Why don't creams and liquids remove blemishes?
If creams and liquids removed blemishes Dermatologists would use them, but they don't because they are not effective.  "These creams can leave pits in your skin where the mole used to be, or they can cause scarring that's more noticeable than the mole itself." See below. [2]

Many of our customers have written us about their experiences with these products and their dissatisfaction.

Anyone who has used a cream or liquid to remove their blemishes have had very poor results. In all cases some part of the blemish or scared skin remains. People waste billions of dollars every year on these products. Don't waste your money. Hundreds of thousands of people spend  $100-$300 on creams and liquids that did not work to anyones satisfaction, then end up here. This product will work for you. See our before and after pictures Here

To effectively remove a blemish that lays in the Epidermis of the skin (just below the surface of the skin) the product must be powerful enough to get to  the blemish. Creams and liquids are topical applications which means they are applied on the surface of the skin. This severely limits the products ability to penetrate down to where the blemish is.

Our product has the power to do just that. We can get our product down to the blemish and not effect other important parts of the skin such as hair follicles or sweat glands.

You only want to treat a blemish one time. You want it to be simple and painless. That's exactly what our product guarantees.

Why don't creams and liquids remove blemishes?
Cream and liquid blemish removers never claim complete removal of the blemish. The best they can offer is to fade or diminish the blemish. However, its nearly impossible to get the cream or liquid only on the blemish and not the surrounding skin. The product may lighten the blemish but it also lightens the unblemished skin. In any case its still noticeable. It's not an acceptable solution. We offer complete removal. Topical mole removal creams often contain bloodroot, which is a form of acid that dissolves the mole and may require repeat applications. Care must be taken not to get the cream onto any healthy skin to avoid damage. Even with repeated applications, the mole may still remain. People in forums have reported mixed results using mole removal creams so your success maybe variable depending on the size of the mole. Lawrence E. Gibson, M.D., a dermatologist answering questions at Mayo clinic.com, doesn't feel creams are effective at all.
Many creams and liquids use Thuja occidentalis which is a derivative of the northern white-cedar or eastern arborvitae, is an evergreen coniferous tree. The leaves and leaf oil are used as a medicine. Thuja is used for respiratory tract infections such as bronchitis, bacterial skin infections, and cold sores. It is also used for painful conditions including osteoarthritis and a nerve disorder that affects the face called trigeminal neuralgia. (WebMD)
Cream and liquid blemish removers never claim complete removal of the blemish. The best they can offer is to fade or diminish the blemish. However, its nearly impossible to get the cream or liquid only on the blemish and not the surrounding skin. The product may lighten the blemish but it also lightens the unblemished skin. In any case its still noticeable. It's not an acceptable solution. We offer complete removal.
If creams and liquids removed blemishes Dermatologists would use them..but they don't.  "These creams can leave pits in your skin where the mole used to be, or they can cause scarring that's more noticeable than the mole itself. [2] See below. Doctors use the proven treatment of Freeze Therapy. Please visit our Truth page. It could be the most important information you need.

Many of our customers have written us about their experiences with these products and their dissatisfaction.

Anyone who has used a cream or liquid has experienced very poor results. In all cases some part of the blemish or scared skin remains. People waste billions of dollars every year on these products. Don't waste your money. Most all people spend  $100-$300 on creams and liquids that did not work to their satisfaction, then end up here. Where are their before and after pictures? This product will work for you. See our before and after pictures Here

To effectively remove a blemish that lays in the Epidermis of the skin (just below the surface of the skin) the product must be powerful enough to get to  the blemish. Creams and liquids are topical applications which means they are applied on the surface of the skin. This severely limits the products ability to penetrate down to where the blemish is.

Our product has the power to do just that. We can get our product down to the blemish and not effect other important parts of the skin such as hair follicles or sweat glands.

You only want to treat a blemish one time. You want it to be simple and painless. That's exactly what our product guarantees.
 See Customer Pictures Here

See what WebMD and Doctors say about blemish removal.

