How to Use Curaderm Cream

Written by Anti Aging Systems

Our skin is an incredibly sensitive organ and the most exposed, vulnerable part of our body; exposed to sun damage, photo-aging, and even skin cancer. These conditions can majorly impact our confidence and well-being, alongside the obvious physical effects.

The good news is that treatments are available to help protect and repair our skin. One such treatment is Curaderm cream, a specially formulated cream designed to treat various skin conditions, including sun damage and some skin cancers.

When paired with guidance from your health care professional, Curaderm cream can be a great way to take control of your skin and help heal it. But what is Curaderm cream, and how do you use it?

What is Curaderm Cream?

Curaderm (BEC5) cream is an all-natural, non-toxic, and easy-to-use cream specifically designed to treat skin conditions. The active ingredient, solasodine glycosides (BEC5), is derived from plants from the Solanaceae family – such as eggplant, potato, and tomato.

This plant-based compound is safe and effective and has been used to treat various skin conditions with great success. Curaderm cream has been clinically tested and proven to be effective in treating a variety of skin concerns, which include:

  • Actinic Keratosis (sunspots)
  • Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC)[1]
  • Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC)
  • Keratoacanthoma (KA)

When applied, Curaderm cream penetrates deep into the skin to treat these conditions. It works by breaking down abnormal cells and encouraging new, healthy cells to grow in their place.[2]

How To Use Curaderm Cream

How to use Curaderm

Curaderm cream is incredibly cost-effective and can be used in the comfort of your home. This non-invasive yet effective treatment should be applied at least twice daily, with a maximum of ten applications.

When applying your Curaderm cream, you should:

  1. Thoroughly clean the affected area with an antiseptic cleanser to remove any dead skin cells.
  2. Pat dry the area with a clean towel and wait for it to be completely dry before applying the Curaderm cream.
  3. Apply a thick layer of the cream to the affected area and cover it with a clean bandage.
  4. Immediately wash hands after each application.

How Long Should You Use Curaderm Cream for?

The amount of time needed to treat each skin condition will vary depending on the severity and size of the affected area. Generally, it is recommended that you use Curaderm cream between 7 to 60 days – until new skin cells have formed.

While Curaderm cream is a non-invasive and effective treatment for various skin issues, you should always seek medical advice if you or a loved one have any health concerns.

Tips for Getting the Best Results from Curaderm

Here are some fail-safe tips on how to make the most of this revolutionary product:

  1. Follow all instructions provided by your healthcare professional.
  2. Only apply the cream to the affected area, and be sure to avoid contact with healthy skin.
  3. Keep the cream away from the eyes, mouth, and any other sensitive body areas.
  4. Use a clean bandage to cover the treated areas each time.
  5. Do not let the treatment area dry out during the process – you can reapply the cream up to ten times daily.
  6. Use 0.1-0.5g of cream per application, depending on the size of the affected area.
  7. Ensure you wash your hands with soap and water to avoid transferring the cream to other body parts.
  8. Understand there may be some side effects, such as redness and tingling – this is normal and is a sign that the treatment is working.
  9. Always contact a health professional if you have any concerns regarding the treatment or your skin health.


Curaderm cream is a safe and effective treatment for various skin conditions, including sun-damaged skin and basal skin cancer. This all-natural, non-toxic cream is an affordable alternative to other treatments and is very easy to use. However, it is important to consult with your doctor if you have any health concerns, and always follow the instructions for the best results.


[1 ]Topical treatment of malignant and premalignant skin lesions by very low concentrations of a standard mixture (BEC) of solasodine glycosides – PubMed (

[2] The Pharmacology of Curaderm in the Treatment of Basal Cell Carcinoma (