Actinic (solar) Keratosis 
The solution: Treat Actinic Keratosis with the power of nature - Skin regenerator - Quick and efficient - No side effects

Dr. Maria Pecsek MD:
Initially Actinic keratosis is a precancerous state. It is not skin cancer yet, but it can very easily become one.
The dermatologically proven plant-based R47-PROTUMOL® cream can be used effectively without any side effects. Natural and broad spectrum.

Clinically tested:
The clinical symptoms of the patients showed significant improvement after two weeks
of R47-PROTUMOL® treatment cream.
No toxic side effect, no allergic-, irritative reaction occurred while using the R47-PROTUMOL® cream. Clinically tested herbal cream from nature.

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How to use the R47-PROTUMOL® treatment cream?

Before applying the cream, the skin surface to be treated shall be washed off with neutral soap water and rinsed with water. In this case washing off is necessary in order to avoid the stacking of multiple cream layers, since the accumulation of several cream layers would inhibit the absorption of the active ingredients of the R47-PROTUMOL®   treatment cream.

Qualities of the R47-PROTUMOL® treatment cream

The R47-PROTUMOL® treatment cream is an innovative development of researchers with great experience.
The cream contains only natural herbal active agents, the components of which are several vitamins, antioxidants, mineral substances, carbohydrates, proteins, flavonoids, enzymes and organic acids.

  • Clinically tested
  • Quick and efficient
  • Contains solely vegetable active agents
  • It does not contain steroids
  • Non toxic
  • No side-effects
  • Non invasive
  • Anyone can use it at any age
  • It can be applied on the whole surface of the body
  • It absorbs quickly, it leaves no stain on clothes, it doesn’t have an unpleasant smell
 

Dr Maria Pecsek MD: Why do I use the R47-PROTUMOL® cream in my medical practice?
Because this cream is first aid for the skin! Quick and efficient. No side effects. 

Facts:

  • More than 880 million people worldwide suffer from Actinic keratosis.
  • In the United States 58 million registered people suffer from Actinic keratosis.
  • According to a report by the WHO, the number of skin tumor patients will double by 2040.

What is the solution?

    1. The goal is to provide risk-free treatment for actinic (solar) keratosis and quickly reach the symptom-free stage! This is the most important thing for skin problem sufferers. Their expectation is that the treatment is comfortable, free from side-effects, has rapid impact so that the treatment can have a positive result even within a few weeks.
    2. The clinically tested R47-PROTUMOL® treatment cream may be applied on its own but also as a complement to medicine therapy. This product is not a medicine and it is available without a prescription.
      Quick and efficient. No side-effects.
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About Actinic (solar) keratosis

Actinic (solar) keratosis are scaly spots or patches on the top layer of skin. With time the spots or patches may become hard with a wartlike surface.

Actinic keratosis is a rough, scaly patch on your skin that develops from years of exposure to the sun. It’s most commonly found on your face, lips, ears, back of your hands, forearms, scalp or neck.

Also known as solar keratosis, an actinic keratosis enlarges slowly and usually causes no signs or symptoms other than a patch or small spot on your skin. These patches take years to develop, usually first appearing in people over 40.

A small percentage of actinic keratosis lesions can eventually become skin cancer. You can reduce your risk of actinic keratosis by minimizing your sun exposure and protecting your skin from ultraviolet (UV) rays.

When to see a doctor

It can be difficult to distinguish between noncancerous spots and cancerous ones. So it’s best to have new skin changes evaluated by a doctor — especially if a spot or lesion persists, grows or bleeds. 
Dangerous skin problems:
- Basal cell Carcinoma
- Actinic keratosis
- Squamous Cell Carcinoma
- Kaposi-sarcoma
- Malignant Melanoma

Causes: Actinic keratosis is caused by frequent or intense exposure to UV rays from the sun or tanning beds.

Symptoms

The signs and symptoms of an actinic keratosis include:

  • A rough, dry or scaly patch of skin, usually less than 2.5 centimeters in diameter
  • Flat to slightly raised patch or bump on the top layer of skin
  • In some cases, a hard, wartlike surface
  • Color as varied as pink, red or brown
  • Itching or burning in the affected area

Risk Factors

Anyone can develop actinic keratosis. But you may be more likely to develop the condition if you:

  • Are older than 40
  • Live in a sunny place
  • Have a history of frequent or intense sun exposure or sunburn
  • Have red or blond hair, and blue or light-colored eyes
  • Tend to freckle or burn when exposed to sunlight
  • Have a personal history of an actinic keratosis or skin cancer
  • Have a weak immune system as a result of chemotherapy, leukemia, AIDS or organ transplant medications

Prevention is an investment in the future!

Prevention of actinic keratosis is important because the condition can precede cancer or be an early form of skin cancer. Sun safety is necessary to help prevent the development and recurrence of actinic keratosis patches and spots.

