Today’s ad: A cream to remove moles and skin tags … the ad on Hairtell states the following:
“Dermatend is completely safe and natural and has quickly made surgery obsolete … “
(Unless, of course, the “mole” you were removing yourself was CANCER … in which case you might eventually need a little — oh I don’t know — CHEMOTHERAPY to take care of it?”
In the ad, I could not find any list of the so-called natural ingredients. But then LYE certainly is a natural ingredient. Hemlock is “natural” too, and the organic version is REALLY good! It’s recommended by Socrates: pure organic and pesticide free! (I’m guessing salicylic acid is in the thing?)
Indeed, a common nevus is seldom cancer (almost never), but is a non-physician in any position to make such a decision? My own doc removes “said moles” and sends them out for biopsy (also the law in California). A couple times my “moles” ended up being cancer (he thought they were not). They were easily treated and I’m not dead from the thing.
Hairtell is wonderful because of its “open door to all.” It’s also frustrating because good solid information and total shit is thrown together into the mix. I hope readers are able to differentiate the good from the bad (and the downright dangerous). It’s all starting to “get to me.”