CuradermBEC5 Topical Cream

CuradermBEC5 Topical Cream 20mL

Specially designed after 2.5 decades of research, preclinical studies, phases I to IV clinical trials and verified by multiple scientific publications

Directions: Apply at least twice daily to clean dry skin lesion and cover the area with a medicated paper tape.

Contains: Solasodine Glycosides (BEC), Salicylic Acid, Urea For external use only. Keep out of reach of Children. Store below 25°C

Manufactured in Australasia
By Curaderm BEC5 Global Ltd


CURADERM Cream 0.005% (solasodine glycosides) 20mL

What Curaderm is and what it is used for

Decades of scientific research concerning the anti-cancer properties of the natural glycoalkaloids BEC, derived from the Solanaceae plant group have led to the formulation of Curaderm, a treatment that also incorporates components with desmolytic and keratolytic actions together with agents that rupture hydrogen bonds to safely eliminate unwanted and defective cancer cells through an orderly process known as apoptosis.

Indication: Topical treatment with anticancer, desmolytic and keratolytic actions, in the healing of localized basal cell carcinoma of the skin.

What you need to know before you use Curaderm

Do not use Curaderm If you are allergic to solasodine glycosides or any of the other ingredients of this treatment.

Warnings and precautions

Avoid contact with eyes. In the event of accidental contact, remove the cream by rinsing with plenty of water and seek medical assistance as soon as possible. Do not swallow this remedy. Drink plenty of water if you accidentally swallow this cream and seek medical assistance. Make sure that your skin has healed from any other treatments or surgery before using this remedy. Do not apply this treatment internally, to the area near the eyes, to the inside of the nostrils, the inside of the ear or on the lips. This remedy is intended to treat one large basal cell carcinoma of maximum 25 cm2 or multiple smaller basal cell carcinomas until complete healing is obtained. Do not use in cases of suspected melanoma or other skin neoplasms other than basal cell carcinoma. Do not apply more cream than your doctor has advised. You should expect to get local skin reactions, such as reddening and swelling, during treatment with this treatment. Contact your doctor if these local skin reactions get severe.

Other treatments and Curaderm

Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are using, have recently used, or might use any other medicines.

How to use Curaderm

Always use this remedy exactly as your doctor has told you. Check with your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure.

Instructions for use:

– Wash the lesion and the surrounding area with a mild non-irritating soap
- Rinse with water
- Dry thoroughly
- Unscrew the lid of the Curaderm tube and remove the protective seal on the lid of the tube – Apply enough
Curaderm to cover the lesion. Do not apply the cream in large quantity and do not extend the cream more than 0.5 cm onto the apparently normal skin surrounding the edge of the lesion
- Apply the cream to the lesion by gently squeezing the tube
- Cover the lesion with an occlusive dressing such as Micropore, Leukopor or Duoderm, but not a band-aid, until the next application of Curaderm
- Apply the cream to the lesion at least twice daily, i.e. at least every 12 hours
- If the treatment period is more than 14 weeks, please contact your doctor or pharmacist.

Possible side effects

This treatment can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. By using this treatment, the skin where you apply it is likely to get red and ulcerate. This effect may occur within one day after the first and second application. The effect may get worse for up to 2 weeks during treatment. The lesion will appear to become larger during the initial stages of treatment, this is normal. Pain (including application site burning) may occur. Treatment should continue until the lesion is eliminated. Infection of the skin in the treatment area is very rare.

Reporting of side effects

If you get any side effects, please communicate this immediately to the Manufacturer. This includes any possible side effects not listed in this leaflet.

How to store Curaderm

Keep Curaderm out of the sight and reach of children. Do not use this medicine after the expiry date, which is stated on the crimp of the tube above . The expiry date refers to the last day of that month

Store below 25°C. (2°C-8°C in refrigerator after opening of tube), do not freeze.
For multiple use.

What Curaderm contains

Aqua, salicylic acid, paraffinum liquidum, petrolatum, lactic acid, cetearyl alcohol, ceteareth-20, urea, propylene glycol, BEC (solasodine rhamnosides), xanthan gum, p-chlorocresol.