Amazon Customer. 4 June, 2017
Thinking I was developing a skin cancer on my shoulder, I took myself to the GP to check out the painless, red, raised mark. He diagnosed me with seborrheic keratosis, a large “sign of ageing” which would eventually turn dark brown.
Horrified at this “sign of ageing” I started applying the wheatgrass recovery cream morning and night, and even to my surprise, it disappered completely. Even more surprised was my GP when I showed him next time I was in his office.
R. A. Australia. 27 August, 2010
Hi Dr. Chris, thought you might be interested to hear my recent experience with your Skin Recovery Cream.
I had read some interesting reports on your forum re. the effectiveness of your extract on skin conditions. Merely as an experiment, I began applying your cream to a keratosis on my right temple. I’ve had it for about 10yrs, and it started as a ‘freckle’, but developed into a 12mm
diameter dark, and crusty ‘growth’. My skin cancer specialist said it was OK, it wasn’t cancer, and that I’m just getting old. (53yrs of age.)
To cut a long story short, I’ve applied your cream to it 14 times in total, sporadically I must admit, and now it’s barely visible. My wife is amazed. So am I. Before, it was at least 2mm high, and now after a couple of wks, my wife puts on a dab of the cream for me to rub in, because I can’t feel where it was anymore. My only regret is that I started this so casually, I didn’t even think to take a photo of it before I started application of the Skin Recovery Cream. I would urge others to take a pic of any intended site of application before-hand, in case they get similar results to mine. My wife now applies it to her face every night, and puts it on my moles on my face.
My wife wanted me to have surgery to remove the keratosis, as she said it was so outstanding visually, but the skin specialist refused.
Now it’s gone, after an unbelievably small number of applications. I am amazed. Thanks Dr. Chris, I hope this information is of some use to you, and others.
B. R. Australia. 9 May, 2009