Instructions

INSTRUCTIONS

Product Use Instruction

 

 

 

 Removing Warts Using DeWart Cream

To effectively treat and remove all types of warts, follow the instructions on the proper use of DeWart Cream.

1.      Open the single-use pack of DeWart Cream.

a. Stir the cream thoroughly when you are ready to use it. 

b. If DeWart Cream is a little dry, a few small drops of distilled water will bring back its creamy consistency.

2.      Disinfect and clean warts with antibacterial cleansing solution or wash warts with soap and water.

3.      Lightly scratch the warts with a sterile needle or a toothpick. 

a. Scratching the skin will make the cream penetrate the warts better.   But for stubborn and thick-layered warts like common hand warts and plantar warts, soak the wart-infected skin in lukewarm water for about 20 to 30 minutes.  This will soften the     warts and makes it easier to scratch.

b. REMEMBER to scratch only the entire surface of the warts and not the skin around it.

c. DO NOT APPLY DeWart Cream in bleeding skin.  Wait for the bleeding to stop before the application of cream.

4.      Use the applicator stick to apply DeWart Cream.

a. Apply DeWart Cream in the entire surface of the warts.

b. DO NOT APPLY DeWart Cream in the skin surrounding the warts.  If you accidentally applied the cream in the surrounding skin, use a wet cotton swab to wipe off the cream or wash it off           with soap and water.

c. For certain types of warts, you will only need one (1) treatment of DeWart Cream but for stubborn and thick-layered warts, it might be necessary for you to have more than two (2)     DeWart Cream applications. 

d. For stubborn warts, repeat steps 2 to 6 for reapplication.   Repeating the application process will kill the roots of the warts. 

5.      Leave DeWart Cream for not less than 20 minutes to properly penetrate the warts. 

a.       A stinging sensation will tell you that DeWart Cream properly penetrated the warts.

b.      If you do not feel a stinging sensation, scratch a little harder and reapply DeWartCream.

c.      After application, warts will take on the color of dark brown or black and you will see swelling or redness in the skin around the warts. 

6.      After 15 to 20 minutes, wash off DeWart Cream using distilled water and cotton swab.

What should I expect and do after applying DeWart Cream?

1.      Use a cotton swab to dab antibacterial cleansing solution regularly after application of the cream.

2.      The warts will dry off and will form a scab not more than 48 hours after application of the cream. 

3.      Wait for at least 3 weeks for small to medium-sized warts to dry, scab and peel off naturally while it may take up to 5 weeks for large warts.  DO NOT prematurely remove the scab.  Let it dry and peel off naturally.

4.      After the scab has naturally peeled off, dab vitamin E oil or antibacterial solution to make healing faster.

5.     The skin, where the scab naturally fell off, will take on the color of red or pink.  At least 30 days after, your skin will take on its natural color while it takes a few months for other people to bring back the natural color of the skin.    

IMPORTANT!!!

1.      If using DeWart Cream with children, make sure that they have the patience to sit and wait until the application was complete.  Also make sure that they can tolerate the stinging sensation after the application of the cream.  Children under 18 years old need adult supervision before purchase and use of DeWart Cream.

2.      Keep DeWart Cream out of reach of children.

3.      DeWart Cream is for external use only.

4.      Thoroughly flush DeWart Cream with water if it accidentally gets into your eyes.  Consult a physician if eye irritation or discomfort persists. 

5.      If you easily develop keloids, see a physician first before using DeWart Cream. Using DeWart Cream will relatively leave no scarring in your skin but we DO NOT give 100% guarantee that it will leave no minor scar or blemish.   

Using DeWart Cream is relatively painless as compared to other wartsremoval treatment options.

 

 

 

 

Removing Moles Using DeMole Cream

To effectively treat and remove all types of moles, follow the instructions on the proper use of DeMole Cream. 

1.      Open the single-use pack of DeMole Cream.

a.      Stir the cream thoroughly when you are ready to use it. 

b.      If DeMole Cream is a little dry, a few small drops of distilled water will bring back its creamy consistency.

