Effective Homemade Remedies for Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer existing in the world. A lot of research and studies have been conducted for discovering and inventing the remedies for this serious disease.

It is a type of harmful, malignant growth affecting the skin of about one million people in a year in U.S.A. There are several causes such as severe sun burns, long term exposure to Ultra violet rays and a lot of others.

You need to do something about the condition of your skin as soon as you observe some of the warning signs. Some of the indications include change in the appearance of the skin such as a mole or sore that does not heal.

Skin cancer can occur in the following forms:

a) Basal Cell Carcinoma

b) Squamous Cell Carcinoma

c) Melanoma

- Basal Cell Carcinoma

This is referred to as the most common type of skin cancer. It does not spread to other parts of the body. It can invade other tissues surrounding the area.

- Squamous Cell Carcinoma

This type of cancer usually appears on the face, lips or rims of the ear. It starts from the squamous cells that are found in the tissues that forming the surface of the skin, respiratory and digestion tracts and lining of the hollow organs of your body. Reddish or Brownish wart lesions or nodules on forehead and cheeks.

- Melanoma

It is considered to be the most serious form of skin cancer as it tends to spread all over the body in a short period of time. The cancer may ooze bleed or itch. It is not painful.

There are several effective home remedies for treating skin cancer. Here are some of the great remedies to try out:

- Coconut oil or butter remedy

Virgin coconut oil or butter is a good home remedy for skin care. It makes a good moisturizer and provides a good protective larger that locks in natural moisture as it has good solidifying property. You need to place the coconut butter in small lip palm or eye cream jars. You can also put it in a small sterilized jar.

- Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a great skin care remedy. It has been used effectively to treat dry skin, burns, insect bites and skin irritations. It is also good for acne, cuts and abrasions.

- Honey

Honey softens the skin and reduces wrinkles. It also adds to the glow of the skin.

- Ayurvedic Remedy

This is a holistic approach and does a lot of good to the skin.

- Skin cleansers

It cleanses the skin and removes dead cells from the surface of the skin. It will also remove the dust and dirt that chokes the pores on the skin. Try making cleansers at home via using vegetable oils, coconut oil and water. Sesame, palm and coconut oils make good cleansers. Seaweeds can also strengthen the immunity and healthy functions of the skin via providing the minerals required.

- Skin toners

Toning of the skin with lemon oil and lavender oil is good. You can also add vitamin C crystals as a preservative and antioxidant. When using witch hazel, make sure you combine it with moisturizers such as vitamin E and honey.

- Water

Drink at least six glasses of water to moisturize your skin.

All the above mentioned home remedies for skin cancer treatment are powerful and effective. You can try some of these to benefit from them.

However, you need to take to your doctor prior to using these methods to avoid any type of side effects that may occur.

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1 Response

  1. Muriel H. Dandurand

    I had a small lesion from Basal Cell about ten years ago. A couple of years ago I noticed a round sore inside my nose which I thought might be staph. It forms a scab which has a crust that builds up over the day overnight. When I remove the scab it bleeds and forms again. I used the Essential oil called Purification. That and also Thieves. Now the sore has formed a crater on the sore which is on the cartilage of my nose lining. I ordered Cleavers and may try that on the sore.
    I won’t tell my doctor since I will not have another operation for it. The first operation deformed the side of my nose. I am 90 now and do not want a surgeon who most likely will remove a large portion of my nose. I want to live with the lesion rather than have that nightmare scenario of nose amputation. Any suggestions other than what I use as a home cure? Thank you

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