You may not know it, but perhaps there are tiny pieces of warts that's lurking underneath your armpits or they could be hidden near your nape or worse, they’re right on your face, visible for the whole world to see. Having your warts removed can be extremely painful, especially if your tolerance for pain or what we call pain threshold isn’t that high. Imagine yourself having to undergo electrocauterization. Aside from not being cheap because warts are being treated with either a per body area/part basis or per 25 pieces each, it could also be such a distressing experience for the patient. Thus, the best thing to do is to go with herbal alternative solutions to get rid of warts. Being natural, it’s not as painful as artificial ones. RCC Amazing Touch is the first natural and herbal wart removal clinic in the country. Johnron Langris, my former officemate accompanied me during my visit to the RCC Amazing Touch Clinic at the SM The Block.
I’ve had my warts removed already from the same clinic a few months ago, so I figured it would be best for Ron to try the treatment himself. Ron has a lot of acne to begin with. Not to mention, he also has warts—flat ones on his face. In other clinics, 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 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.
Who would've thought that from a mere cashew nut oil, Filipino inventor Rolando Dela Cruz would be helping a lot of people to achieve clean and clear skin sans any wart? But RCC Amazing Touch allows it to happen. 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.
Yes, for those asking if RCC Amazing Touch can also accommodate even those with anal warts. All you have to do is call them up first and set an appointment in any of their branches near you.
You may want to check out my own wart removal experience at RCC Amazing Touch.
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 PIÑAS.
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