2.      Disinfect and clean mole with antibacterial cleansing solution or wash mole with soap and water.

3.      Lightly scratch the mole with a sterile needle or a toothpick. 

a.       Scratching the skin will make the cream penetrate the mole better.

b.       REMEMBER to scratch only the entire surface of the mole and not the skin around it.

c.       DO NOT apply DeMole Cream in bleeding skin.  Wait for the bleeding to stop before application.

4.      Use the applicator stick to apply DeMole Cream.

a.      Apply DeMole Cream in the entire surface of the mole.

b.      DO NOT apply DeMole Cream in the skin surrounding the mole.  If you accidentally applied the cream in surrounding skin, use a wet cotton swab to wipe off the cream or wash it off with soap and water.

c.      You will only need one (1) thin layer treatment of DeMole Cream for flat moles. 

d.      For raised and large moles, it might be necessary for you to have two (2) DeMole cream applications.  Repeat steps 2 to 6 for DeMole Cream reapplication.

5.      Leave DeMole Cream in your mole for about 15 to 20 minutes to properly penetrate the mole. 

a.      A stinging sensation will tell you that DeMole Cream properly penetrated the mole.

b.      If you do not feel a stinging sensation, scratch a little harder and reapply DeMole Cream.

c.     After application, your mole will take on the color of dark brown or black and you will see swelling or redness in the skin around the mole. 

6.      After 15 to 20 minutes, wash off DeMole Cream using distilled water and cotton swab.

What should I expect and do after applying DeMole Cream?

1.      Use a cotton swab to dab antibacterial cleansing solution regularly after application of the cream.

2.      The mole will dry off and will form a scab not more than 48 hours after application of the cream. 

3.      Wait for at least 3 weeks for small to medium-sized moles to dry, scab and peel off naturally.  It may take up to 5 weeks for large moles.  DO NOT prematurely remove the scab.  Let it dry and peel off naturally.

4.      After the scab has naturally peeled off, dab vitamin E oil or antibacterial solution to make healing faster.

5.      The skin where the scab naturally fell off will take on the color of red or pink.  After at least 30 days, your skin will take on its natural color while it takes a few months for other people.           

IMPORTANT!!!

1.      If using DeMole Cream with children, make sure that they have the patience to sit and wait until the application was complete.  Also make sure that they can tolerate the stinging sensation after the application of the cream.  Children under 18 years old need adult supervision before purchase and use of DeMole Cream.

2.      Keep DeMole Cream out of reach of children.

3.      DeMole Cream is for external use only.

4.      Thoroughly flush DeMole Cream with water if it accidentally gets into your eyes.  Consult a physician if eye irritation or discomfort persists. 

5.      If you easily develop keloids, see a physician first before using DeMole Cream. Using DeMole Cream will relatively leave no scarring in your skin but we DO NOT give 100% guarantee that it will leave no minor scar or blemish.   

Using DeMole Cream is relatively painless as compared to other mole removal treatment options.

 

 

 

 

 Removing Genital Warts Using DeGen Cream

 

               If you are removing genital warts like vaginal warts and penile warts, you need to use a good product like DeGen.  To effectively treat and remove genital warts using DeGen Cream, carefully follow the instructions.

 

1.      Open the single-use pack of DeGen Cream.

a.      Stir the cream thoroughly when you are ready to use it. 

b.      If DeGen Cream is a little dry, a few small drops of distilled water will bring back its creamy consistency.

2.      Disinfect and clean genital warts with antibacterial cleansing solution or wash genital warts with soap and water.

3.      Lightly scratch genital warts with a sterile needle or a toothpick. 

a.      Scratching the skin will make the cream penetrate the genital warts better.   For stubborn and thick-layered genital warts soak the wart-infected skin in lukewarm water to soften the warts and make it easier to scratch.

b.      REMEMBER to scratch only the entire surface of the genital warts and not the skin around it.

c.      DO NOT apply DeGenCreamin bleeding skin.  Wait for the bleeding to stop before the application of cream.

