma and Basal cell carcinoma, represent 90% of all skin cancers. Dermatologists recommend BEC5 for total removal of cancer cells at all skin layers, down to the roots of the cancer cells.
Eliminating all traces means cancer NEVER comes back. Curaderm-BEC5 clinical results show zero recurrences after 10 years.
The cream can be applied easily and conveniently to BCCs in the manner of any topical treatment. It causes no damage to healthy skin cells and leaves no scarring.
How does Curaderm-BEC5 20ml cream work?
The active ingredient of BEC5 Curaderm cream is solasodine glycosides. This ingredient is found naturally in the Devil’s Apple and also in the aubergine, though in lesser quantities. The ingredient comes from rhamnose, a deoxy plant sugar that occurs completely naturally.
The cancer cells in BCC are known to have lectins that bind to sugars in their plasma membranes, which are not present in normal healthy cells. This means that BEC5 Curaderm cream is capable of binding with the cancerous cells exclusively at which point it delivers its second active ingredient – a cancer cell-destroying glycoalkaloid.
The application of the Curaderm-BEC 5 cream itself is very simple and this makes it suitable for all manner of non-melanoma skin cancers. It is believed to have potential in the treatment of malignant skin cancers as well.
The most attractive property of BEC Curaderm treatment is that it removes all traces of BCC in the majority of cases. It offers a long-term solution with side-effects that are usually no worse than a redness of the affected area that is quick to fade.