Mole Removal Cream Better Than Laser Mole Removal Says Dermatologist
Dermatology Digest -- Benjamin Barnett
“For the millions of people who suffer with moles and skin tags; the answer”-- according to Dermatologist Mark Conner, “is not a scalpel or laser light, but a natural mole removal product made from herbs.”
This is exciting news for anyone interested in removing moles, or skin tags from their body for cosmetic reasons. Dr. Conner, a Colorado Springs Dermatologist said, “I have removed hundreds of moles over the years, usually with a laser or scalpel, but I have had better results with a natural mole removal product we used in this study.” Conner said, “The herbs in this product penetrate the skin quickly, without acid, the test we made on this product were quite impressive”.
2000 patients tried a natural mole removal product in this independent study conducted by Dermatology Digest; at the same time 2000 other patients underwent routine mole removal treatments including, laser, freezing, burning, and cutting methods of mole removal.
IN-OFFICE: 28% of the patients who had their moles removed by in office procedures returned for a second visit for continued treatment, 52% had success with their procedures and would recommend it to others, and 20% reported, “they were unhappy with the results, and would not recommend it to their family or friends.”
MOLE REMOVAL PRODUCT: In this blind study, 2000 test subjects tried a natural mole remover www.nonevus.com –(NoNevus) ; 86% reported results within 24 hours, 13% within 12 hours, 1% reported results in 36 hours. 98% of the test subjects reported total success, and said, “They would recommend this product to their family” - the remaining (1.2%) - 24 out of 2000 patients - said the product did not work for them.
Dr. Conner, one of the dermatologists who took part in the study said, “The remarkable thing about this mole removal study, -- is almost everyone who used the natural treatment had total success with it, while the usual mole removal treatments were not so successful.”
Dr. Conner is only one of 20 doctors who participated in the study to remove moles. Conner suggested that “before anyone remove any mole, or skin tag, contact your doctor - first.” "Moles can become cancerous, so if your mole suddenly changes in color, or size, or if it becomes itchy, or suddenly begins bleeding see your dermatologist immediately.”
Conner went on the say the “NoNEVUS cream will soon be available at my two offices, I will be happy to recommend it as an alternative to other mole removal procedures,” Conner said, “I believe it is the best way to remove moles, so I will recommend it to my patients,” the dermatologist said.
To find out more about this mole removal study or any mole removal procedure available go to www.NoNevus.com. Dr. Mark Conner is a board-certified Dermatologist; with offices in Colorado Springs, CO.--neither he nor any doctors in this study have been compensated for their endorsements.
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