4.      Use the applicator stick to apply DeGen Cream.

a.       Apply DeGen Cream in the entire surface of the genital warts.

b.      DO NOT apply DeGen Cream in the skin surrounding the genital warts.  If you accidentally applied the cream in the surrounding skin, use a wet cotton swab to wipe off the cream or wash it off with soap and water.

c.      For some genital warts, you will only need one (1) treatment of DeGen Cream but for stubborn and thick-layered warts, it might be necessary for you to have more than two (2) DeGen Cream applications.     

d.      You need to repeat steps 2 to 6 for reapplication especially for larger genital warts.   Repeating the application process will kill the roots of the warts and remove genital warts effectively.

5.      Leave DeGen Cream for not less than 20 minutes to properly penetrate the genital warts. 

a.      A stinging sensation will tell you that DeGen Cream properly penetrated the warts.

b.      If you do not feel a stinging sensation, scratch a little harder and reapply DeGen Cream.

c.      After application, your warts will take on the color of dark brown or black and you will see swelling or redness in the skin around the genital warts. 

6.      After 15 to 20 minutes, wash off DeGen Cream using distilled water and cotton swab.

What should I expect and do after applying DeGen Cream?

1.      Use a cotton swab to dab antibacterial cleansing solution regularly after application of the cream.

2.      The warts will dry off and will form a scab not more than 48 hours after application of the cream. 

3.      Wait for at least 3 weeks for small to medium-sized genital warts to dry, scab and peel off naturally while it may take up to 5 weeks for large warts.  DO NOT prematurely remove the scab.  Let it dry and peel off naturally.

4.      After the scab has naturally peeled off, dab vitamin E oil or antibacterial solution to make healing faster.

5.      The skin, where the scab naturally fell off, will take on the color of red or pink.  At least 30 days after, your skin will take on its natural color while it takes a few months for other people to bring back the natural color of the skin.    

IMPORTANT!!!

1.     If using DeGen Cream with children, make sure that they have the patience to sit and wait until the application was complete.  Also make sure that they can tolerate the stinging sensation after the application of the cream.  Children under 18 years old need adult supervision before purchase and use of DeGen Cream.

2.      Keep DeGen Cream out of reach of children.

3.      DeGen Cream is for external use only.

4.      If DeGen Cream accidentally gets into your eyes, thoroughly flush it with water.  If eye irritation or discomfort persists, immediately consult a physician. 

5.      If you easily develop keloids, see a physician first before using DeGen Cream. Using DeGen Cream will relatively leave no scarring in your skin but we DO NOT give 100% guarantee that it will leave no minor scar or blemish.   

6.      Using DeGen Cream is relatively painless as compared to other genital warts removal treatment options. 

7.      Since genital warts are caused by certain strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV), genital warts may come back.  So, visit your physician to avoid greater health risks. 

 

 

 

Removing Syringoma, Milia, Molluscum Contagiosum, Fat Deposits and Other Tiny PapulesUsing DeSyringoma Cream

To effectively treat and remove syringoma, milia, molluscum contagiosum, fat deposits and other tiny papules using DeSyringoma Cream, follow the instructions to safely and effectively make your skin flawlessly beautiful.   

1.      Open the single-use pack of DeSyringoma Cream.

a.       Stir the cream thoroughly when you are ready to use it. 

b.      If DeSyringoma Cream is a little dry, a few small drops of distilled water will bring back its creamy consistency.

2.      Disinfect and clean syringoma, milia, molluscum contagiosum, fat deposits and other tiny papuleswith antibacterial cleansing solution or wash it with soap and water.

3.      Lightly scratch syringoma, milia, molluscum contagiosum, fat deposits and other tiny papuleswith a sterile needle or a toothpick. 

a.      Scratching the skin will make the cream penetrate the syringoma, milia, molluscum contagiosum, fat deposits and other tiny papulesbetter.

b.      REMEMBER to scratch only the entire surface of syringoma, milia, molluscum contagiosum, fat deposits and other tiny papulesand not the skin around it.

c.      DO NOT apply DeSyringoma Cream in bleeding skin.  Wait for the bleeding to stop before application.

4.      Use the applicator stick to apply DeSyringoma Cream.

a.       Apply DeSyringoma Cream in the entire surface of syringoma, milia, molluscum contagiosum, fat deposits and other tiny papules.

b.      DO NOT apply DeSyringoma Cream in the skin surrounding the syringoma, milia, molluscum contagiosum, fat deposits and other tiny papules.  If you accidentally applied the cream in surrounding skin, use a wet cotton swab to wipe off the cream or wash it off with soap and water.