1. ]2] Lawrence E. Gibson, M.D.
Topical mole removal creams often contain bloodroot, which is a form of acid that dissolves the mole and may require repeat applications. Care must be taken not to get the cream onto any healthy skin to avoid damage. Even with repeated applications, the mole may still remain. People in forums have reported mixed results using mole removal creams so your success maybe variable depending on the size of the mole. Lawrence E. Gibson, M.D., a dermatologist answering questions at Mayo clinic.com,
doesn't feel creams are effective at all.

http://www.empowher.com/moles/content/mole-removal-should-you-consider-using-cream

2. [3] 'Sometimes mole-removal creams work, but they often remove more than just the mole. These creams can leave pits in your skin where the mole used to be, or they can cause scarring that's more noticeable than the mole itself. They can also make your skin more susceptible to infection, and by removing a mole yourself, you could miss the early warning signs of cancer"

http://health.howstuffworks.com/skin-care/problems/treating/mole-removal2.htm

3. [4] Dr. Andrew Weil, M.D.
"I'm afraid there's no natural way to eliminate them (freckles, age spots) Over-the-counter whitening or "fading creams" don't work."

http://www.drweil.com/health-wellness/health-centers/aging-gracefully/eliminating-age-spots/

 
4. [5] There are several over-the-counter and prescription skin bleaching agents available today. FYI, topical creams don't work for everyone. They can definitely lighten freckles, but they will also lighten all the skin around the freckles. Bleaching can also cause redness, drying, and peeling.

https://www.skinlaboratory.com/skin-conditions/sun-damage/

5. [6] "Age spots usually need to be removed by freezing, burning, with a laser or peeling them off. No cream will really do much at all. Sincerely, David Hansen,MD"

https://www.realself.com/question/otc-cream-effect-removing-brown-spots-years-sun-bathing



See what WebMD and Doctors say about blemish removal.

1.  Lawrence E. Gibson, M.D.
Topical mole removal creams often contain bloodroot, which is a form of acid that dissolves the mole and may require repeat applications. Care must be taken not to get the cream onto any healthy skin to avoid damage. Even with repeated applications, the mole may still remain. People in forums have reported mixed results using mole removal creams so your success maybe variable depending on the size of the mole. Lawrence E. Gibson, M.D., a dermatologist answering questions at Mayo clinic.com,
doesn't feel creams are effective at all.

http://www.empowher.com/moles/content/mole-removal-should-you-consider-using-cream

2.  'Sometimes mole-removal creams work, but they often remove more than just the mole. These creams can leave pits in your skin where the mole used to be, or they can cause scarring that's more noticeable than the mole itself. They can also make your skin more susceptible to infection, and by removing a mole yourself, you could miss the early warning signs of cancer"

http://health.howstuffworks.com/skin-care/problems/treating/mole-removal2.htm

3.  Dr. Andrew Weil, M.D.
"I'm afraid there's no natural way to eliminate them (freckles, age spots) Over-the-counter whitening or "fading creams" don't work."

http://www.drweil.com/health-wellness/health-centers/aging-gracefully/eliminating-age-spots/

 
4.  There are several over-the-counter and prescription skin bleaching agents available today. FYI, topical creams don't work for everyone. They can definitely lighten freckles, but they will also lighten all the skin around the freckles. Bleaching can also cause redness, drying, and peeling.

https://www.skinlaboratory.com/skin-conditions/sun-damage/

5.  "Age spots usually need to be removed by freezing, burning, with a laser or peeling them off. No cream will really do much at all. Sincerely, David Hansen,MD"

https://www.realself.com/question/otc-cream-effect-removing-brown-spots-years-sun-bathing



Mole removal creams often contain bloodroot, which is a form of acid that dissolves the mole and may require repeat applications. Care must be taken not to get the cream onto any healthy skin to avoid damage. Even with repeated applications, the mole may still remain. People in forums have reported mixed results using mole removal creams so your success maybe variable depending on the size of the mole. Lawrence E. Gibson, M.D., a dermatologist answering questions at Mayo clinic.com, doesn't feel creams are effective at all.
Many creams and liquids use Thuja occidentalis which is a derivative of the northern white-cedar or eastern arborvitae, is an evergreen coniferous tree. The leaves and leaf oil are used as a medicine. Thuja is used for respiratory tract infections such as bronchitis, bacterial skin infections, and cold sores. It is also used for painful conditions including osteoarthritis and a nerve disorder that affects the face called trigeminal neuralgia. (WebMD)
See customer pictures Here
                                          What to expect from our product

Cryogenic therapy is very effective. You freeze the blemished skin cells below the surface of the skin. The treated area turns red for about a day or two then it turns brown. Yes, brown. This will be good new because it means you have destroyed your blemished skin cells. Your body detects that the blemished cells are dead and casts them off automatically. Then the miracle of the human body replaces the dead blemished cells with healthy new skin cells. This process takes a week or so  depending on your skin type.
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