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Posted - 06/16/2013 :  06:21:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

My success story using Cansema (Amazon Skin Cream). After 8 excision and many cryogenic treatments, I began using Cansema 7years ago. I have been very pleased with the results. Recently I was diagnosed with one on my right eye lid. Everyone said not to use it on my eye. The eye Specialist booked me in to undergo eye surgery ($3000). I chose to be very careful and proceed to use what I knew to be successful. Using the end of a matchstick, and holding my lid down I applied only a very small amount of black cream. Then leaving it on for only a minute or two, I carefully washed it off. I knew it was working, and suffered very little discomfort. Within hours it did its job, the next day a small scab formed. Five days latter the scab came off, leaving a small divot . It was gone and I have saved myself a lot of potentiial harm, and kept my eye in contact. If you look at the photo, my eyebrow was twice operated on for BSC. and it still came back. I put a stop to that by applying Cansema at both ends.
Please be very careful when using the black cream on soft facial tissue.I learnt that it dose not need to be left on for very long (not like harder thicker skin elsewhere).
I hope through my experience in using Cansema on delicate skin, this knowledge will become more widely known amongst users and potientlonaly newcomers.
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Small scab formed

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88.72 KBDay after scab came out.
Also notice prior scared eyebrow after two excision s carried out by well meaning doctor.


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Posted - 06/16/2013 :  08:46:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

You bring up an interesting thought... 24 hours is the recommended time to leave the application on..Some say do it twice... I've done both ways..both "get the reaction" and cause a lot of pain and swelling...and you kill either all or a good portion of the lesion.

I am curious if 5 minutes is enough..certainly on small ones it might just be...

Please keep us updated on this...and if you try this method on other ones....

The little dab and the few minutes application is very interesting..may try this myself on a smaller one of my trouble spots..
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Posted - 06/18/2013 :  06:54:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thank you Anivoc for your comments, with regard to your query about the minimal time I needed for Cansema to work. I have always left the product on for 24 hours, but around your eyes is usually a no go area. I did blink once and I had to immediately wash it out. No harm was done. So holding the eyelid down I tried again. My eye watered , with tears washing away most of the black cream, and so it was no longer than 5 minutes before I washed it all off. But I noticed that a small stain coated the BCC, which I believed did the trick. As skin around the eyes is extremely delicate, it heals very quickly and so needs only a very small amount of cream to work
I do not recommend anyone to do this process, but I am glad I tried it. I hope this added information helps if you go ahead and try it yourself on tender facial skin, like that around your eyes or even your lips.
With regards to lips, a friend of mine who uses Cansema regularly , told me a story of a dog which had a cancerous sore on its lip. A smear of Cansema was applied, which was quickly removed. It was repeated again with the same result, but a week latter a scab came off and the lip was healed. So this confirmed to me that what I had done was nothing new when it comes to treatment of delicate skin cancers.
At the moment my eyelid BCC has been treated successfully . I will keep you up to date if more problems arise in the future. I know that many more BCC will plague me in the years to come, but with a product like Cansema available I have no need to rely on expensive medical treatment.
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Posted - 06/19/2013 :  04:09:46  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Very glad to hear of your success Nunga48. I also have a BCC on my lower eyelid and have just tried iodine and Petty Spurge with limited success - the PS has dealt with the outer BCC but has not touched the inner BCC which is on the inside of the eyelid in the same position as the outer one (see my posts on the Petty Spurge thread).

Did your BCC have an inner component or was it only on the outer surface? I have thought about using Black Salve but have dismissed it as being too severe and did not want the edge of my eyelid eroded away by a big pit. Your experience makes me hopeful.

Any idea what type of BCC you had? There are pics of different types at the site below.
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