Tuesday, March 3, 2015

RCC Amazing Touch: Herbal Cautery: The Painless Way to Get Rid of Warts, Moles, Skin Tags + other Skin Conditions

RCC Amazing Touch Clinic offers free consultations.


If you have experienced having skin warts, then chances are, you must have gone through electrocautery in order to get rid of them. Electrocautery burns each wart and removes the skin problem using alternating currents of electricity. Having gone through that, I know it's really painful even if there's a topical anesthesia or even if you've got high tolerance to pain. Still, you would feel the electrical current and it's excruciating for me. That's why when I heard about the wonders of RCC Amazing Touch's patented novel product called Dewart (for removal of warts) and Demole (for removal of moles) creams made out of cashew nut oil, I was pretty excited to try it. With something that came from nature, herbal cauterization leaves no scarring, relatively painless and very affordable. It's non-invasive too so there's no need for surgical procedures and anesthetics.

RCC Amazing Touch President, Mr. Richard Dela Cruz together with RCC executives.





Photo of Filipino inventor Mr. Rolando Dela Cruz taken from filipinoinventorssociety.com


One of the many cream inventions based on cashew nut oil by Mr. Rolando Dela Cruz is used for syringoma.

RCC Amazing Touch was established in March 13,1997 by Filipino inventor Rolando C. Dela Cruz. He accidentally discovered that the oil of cashew nut can do wonders for the warts when it had burned the warts on his hands as a young boy. And as they say,  the rest is history. Dela Cruz' invention and dedication has given him recognitions here and abroad and has turned him into a world class inventor. He's recognized by the Department of Science and Technology, World Intellectual Property Organization and other coveted organizations locally and internationally. His invention also made it in the British Invention Show wherein he bested 30 countries and bagged the most coveted Obelisk Award. 



Dela Cruz' herbal cautery creams removes moles (Demole) and warts (Dewarts) also gave birth to other herbal creams for the removal of milia, skin tags and xanthelasma. His success in herbal cautery also made him invented DeBCC or the cream for the treatment and control of basal cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer. It's currently undergoing clinical trials for skin patients at the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) and was recognized by the stringent American College of Surgeons. 

You can check out how effective the RCC Amazing Touch cashew nut oil cream with these photos taken from an actual patient: 


Here you may also watch this short actual amateur video I took while the staff at RCC Amazing Touch was treating the skin tag at the nape of my friend:


I was able to try RCC Amazing Touch Dewart cream herbal cauterization myself and I would have to say it's indeed painless than what I usually experience when being electrocauterized. The only painful wart that was removed was the wart on my eyelid. I almost cried because it stings. I was told that this was the case because the skin on our eyelids are the thinnest ones we have. But the warts removed from other parts of my face, neck and body didn't hurt at all. 


The picture above was taken right after I was given treatment on the wart I've had on my eyelid.

Exactly a week after the said treatment, if you notice, the wart has gone. 


This is how my neck looked like right after I was treated with RCC Amazing Touch Dewart cream. It appeared like reddish tiny bumps on my neck. But after sometime, the redness had disappeared. 


One week after the treatment shows how the tiny red warts and bumps are no longer visible. 

For a D-I-Y wart treatment, RCC Amazing Touch sells these home kits for Php3,500--one time application of their amazing wart cream. 


Thanks to RCC Amazing Touch. I won't have to go through painful electrocauterization ever again! I was finally able to bid my warts and skin tags adieu! 

Interested to have your wart/mole or skin tags removed naturally using organic cream and herbal cautery? RCC Amazing Touch has branches in SM THE BLOCK, TRINOMA MALL, SM MEGAMALL, SM MARILAO, ALIMALL, SM FAIRVIEW, ROBINSONS GALLERIA, SM PAMPANGA, SM CALAMBA, SM MANILA, ROBINSONS METRO EAST, SM BATANGAS, SM CEBU, SM SAN LAZARO, ROBINSONS MANILA, SM MALL OF ASIA, FESTIVAL SUPERMALL, SM CEBU CONSOLSCION, SM SOUTHMALL, GREENHILLS MALL, SM ILOILO, SM BACOLOD, SM NOVALICHES and SM CENTER LAS PI√ĎAS. 

Call (632) 366.7894 or (+63)922-884130 email: mail@rccamazingtouch.com or rccat_inc@yahoo.com.ph




13 comments:

  1. This made me really interested. I'm currently in the market for warts cauterization but now that I've seen this, I might opt for this herbal process instead.

    Thanks for sharing! :)

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    1. Thank you Jaycelle for visiting my blog. The advantage of herbal cauterization is that it does not leave a scar & it sort of kills the root of the warts so it won't have a tendency to go back unlike with electrocauterization, it does not necessarily burns the roots, so usually it grows back again in its place. Hope you can try this soon! :)

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  2. do you think this is okay for 3 year olds? :) thanks so much! :)

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    1. Hi, Nicole! I think this is okay for a three year old for as long as the child can stay put (just like what it is at the dentist's chair) while he or she is being treated. Although I suggest you make your baby fall asleep prior to treatment so she wouldn't make unnecessary movements

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  3. Hi how much po ngastos nio for wart removal? Is it better than electrocauterization? Thank u

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    1. Hi, Angelique! Yung cost depends on how big and how many warts you'll want to remove. They have several package on is one. Pero if you want a D-I-Y, may kit sila na one time use for P3,500 each. Yes, better sya than electrocauterization in the sense na hindi sya ganun kasakit. Thanks for visiting my blog & for leaving a comment!

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  4. Ask ko lng din po if aplicable din po ba itong herbal cautery s anal warts and if nagaaccomodate sila s clinic nla ng mga ganitong case? Thanks in advance

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    1. Hi! Yes, they accommodate anal warts. Just go and call them for an appointment.

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  5. Hi, how long did it take for the scar to disappear? I tried both electric cautery and this herbal cautery wart removal, I would say same level of pain and for this herbal cautery it's been a month already and the scar is still visible unlike the electric cautery that it takes a week only to completely heal without leaving any scar at all. I hope your experience is not the same as mine... Big disappointment for herbal cautery as my face was better before this treatment. I just hope in few months the scar is totally gone as they claimed it leaves no scar at all. I even bought from them their wonder gel and fading cream but it doesn't seem to work. Consider my experience as a cautionary tale for all those who are contemplating of this herbal cautery wart treatment, please research thoroughly before deciding on any skin treatment. Thank you!

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    1. True! 2 months na sakin and the scar/mark still there. And the worse part is pen dot lang yung wart ko pero anlake ng nilagyan ng gamot! so anlake ng scar! I am trying to talk to a lawyer kung anung complaint/claim ang pwede ko gawin... as I think my procedure has been mishandled at anu pa ang sense ng measurement kung more than its size ang gagawin nila. Isa pa yung customer service nila seems dedma sa mga inquiries ko!!!

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    2. Hi, same as mine, pen dot lang din ang scar ko and they put too much gamot which gotten worst than it was before the treatment kaya nagkaroon sya ng big scar. I think it's because i was paying for the quantity of gamot they put in, kaya dinamihan nila, in the end lalong lumala... 5 months na and some scars are still visible which they claimed scars should disappear after a month of treatment.

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  6. Hi...ask ko lang kung doon mismo magpatreat magkano po magastos para my idea sa budget.

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  7. I had the treatment 2 weeks ago but i have horrible scars now. I'm afraid i'll have to endure the scars for several months too. It's unfortunate that i was preparing for an event that is why i had the treatment done. The dermtech assured me that there will be no scarring. I'd rather have electrocautery in the future.

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