5.      Leave DeSyringoma Cream for about 15 to 20 minutes to properly penetrate it. 

a.       A stinging sensation will tell you that DeSyringoma Cream properly penetrated the syringoma, milia, molluscum contagiosum, fat deposits and other tiny papules.

b.      If you do not feel a stinging sensation, scratch a little harder and reapply DeSyringoma Cream.

c.     After application, syringoma, milia, molluscum contagiosum, fat deposits and other tiny papules will take on the color of dark brown or black and you will see swelling or redness in the skin around the syringoma, milia, molluscum contagiosum, fat deposits and other tiny papules. 

6.      After 15 to 20 minutes, wash off DeSyringoma Cream using distilled water and cotton swab.

What should I expect and do after applying DeSyringoma Cream?

1.      Use a cotton swab to dab antibacterial cleansing solution regularly after application of the cream.

2.      The syringoma, milia, molluscum contagiosum, fat deposits and other tiny papuleswill dry off and will form a scab not more than 48 hours after application of the cream. 

3.      Wait for at least 3 weeks for small to medium-sized syringoma, milia, molluscum contagiosum, fat deposits and other tiny papulesto dry, scab and peel off naturally.  It may take up to 5 weeks for large syringoma, milia, molluscum contagiosum, fat deposits and other tiny papules.  DO NOT prematurely remove the scab.  Let it dry and peel off naturally.

4.      After the scab has naturally peeled off, dab vitamin E oil or antibacterial solution to make healing faster.

5.      The skin where the scab naturally fell off will take on the color of red or pink.  After at least 30 days, your skin will take on its natural color while it takes a few months for other people.           

IMPORTANT!!!

1.      If using DeSyringoma Cream with children, make sure that they have the patience to sit and wait until the application was complete.  Also make sure that they can tolerate the stinging sensation after the application of the cream.  Children under 18 years old need adult supervision before purchase and use of DeSyringoma Cream.

2.      Keep DeSyringomaCreamout of reach of children.

3.      DeSyringoma Creamis for external use only.

4.      Thoroughly flush DeSyringoma Cream with water if it accidentally gets into your eyes.  Consult a physician if eye irritation or discomfort persists. 

5.      If you easily develop keloids, see a physician first before using DeSyringomaCream. Using DeSyringoma Cream will relatively leave no scarring in your skin but we DO NOT give 100% guarantee that it will leave no minor scar or blemish.   

 

 

 Removing Xanthelasma Using DeXanthelasma Cream

To effectively treat and remove xanthelasma, follow the instructions on the proper use of DeXanthelasma Cream.  

1.      Open the single-use pack of DeXanthelasma Cream.

a.      Stir the cream thoroughly when you are ready to use it. 

b.      If DeXanthelasma Cream is a little dry, a few small drops of distilled water will bring back its creamy consistency.

2.      Disinfect and clean xanthelasma with antibacterial cleansing solution or wash xanthelasma with soap and water.

3.      Lightly scratch the xanthelasma with a sterile needle or a toothpick. 

a.      Scratching the skin will make the cream penetrate the xanthelasma better.

b.      REMEMBER to scratch only the entire surface of the xanthelasma and not the skin around it.

c.      DO NOT apply DeXanthelasma Cream in bleeding skin.  Wait for the bleeding to stop before application.

4.      Use the applicator stick to apply DeXanthelasma Cream.

a.      Apply DeXanthelasma Cream in the entire surface of the xanthelasma.

b.      DO NOT apply DeXanthelasma Cream in the skin surrounding the xanthelasma.  If you accidentally applied the cream in surrounding skin, use a wet cotton swab to wipe off the cream or wash it off with soap and water.

5.      Leave DeXanthelasma Cream in your xanthelasma for about 15 to 20 minutes to properly penetrate it. 

a.       A stinging sensation will tell you that DeXanthelasma Cream properly penetrated the xanthelasma.

b.      If you do not feel a stinging sensation, scratch a little harder and reapply DeXanthelasma Cream.

c.      After application, your xanthelasma will take on the color of dark brown or black and you will see swelling or redness in the skin around the xanthelasma. 

