Linda Vista, CA (PRWEB) May 01, 2013
Cosmetic surgery is on the rise, with Americans spending over $10 billion on procedures in 2011. As we’re surrounded by images of glamorous celebrities and models, it seems that all over the world, people are feeling less than perfect and willing to spend money to address this.
Skin tags, warts and moles can seriously affect people’s confidence. But with an average trip to the dermatologist for the removal of a mole costing anything up to $500, it’s no wonder that people are turning to home remedies in today’s tough economic climate.
New research out today, by AwesomeAllDay.com Reviews, tests Dermatend, a Tag & Mole remover which has gained a dedicated following of nearly 100,000 users.
Product Analyst Lisa King strongly recommends, “that you purchase from the Official Dermatend.com site to ensure an genuine product, as counterfeits may be for sale on third-party websites.”
Dermatend uses natural ingredients including Sanguinaria Canadensis, or “bloodroot” which has been used in the removal of warts since the colonial days, and zinc butter, which has disinfectant properties. Scarring is kept to a minimum by the highly localized application of the cream, whilst the body regenerates fresh, clear new skin.
Ms. King believes that the success of the product is down to its price and rapid results. “I tested the cream on a couple of blemishes that my husband wished to have removed. Although we couldn't really see a difference during the five or so days that I was applying it, on the sixth day the results were dramatic.”
The cream, which works by permeating the blemish after the gentle scratching off of the top layer, deadens the mole, tag or wart and forms a scab, which after a few applications, falls off to leave new skin underneath. It goes deep into the root and, whilst the scab forms, the body removes the entire mole without damaging the surrounding tissue.
“While we could initially still see a red mark where the mole was, this quickly settled down and after a week or two, there was no visible scar,” continued King. “We tried it on other blemishes and found that it is definitely more effective on raised moles as oppose to flat moles. But generally, the results were outstanding, and a fraction of the cost of a dermatologist or cosmetic surgery procedure.”
Dermatend, which claims to have removed over a quarter of a million moles, tags and warts, offers a 60-day money-back guarantee in the event that users aren't satisfied. It is not suitable for cancerous or suspicious moles, and should only be used on moles that have been classified by a dermatologist as safe for removal.