What is Dermatend ?
Dermatend was an all-natural remedy to get rid of warts and moles. The Dermatend is the most effective, one of the safest and most inexpensive Warts and Moles Removal solution. Many people around the world have now removed their Warts and Moles by using the Dermatend.
Have you Got Moles,Skin Tags ?
Got an annoying mole that really stands out on your face or skin? Have a painful and embarrassing skin tag that just doesn’t want to go away? These are both frustrating and common issues that millions of people face. And, for the most part, there isn’t an easy solution for either one aside from cosmetic surgery. But one of the most effective treatments that actually remove these stubborn skin flaws and is affordable is Dermatend.
About the Product
Dermatend is an all-natural, topical gel that works to remove both moles and skin tags. This is one of the only products available that has been proven to be effective at getting rid of these particular skin conditions. In most cases, individuals would have to result in expensive cosmetic surgery to completely eradicate these problematic blemishes.
Skin tags are small, benign tumors that form on the skin and can be extremely painful. While it is possible to remove these yourself it can be a very painful process and leave gruesome scars on the skin afterward. With Dermatend you can simply apply the solution to the tag and wait for it to drop off, a much simpler and painless method.
Moles are a form of skin lesions that are considered benign but are often a sign that you will be more prone to the disease known as melanoma. These blemishes can occur both beneath and on top of the skin. Some can be mildly irritating while others won’t hurt at all. It is generally difficult to get rid of moles but DermaTend does the job quite well.
What is the Difference Between old and new Dermatend?
The 3 Most Common Types Of Skin Growths
In an age where beauty and physical perfection are valued highly, many people especially young girls, are being ridiculed and bullied because of skin problems such as unwanted acrochordons, moles and blemishes.
Moles, on the other hand, are growths on the skin that are colored brown or black. They can grow in any part of the body. Most moles appear during the first 30 years of a person’s life. By adulthood, a person gains 10-40 moles. Moles may change as the years pass by. They may grow darker due to exposure to the sun, during teen years or during pregnancy. Read More
Skin Tags: A skin tag is a small piece of soft hanging skin that may appear in any part of the body, especially areas where skin tend to rub with skin. Common areas for cutaneous tags are the eyelids, axillae or armpits, upper chest, neck, under the breasts and groin. Generally, a skin tag is non-cancerous. However, when repeatedly scratched, it might pose a threat. Read More
Seborrheic keratosis (seb-o-REE-ik care-uh-TOE-sis) is a common skin growth. It may seem worrisome because it can look like a wart, pre-cancerous skin growth (actinic keratosis), or skin cancer. Despite their appearance, seborrheic keratoses are harmless. Read More
The New Dermatend can remove any type of Moles, Skin Tags and can be used on any skin type.
How Does Dermatend Work?
The Dermatend is not a miracle cure, it just works! But how does it work? The dermatend works by chemically ablating the mole and skin tag from the top. In other words, the dermatend “destroys” the fat deposits of the skin.
As you apply the dermatend on your mole or skin tag you will feel a burning sensation. This is normal this burning sensation will only last 5 minutes. After that, the area where you applied the Dermatend will have whitened. Make sure you only apply the dermatend on the mole or skin tag and not on your healthy skin.
The Temporization of Dermatend
The Scabbing Process After the use of Dermatend
Solar lentigo is a harmless patch of darkened skin. It results from exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, which causes local proliferation of melanocytes and accumulation of melanin within the skin cells (keratinocytes). Solar lentigos or lentigines are very common, especially in people over the age of 40 years. Sometimes they are also known as an “old age spot” or “senile freckle”.
Acquired moles are moles that appear during childhood and adulthood. Most of these moles are benign and pose no risk, although sometimes they can turn into cancerous moles with age. This type of mole is the most common, and repeated sun exposure usually causes it.
ATYPICAL MOLES are unusual-looking benign (noncancerous) moles, also known as dysplastic nevi (the plural of “nevus,” or mole). Atypical moles may resemble melanoma, and people who have them are at increased risk of developing melanoma in a mole or elsewhere on the body.
Freckles are small brown spots on your skin, often in areas that get sun exposure. In most cases, freckles are harmless. They form as a result of overproduction of melanin, which is responsible for skin and hair color (pigmentation).