6.      After 15 to 20 minutes, wash off DeXanthelasma Cream using distilled water and cotton swab.

What should I expect and do after applying DeXanthelasma Cream?

1.      Use a cotton swab to dab antibacterial cleansing solution regularly after application of the cream.

2.      The xanthelasma will dry off and will form a scab not more than 48 hours after application of the cream. 

3.      Wait for at least 3 weeks for small to medium-sized xanthelasma to dry, scab and peel off naturally.  It may take up to 5 weeks for large xanthelasma.  DO NOT prematurely remove the scab.  Let it dry and peel off naturally.

4.      After the scab has naturally peeled off, dab vitamin E oil or antibacterial solution to make healing faster.

5.      The skin where the scab naturally fell off will take on the color of red or pink.  After at least 30 days, your skin will take on its natural color while it takes a few months for other people.           

IMPORTANT!!!

1.     If using DeXanthelasma Cream with children, make sure that they have the patience to sit and wait until the application was complete.  Also make sure that they can tolerate the stinging sensation after the application of the cream.  Children under 18 years old need adult supervision before purchase and use of DeXanthelasmaCream.

2.      Keep DeXanthelasma Cream out of reach of children.

3.      DeXanthelasma Cream is for external use only.

4.      Thoroughly flush DeXanthelasma Cream with water if it accidentally gets into your eyes.  Consult a physician if eye irritation or discomfort persists. 

5.     If you easily develop keloids, see a physician first before using DeXanthelasma Cream. Using DeXanthelasma Cream will relatively leave no scarring in your skin but we DO NOT give 100% guarantee that it will leave no minor scar or blemish.   

 

 

 Removing Keloids Using DeKeloid Cream

 

To effectively treat and remove the unsightly claw-like keloids, follow the instructions on the proper use of DeKeloid Cream.

1.      Open the single-use pack of DeKeloid Cream.

a.       Stir the cream thoroughly when you are ready to use it. 

b.      If DeKeloid Cream is a little dry, a few small drops of distilled water will bring back its creamy consistency.

2.      Disinfect and clean keloids with antibacterial cleansing solution or wash keloids with soap and water.

3.      Lightly scratch the keloids with a sterile needle or a toothpick. 

a.      Scratching the skin will make the cream penetrate the keloids better.   But for stubborn and thick-layered keloids, soak the the skin in lukewarm water for about 20 to 30 minutes.  This will soften the keloids and makes it easier to scratch.

b.      REMEMBER to scratch only the entire surface of the keloids and not the skin around it.

c.      DO NOT apply DeKeloidCreamin bleeding skin.  Wait for the bleeding to stop before the application of cream.

4.      Use the applicator stick to apply DeKeloid Cream.

a.      Apply DeKeloid Cream in the entire surface of the keloids.

b.      DO NOT apply DeKeloid Cream in the skin surrounding the keloids.  If you accidentally applied the cream in the surrounding skin, use a wet cotton swab to wipe off the cream or wash it off with soap and water.

c.      For certain types of keloids, you will only need one (1) treatment of DeKeloid Cream but for stubborn and thick-layered keloids, it might be necessary for you to have more than two (2) DeKeloid Cream applications. 

d.      For stubborn keloids, repeat steps 2 to 6 for reapplication.   Repeating the application process will remove keloids effectively. 

5.      Leave DeKeloid Cream for not less than 20 minutes to properly penetrate the keloids. 

a.      A stinging sensation will tell you that DeKeloid Cream properly penetrated the keloids.

b.      If you do not feel a stinging sensation, scratch a little harder and reapply DeKeloid Cream.

c.      After application, keloids will take on the color of dark brown or black and you will see swelling or redness in the skin around the keloids. 

6.      After 15 to 20 minutes, wash off DeKeloid Cream using distilled water and cotton swab.

What should I expect and do after applying DeKeloid Cream?