Take these steps to protect your skin from the sun:
Limit your time in the sun. Especially avoid time in the sun between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. And avoid staying in the sun so long that you get sunburn or a suntan. Both result in skin damage that can increase your risk of developing actinic keratosis and skin cancer. Sun exposure accumulated over time may also cause actinic keratosis.
Use sunscreen. Daily use of sunscreen reduces the development of actinic keratosis. Before spending time outdoors, apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30. The American Academy of Dermatology recommends using a broad-spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30. Use sunscreen on all exposed skin, and use a lip balm with sunscreen on your lips. Apply sunscreen 15 minutes before sun exposure and reapply it every two hours — or more often if you're swimming or perspiring.
Cover up. For extra protection from the sun, wear tightly woven clothing that covers your arms and legs. Also wear a broad-brimmed hat, which provides more protection than does a baseball cap or golf visor. You might also consider wearing clothing or outdoor gear specially designed to provide sun protection.
Avoid tanning beds. The UV exposure from a tanning bed can cause just as much skin damage as a tan acquired from the sun.
Check your skin regularly and report changes to your doctor. Examine your skin regularly, looking for the development of new skin growths or changes in existing moles, freckles, bumps and birthmarks. With the help of mirrors, check your face, neck, ears, and scalp. Examine the tops and undersides of your arms and hands.
Protect your mole and skin, and use R47-PROTUMOL® cream for prevention. Prevention is an investment in the future.
After each sunbathing and tanning-bed session, apply a thin layer of R47-PROTUMOL® treatment cream on the warts and moles of your body and on the suspicious looking surface skin lesions.
On the one hand it is for prevention because it immediately provides surface skin protection against environmental effects. On the other hand it is also a barrier because with this preventive step you help in blocking the cancerous degeneration of wart and mole cells by means of the natural active ingredients.
However, the cream can also treat evolved skin cancer effectively as well!

Complications

If treated early, almost all actinic keratosis can be cleared up or removed before they develop into skin cancer. If left untreated, some of these spots may progress to squamous cell carcinoma — a type of cancer that usually isn't life-threatening if detected and treated early.

First aid for the skin: The clinically tested plant-blased R47-PROTUMOL® treatment cream.
Skin regenerator. Quick and efficient. No side-effects.

R. Richardson

Los Angeles – USA

Two years ago I had skin cancer. The type of the skin cancer was basalioma. The R47- PROTUMOL® cream was recommended to me by a European friend of mine who works at the Medical University of Los Angeles. I ordered the cream from Europe it arrived within a week. I immediately started to use it. I applied it three times a day to the small surface of the basal cell carcinoma. After four and a half months the skin cancer was gone, only a light mark reminds me of its place.

E. White

New York – USA

I am 38 year old woman. I work as a top level manager for a large corporation. My skin is sensitive to UVB radiation and to smog as well. I had skin cancer twice. First I had basal cell carcinoma on my shoulder. The cancerous tumor was surgically removed by a dermatologist. One year later I had basal cell carcinoma on my face more precisely on the tip of my nose. In two weeks it grew to a size of 5millimeters. The doctor said that after the surgical removal a huge scar would remain on the tip of my nose and I would have to undergo plastic surgery. After that I came in contact with the R47-PROTUMOL® cream. I applied it to the basal cell carcinoma on the tip of my nose. Before each use I washed the surface with soap. It is important in order to make sure that the previously applied layers of cream won’t inhibit the absorption of the active agents. Also dust particles from the air get stuck in the previous layer and if we apply the cream on that no result will be achieved. The cream has to be applied in a thin layer. It absorbs very quickly. It has no side effects because it contains only plant-based active ingredients. After using the cream for two months hardly anything could be seen on the tip of my nose. After using the cream for five months nothing could be seen from the basal cell carcinoma. When my dermatologist re-examined me he confirmed that my skin cancer had gone. In short, no operation was required, I didn’t have to walk around with a bandage on my nose and I didn’t have to spend money on plastic surgery. I am very satisfied.

Z. Jackson

Florida – USA

My whole family lives in Florida – in Miami, Orlando, Jacksonwille and Tampa. We are a large family so several members of our family have already had basal cell carcinoma and actinic keratosis. My grandfather had a mole turned into melanoma. In two months the metastases spread to his vital organs and he died. Since then we have taken the protection against skin cancer very seriously. Many European people come on vacation to Florida and we have seen several of them applying a cream from a small tube on their birthmarks and warts. They said that they use this cream in order to protect themselves from basal cell carcinoma, actinic keratosis and melanoma. The name of the cream is: R47-PROTUMOL®. I asked from an acquaintance of mine who works for the Skin and Cancer Center at the Florida University if he had already heard of this European cream. He knew it and said that it is a dermatologically tested product and it is really efficient for treatment and prevention. We have regularly used this cream since 2013 and since then no one from the family had skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma, spinalioma, melanoma) neither actinic keratosis.

J. Seguin

Paris – France

A dermatologist diagnosed a basal cell carcinoma on my back one year ago. The doctor said that before the operation I should try out a cream and I may not need the operation. I used R47-PROTUMOL® cream three times a day. The basal cell carcinoma started to nicely shrink and it was completely gone in 5 months. I didn’t need the operation.

M. Bertrand

Marseilles- France

I am a sailor so I am exposed to a lot of solar radiation. As a result of the sunlight a mole on my shoulder turned into a malignant basal cell carcinoma. From my colleagues I heard about R47-PROTUMOL® cream and how effective it was against skin cancer. I started to use it myself. It proved to be efficient very soon. Within three weeks the size of the tumor decreased by 50%. After six months only a faint spot remainds me of the tumor.

L. Siméon

Monte Carlo – Monaco

In Monaco the number of hours of sunshine is high all year round. A pea-sized wound formed on my forehead. After dermatological examination I was told that I had skin-cancer. I read in the Jet Set Côte d’Azur magazine how effective the R47-PROTUMOL® cream is against skin cancer and actinic keratosis. After a few months of treatment the cream eliminated the skin cancer on my forehead.

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