Natural Skin Care For Skin Cancer, Eczema, Psoriasis & Acne

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Skin Cancer Facts

Source:  American Cancer Society

  • Skin cancer is the most common of all forms of cancer. 
  • Skin Cancer Accounts for nearly half of all cancers in the United States.
  • More than two million skin cancers are diagnosed in the United States each year.

"FDA Approved" Drugs That Treat Skin Cancer

Source: Prescriber Information Sheets

Efudex- Generic Name Fluorouracil

Known Side Effects- Burning, Crusting, Allergic Contact Dermatitis, Erosions, Erythema, Hyperpigmentation, Irritation, Pain, Photosensitivity, Pruritus, Scarring, Rash, Soreness, Ulcerations, Miscarriages , Ventricular Septal Birth Defects, Leukocytosis, Emotional Upset, Insomnia, Irritability, Stomatitis, Eosinophilia, Thrombocytopenia, Toxic Granulation, Alopecia, Blistering, Bullous Phemphigoid, Discomfort, Ichthyosis, Scaling, Suppuration, Swelling, Telangiectasia, Tenderness and Urticaria.

Aldara- Generic Name Imiquimod

Known Side Effects- Application Site Reaction, Upper Resp Tract Infection, Sinusitis Headache, Carcinoma Squamous, Diarrhea, Eczema, Back Pain, Fatigue, Fibrillation, Atrial Infection, Viral Dizziness, Vomiting, Urinary Tract Infection, Fever, Rigors, Alopecia, Itching, Burning, Bleeding, Stinging, Pain, Induration, Tenderness, Irritation, Erythema, Flaking/Scaling/Dryness, Scabbing/Crusting, Edema, Erosion/Ulceration and Weeping/Exudate Vesicles.

Dermatreate is an All Natural Skin Ointment.

Read What Our Customers Have To Say About Dermatreate............

I am a 93 year old woman who has lived on the ocean much of my adult life.  My husband had shrimp boats which I spent a lot of time on.  Being a redhead, I was more susceptible to skin cancer, having had some 25 or 30 and many surgeries and plastic surgeries over the years at the Medical University of South Carolina.  One of the worst surgeries was when I was 92 .  It was for a squamous cell on my left ankle.  I was laid up for about 6 weeks and had to have in-home nursing care during most of that time.

About 3 months ago, I heard that a local resident had something very effective in treating skin cancer, so I decided to try it.  I had 3 basal cells on my shoulder and 1 hideous-looking squamous cell on my right arm.  I had pretty much decided that I would not go back in for the pain and suffering of any more surgeries.  So, I started using what was to become Dermatreate on my cancers, one at a time.  It took about 7 or 8 days total for each of the basal cells and about 2 weeks for the squamous cells.  Additionally, where the basal cell had been on my right arm, I decided to rub Dermatreate   on where the squamous had been and along a stretch of my forearm about a foot long.  My skin had been especially dry and scaly.  I believe this was caused by having been treated by Drs. and given radiation for another form of cancer.  After putting the Dermatreate on my forearm one time, I would say there was 50-75% improvement in the appearance of my skin.  

My in-home care giver has a 5 year old grandson that was diagnosed a very itchy eczema on his neck.  After rubbing on Dermatreate one evening, the itching stopped immediately, and by the next morning all the redness was gone. 

Those around me and I can't say enough good things about Dermatreate.  I would highly recommend that anyone with skin cancer or some other skin problems or rashes give it a try!!

-E. Murphy

Moncks Corner, SC

Sometime around February 2010, I went for my semiannual checkup for skin cancer with the dermatologists at the VA Hospital in Charleston, SC They had previously diagnosed and removed one melanoma on my back, several basal cells and  squamous carcinoma cells around my neck, face and chest and right arm. One under my right eye also required plastic surgery.

On this visit, they saw two suspicious items, biopsied them, and called me to  say that he one on my leg was a squamous cell, and the one on top of my head in my hair was a basal cell.

