Ex DermaTend Ultra Mole & Skin Tag Removal System: Removes 15 Moles or Skin Tags. Works In Just 8 Hours. 60 Day Guarantee. 100% Natural.

June 14, 2013 - Comment

DermaTend Ultra Mole & Skin Tag Removal System: Removes 15 Moles or Skin Tags. Works In Just 8 Hours. 60 Day Guarantee. 100% Natural. Product Features REMOVES up to 15 Moles or Skin Tags. 100% Natural 60-Day Guarantee Famous Words of Inspiration… Powered By AMZ QuoteCash

DermaTend Ultra Mole & Skin Tag Removal System: Removes 15 Moles or Skin Tags. Works In Just 8 Hours. 60 Day Guarantee. 100% Natural.

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  • REMOVES up to 15 Moles or Skin Tags.
  • 100% Natural
  • 60-Day Guarantee

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E. Saggese says:

Ten for ten, with very good results each time!!! I was quite skeptic about this product, and was reluctant to invest so much money on something that could completely fail, but I had a few moles I wanted to get rid of and just the time needed to go to the doctor (a few times including diagnosis, tests and removal) plus the horrible experience the one time I had to get a mole removed surgically (it actually didn’t hurt but it was really scary) pushed me to try it.I started with a big protruding mole I had in my shoulder. Due to friction against clothes it had become a little bit rough, but given its location I figured out I had little to lose if it left a scar. I started by scratching the mole with the included file and then applied the product. I didn’t feel any sting when I applied the paste and nothing happened within 24 hours so I figured out my mole was a bit sturdier than normal due to its hardened skin. I decided to bring up the artillery and took my wife’s dremel-like pedicure kit and tried with that. It worked much…

J. Mylton says:

Mole removal really works. I thought I would give this a try since most people said it worked for them. I removed about 6 moles, one of which was pretty large and the stuff really works. The large one took two applications and a skin tag that I tried it on took two applications, but the rest came off with one try. As everyone has said, if you do not sand the mole with the file they give long enough, so that when you put the product on that it stings, then you have not sanded enough and it will not work. The key is to have the product form a scab and it will not do that unless you sand enough to make the product sting when you put it on. I also learned to leave the bandaid (I used the small circle ones you can buy at the store) on for 3 days before taking it off. The mole would usually fall off in the shower the next day. It leaves a pink spot on your skin where it fell off, but it would leave a mark if it was removed by any other method anyway. I am sure with time the mark will go away.

Bish says:

It’s a pretty crude way to remove a mole but it does the trick. I’ve removed loads of mole using this stuff, way more than the bottle says it should. One thing I’ve learned is that just scratching the surface of the mole before application won’t work, you really need to take a lot of skin off the mole, if it doesn’t bleed it wont work.Also forget about using the abrasive stick and toothpick they supply you with. The abrasive paper takes off too much surrounding skin, and a toothpick is a bit primitive, I thought surely they could have don’t better than that. I’d recommend using a hypodermic needle to scratch the mole, but I didn’t have one so I used a new blade for a carpet knife sterilized with IPA.Once you apply the product there is a very mild stinging sensation, then within a day a scab forms. About 3-4 days later the scab will fall off leaving a pretty big hole where the mole was, but within 2 weeks it fills up and looks normal again.The quick healing balm is also a bit of a joke, you’re much better off using neosporin or…

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