Frequently asked questions
Before the purchase
LeaLea can be used for the removal of a moles and birthmarks up to (4/5” or 2 cm in diameter). The package includes enough cream to remove 2-5 large growths (1/4” or 5 mm) or 5-25 smaller growths (1/16” or 2 mm).
Yes, you can use LeaLea cream for all kinds of birthmarks/moles, whether big, small, dark, light, flat, or raised.
Yes, you can use LeaLea cream on your face.
However, we recommend that you first apply it to less exposed places on the body a few times to guage how your body responds to the treatment. If that is successful, you should first treat only one birthmark on the face. You can also reduce the application time from 20 to 10-15 minutes since the skin in the face is more sensitive.
After treatment, the most important thing is that you give the skin time. The skin in the treated area will turn red and it usually takes between 1-6 months to regain its natural skin tone. The duration of this depends heavily on your skin type. In some cases, this can take 6-12 months. Unfortunately, scarring can never be ruled out completely.
For best results, read the package leaflet and application instructions carefully. If you have any questions, contact our support team, who will advise you.
Yes, you can use LeaLea cream on yoru scalp. Hair growth will not be affected.
When treating skin blemishes, some scarring is always possible. However, the risk of scarring from LeaLea cream is far less than the risk from a surgical procedure or laser surgery by a dermatologist, which almost always leaves some scarring.
For best results, read the package leaflet and the application instructions carefully. If you have any questions, contact our support team, who will assist you.
After the treatment, the skin around the treated area will turn red and take between 1-12 months to return to the natural skin tone. The duration of this depends greatly on their skin type and body location.
Use pure aloe vera gel or pure vitamin E oil to accelerate and improve the healing process.
The cream works locally and only affects the area where it is applied directly. Possible side effects therefore only affect the treatment site.
On sensitive skin areas, such as the face, neck or chest, short-term redness can occur and the scab (necrosis) can be up to two times as large as the actual birthmark or mole, but falls off after some time.
In very rare cases, scarring may occur or the treated area may become inflamed and a secondary infection may occur.
If inflammation occurs and you notice and oozing or weeping from the treatment site, immediately end treatment. Remove the scab and apply a hydrogel. Hydrogel cleanses the wound and promotes healing. Dress the wound at least three times daily with clean gauze, sterile bandages or other wound dressing.
If the treatmeant is performed differently than instructed in the packaging or the scab is removed too early, scarring will occur.
People with known immunodeficiencies or previous wound healing abnormalities, such as keloid scars, should consult a physician before using this product. In case of unforeseen complications you should also consult a doctor.
In most cases, use of the product will result in minor and temporary redness, which usually disappears within 90 days.
No, LeaLea is not suitable for children under the age of 18 years old.
No, LeaLea is only suitable for use starting from the age of 18 years and not intended for use in children and teenagers.
We do not recommend using LeaLea during pregnancy and lactation due to the potential for unnecessary risk due to possible complications and the associated stress. After breastfeeding, you can use LeaLea again.
The cream is usable for up to 1 year if stored tightly closed dry and cool.
Before the application
At first glance, the container may seem empty, however, you will find the product in the small recess under the lid. Simply turn the container over to access the cream. The container has been intentionally made larger for easier handling.
Yes, once soften, you can still use the cream. Add a very small drop of water and use the applicator stick to stir until a thick consistency is achieved. You can then apply the cream. Be careful not to add to much liquid, as diluting will reduce the cream’s efficacy.
If the right care is taken, LeaLea cream can be used around, but not on, the eyes.Be very careful that the cream does not come into direct contact with the eye during application.
These are lancets. The plastic head on the top can be twisted off, exposing a sterile needle for roughening thick tissue in the case of foot warts, prior to applying LeaLea cream.
The entire mole or birthmark should be covered fully. In the case of a raised birthmark the sides should be covered as well. A small amount is sufficient. The cream does not have to be applied thickly in order to be effective.
- Read the package leaflet and the application instructions carefully and follow the application steps closely. Most ineffective treatment is due to not following the instructions included in the packet leaflet.
- All ow the scab to fall off by itself. Do not try to remove it too early, otherwise it will cause scarring. The scab can get wet while bathing or showering. Afterwards gently dab the area with a dry towel.
- After the scab has fallen off, protect the newly formed skin and support healing by applying it, vitamin E oil or pure aloe vera gel daily. Protect the treated area it from excessive sunlight with a bandaid or clothing. Avoid using products containing chemical ingredients. Resume normal activities, including exercise, without restriction as long as there is no irritation of the treatment site.
- Eat healthy. Incorporated healthy fats such as coconuts, avocados, chia seeds, hemp seeds or flax seed or nuts such as walnuts or cashews into your diet. Avoid excessive consumption of animal products, fast foods, sweets and processed foods. Instead, focus primarily on fresh, wholesome plant foods. Diet plays an essential role in building up body cells.
Follow these steps for optimal results.
During the application
If bleeding occurs during roughening or scratching, wait until bleeding stops completely to apply the cream.
If accidental contact occurs, simply remove the cream with a cotton swab and wash the area immediately with clean water.
Redness around the application area is a natural sign that the healing process has started. The redness usually disappears after a short time.
If you do not feel any burning sensation on the treated area of the skin, the LeaLea cream could not penetrate the tissue of your wart, mole, or birthmark. Treatment will only be partially successful in these cases.
Certain types of warts, moles, birthmarks are challenging to remove. It often helps if you soak them in warm water for 20-30 minutes before you start roughening. Otherwise, simply scratch harder to roughen the outermost layer of thick skin so the cream can penetrate the skin. Then apply the cream again.
If there is thick skin on the wart, it must be softened and removed before treatment. The cream cannot penetrate a thick layer of skin, and will be ineffective.
Treated warts, birthmarks, moles will scab over as part of the healing process. This scab may be dark brown or black and can sometimes be larger than the birthmark itself. This is a normal effect of cauterization. Take care not to prematurely remove this scab, otherwise scarring may occur. Allow the scab to fall off naturally over the next 1-3 weeks.
After the application
Moles only come back in extremely rare cases. It is possible, but it’s an exception.
It is unlikely to occur, but If the wound is oozing or infected, the normal healing process has stopped. Please contact our support. We advise you on what action to take or refer you to a dermatologist for further treatment.
Pink or red skin at the treatment site is normal and means that the skin is simply very thin and very well supplied with blood, which indicates healing is happening. Eventually your skin will return to normal color. Different skin tones usually balance each other within 30-90 days. However, in some cases it can take up to one year for skin tone to balance.
After the scab has fallen off begin applying vitamin E oil once a day to support the skin in the healing process.
You can resume exercise, even swimming, if as long as the treatment site is not irritated by moement, or the scab may come off too early. Be careful not to scratch the scab. Water sports in which the scab softens excessively should be avoided until the scab has fallen off. Take care that the scab is not accidentally removed by external impact, such as during contact sports. Apply a band aid for additional protection.
Too much sunlight (UV radiation) on the treatment area may delay the healing process. Cover the treatment site with a band-aid before prolongued sun exposure.
We advise against using make-up over the scab because there are many cosmetics with ingredients that delay or worsen the healing process. If you must use cosmetics over the area, use only gentle and natural cosmetics. When removing make up, take care to not rub too vigoriously and do not use make-up remover containing alcohol, so that the scab is not removed prematurely.
Alternatively, you can apply a small band-aid to cover the scab in lieu of cosmetics. If the scab has already fallen off, you may resume your typical use of cosmetics. We also advise you to use natural cosmetics or alternatively to treat the site with Aloe Vera.
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