About two days later, I came in touch with a man who said he had a cure for skin cancer that had been used in his wife's family and passed down for generations.  Without revealing the formula at that time, I was invited to try it.  I applied it topically to the two biopsied skin cancers and both appeared to be healing as the man had described they would, if they were cancers.  The squamous cell on my leg, to which I had applied the formula, covered with a bandaid, and changed twice daily, started to have a pus-like substance drawn out of it after two or three days.  This process continued for another ten days and then ceased.  After the pus stopped, I used th formla another day and then quit applying.

The basal cell on my scalp, which I could not see, to which I did not apply bandaid because of my hair stopped bleeding in two or three days.   (I should have shaved the area in order to follow the directions precisely)  According to my aunt, it seemed to be gone in about eight or nine days. 

A few days later, I was able to get the VA hospital to re-biopsy the two cancers.   The squamous cell cancer had no cancerous cells remaining and the basal cell (which I had not applied as directed due to the hair on my scalp) had just a few cells remaining that were eliminated by the second biopsy.  Of the other people that have used the formula so far, 100% appear to have been cured.


-R. Brown

Moncks Corner, SC

In March of 2010, Ray Brown gave me a skin cancer treatment formula to try on two spots on my body that I thought might be cancerous.  I have a history of skin cancer for several years and am familiar with how they look, though it is always hard to be sure.  One of the spots on my arm appeared  to be completely cured after 14 days.  I could not even tell where the spot was located. I applied the formula to the spot, covered with a bandaid and changed it twice daily as Mr. Brown had suggested.  After three or four days, pus was drawn out of the cancerous spot that could clearly be seen each time the bandage was removed.  After about another ten days, the pus disappeared, and shortly thereafter the spot dried up completely.  During the treatment, when the pus was being drawn out, the spot flared up a little bit, but then diminished and stopped the flareup in a couple of days. 

On the second spot, I used the same formula and method, but nothing was drawn out of the spot.  This was consistent with what Mr. Brown had told me, which he was told by the family using this treatment for generations, if it is not skin cancer, nothing will be drawn out--only a skin cancer will be positively effected by this treatment.   Mr. Brown recommended that I stay under a doctor's care to check out all such spots, which I have been doing for many years anyway.

-W. Johnson  

Summerville, SC

Dermatreate Application Directions

Introductory Remarks:

Dermatreate has received 100% positive feedback from our customers concerning their experience using Dermatreate for the following conditions: non-melanoma skin cancer, eczema, psoriasis, acne, ground itch (a condition contracted from walking in cow or pig pens with manure), and even the sting of a brown recluse spider.

The FDA does not allow us to call these results a cure, so we will not attempt to do this. Instead, we will define it as a positive improvement in the appearance of these skin conditions. Our website contains a few of the testimonials relative to Dermatreate. 100% of these people state that they believe their skin problems to be cured or at least to be significantly improved by Dermatreate. While we have not had any feedback yet, we believe Dermatreate may be very effective with other conditions as well, such as Dandruff, Rosacea and Candidas. As of the writing of this document, we anxiously await feedback in those areas.

So many positive improvements have been witnessed by users of Dermatreate on their non-melanoma skin cancers that we offer a 100% money back guarantee of satisfaction when used for non-melanoma skin cancers.

Application Directions

Skin Cancer-

Apply Dermatreate topically to skin cancer, cover with a bandage. Change every 12 hours, cutting hair as needed on areas where the hair may interfere. If the suspicious mole is a skin cancer, you should begin to see a discharge of pus in 1 to 3 days. The pus should continue to be drawn from the affected area for 7 to 9 days with a basal cell cancer, and two weeks with a squamous cell cancer. To be thorough, continue to apply Dermatreate two days after discharge ceases. When pus stops, a positive improvement is believed to have occurred. Oftentimes, Dermatreate customers have reported they were unable to tell where their cancers had been.

* Dermatreate recommends that you stay under a doctors care at all times while you have or suspect that you may have a cancer. Dermatreate has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.