1.      Use a cotton swab to dab antibacterial cleansing solution regularly after application of the cream.

2.      The keloids will dry off and will form a scab not more than 48 hours after application of the cream. 

3.      Wait for at least 3 weeks for small to medium-sized keloids to dry, scab and peel off naturally while it may take up to 5 weeks for large keloids.  DO NOT prematurely remove the scab.  Let it dry and peel off naturally.

4.      After the scab has naturally peeled off, dab vitamin E oil or antibacterial solution to make healing faster.

5.      The skin, where the scab naturally fell off, will take on the color of red or pink.  At least 30 days after, your skin will take on its natural color while it takes a few months for other people to bring back the natural color of the skin.    

IMPORTANT!!!

1.      If using DeKeloid Cream with children, make sure that they have the patience to sit and wait until the application was complete.  Also make sure that they can tolerate the stinging sensation after the application of the cream. Children under 18 years old need adult supervision before purchase and use of DeKeloid Cream.

2.      Keep DeKeloid Cream out of reach of children.

3.      DeKeloid Cream is for external use only.

4.      Thoroughly flush DeKeloid Cream with water if it accidentally gets into your eyes.  Consult a physician if eye irritation or discomfort persists. 

5.      See a physician first before using DeKeloid Cream especially if you are prone to develop scars or keloids. Using DeKeloid Cream will relatively leave no scarring in your skin but we DO NOT give 100% guarantee that it will leave no minor scar or blemish.   

Using DeKeloid Cream is relatively painless as compared to other keloids removal treatment options.

 

 

Removing Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC) Using DeBCC Cream

To effectively treat and remove basal cell carcinoma, follow the instructions on the proper use of DeBCC Cream.

1.      Open the single-use pack of DeBCC Cream.

a.      Stir the cream thoroughly when you are ready to use it. 

b.      If DeBCC Cream is a little dry, a few small drops of distilled water will bring back its creamy consistency.

2.      Disinfect and clean skin area affected with basal cell carcinoma using an antibacterial cleansing solution or wash affected area with soap and water.

3.      Use the applicator stick to apply DeBCC Cream.

a.      Apply DeBCC Cream in the entire surface of the affected skin.

b.      DO NOT apply DeBCC Cream in the skin surrounding the basal cell carcinoma.  If you accidentally applied the cream in the surrounding skin, use a wet cotton swab to wipe off the cream or wash it off with soap and water.

c.      You will only need more than two (2) DeBCC Cream applications or a series of basal cell carcinoma treatments for a couple of weeks of even months depending on the size of the affected area.  

4.      Leave DeBCC Cream for not less than 20 minutes to properly penetrate the affected skin. 

a.      A stinging sensation will tell you that DeBCC Cream properly penetrated the affected skin.

b.      If you do not feel a stinging sensation, reapply DeBCC Cream.

c.      After application, affected skin will take on the color of dark brown or black and you will see swelling or redness in the surrounding skin. 

5.      After 15 to 20 minutes, wash off DeBCC Cream using distilled water and cotton swab.

What should I expect and do after applying DeBCCCream?

1.      Use a cotton swab to dab antibacterial cleansing solution regularly after application of the cream.

2.      After several treatments, the affected skin will dry off and will form a scab.   DO NOT prematurely remove the scab.  Let it dry and peel off naturally.

3.      After the scab has naturally peeled off, dab vitamin E oil or antibacterial solution to make healing faster.

4.      The skin, where the scab naturally fell off, will take on the color of red or pink. 

 

IMPORTANT!!!

1.      If using DeBCC Cream with children, make sure that they have the patience to sit and wait until the application was complete.  Also make sure that they can tolerate the stinging sensation after the application of the cream.  DeBCC Cream is for physician’s use only. 

2.      Keep DeBCC Cream out of reach of children.

3.      DeBCC Creamis for external use only.

4.      Thoroughly flush DeBCC Cream with water if it accidentally gets into your eyes.  Consult a physician if eye irritation or discomfort persists. 

5.      Using DeBCC Cream is relatively painless as compared to other skin cancer treatment options. 

6.      Using DeBCC Cream does not guarantee the cure of basal cell carcinoma.  Using DeBCC Cream only treats and superficially removes skin cancer to stop it from further deteriorating your skin. 

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These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


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