You can removed ugly age spots, even skin cancer, with a simple inexpensive store bought product called compound W.
Primarily, it is my advice that you seek after a Doctor’s recommendations as I did and make sure you understand what you are dealing with and know what you are doing before you try anything on your own.
I spoke to a dermatologist specialist because I had ugly age spots on my hands and one spot of skin canceron my arm called , Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC), the most common form of skin cancer. I told the Doctor I only wanted his advice on what I could do to treat it myself because I did not want to be charged for any treatment and be charged by the two to three other Doctors who would come into my room to look and give their advice.
I told the Doctor I planned to remove the age spots and skin cancer myself with compound W and asked him if he had ever heard of this to which he replied, yes. He went on to tell me I could successfully remove them using compound W as long as I got all the affected area. Thanks Doc.
Age spots are those ugly little brown spots that appear mostly on your hands, as you get older. I told myself I would rather have a small scar than an ugly crusty brown spot so I used compound W to remove them. Here is how I did it:
1) You can buy compound W at any local grocery store or pharmacy.
2) Do not use on your face. Use only on your hands and arms.
3) Apply directly to the spot making sure you cover the entire spot. You will feel a slight burning sensation and there is no need to worry it means the product is working.
4) Apply a new drop on each spot for approximately five days.
5) Peel off compound W and age spot will be gone.
6) Treat affected area with anti bacterial cream or Neosporin.
I had the lowest form of skin cancer, Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC), which was the size of a dime on my arm. I knew that Doctors usually froze off the affected area so I rationalized that I could do the exact same thing myself using compound W. Here is how I did it:
1) Apply directly to the affected area covering the entire spot.
2) Peel off the compound W every other or even every day and apply new compound W each time.
3) Repeat for three weeks.
4) Treat affected area with anti bacterial cream or Neosporin
Sure, I could have gone to the doctor and had the procedure done properly and had my insurance pay for it, after my $250 dollar deductible. I suppose to save time and money I decided to do it myself.
It has been over six months since I did this procedure. New skin grew back where my age spots use to be and my hands look so much better.
As far as the skin cancer goes, it is completely gone. A slight scar is hardly noticeable and I feel so much better knowing something like that is gone.
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