AK Diamond on Temple
How I removed ALL the AK on my left temple
When I began this adventure over four (4) years ago, I applied the cream to my forehead and along my hairline only! I stopped at the hairline because I thought the cream might affect the growth of my hair. But after 30 days of use, my left temple became sore and I realized the AK lesion continued under my hairline.
Most of the AK became activated by the cream but the part under my hairline was not progressing and keeping up with the rest of the area being treated. So I shaved the hair from both sides of my face and continued treating both areas!
I discovered it was important to shave the hair from any skin being treated, because the cream absorbs into the hair instead of the skin which slows down the cream's effectiveness and this skin's progress does not keep up with the adjacent skin being treated.
The cream continued to work fine after shaving the area but at one point when I was rubbing my left temple, a diamond shaped island of skin rubbed off which is visible on the picture below. The skin was actually raw underneath the piece that rubbed off, so I stopped applying the cream and let the area heal up. I then allowed my hair to grow back and never retreated the area again until recently.
Day Number 70
Below are pictures I took every few days, it was interesting to see my theory proven by these pictures. The cream must be continued after the AK gets red, it is actually the dying AK that gets red! It is very important to continue treating an area until the redness comes out; when the redness is gone, the AK is gone!
Some people apply the cream twice a day but I only apply the cream once a day, allow it to absorb in for two (2) hours and then coat the area several times with pure Aloe Vera gel giving the skin twenty-two (22) hours to heal. I feel it is very important to give the skin healing time as often as possible during treatment. This practice prevents healthy skin from getting too red, it also helped me to control the pain and continue the treatment.
I am excited about renewing my life by removing this serious threat of skin cancer!
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