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Gotucream (2 fl oz) – Organic Keloid Treatment Cream

$58.00

Herbal and organic Keloid treatment skin cream. Contains tea tree oil and other herbal oils and extracts for fast results.

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Got Keloids? Do not worry!

Gotucream is here to help! Gotucream is not an ordinary cream for Keloids. Gotucream brings such rapid relief from Keloids related pain, irritation, bumps & scarring that users and experts are left equally amazed. Gotucream is a 100% safe, natural and organic cream with active ingredients backed by an incredible 200+ clinical studies. In addition, results from Gotucream are backed by a solid 180 day money back guarantee.
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Our Guarantee

Here’s our simple promise to you. If your Keloids do not improve within just three days of using Gotucream, simply get a refund of all your money back through our hassle-free refund policy!

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10 Things That Make Gotucream The Best Choice For Keloids

Here are 10 things that make Gotucream the number one choice for Keloids all over the world:

Results Within Hours

Unlike ordinary Keloids products, you won't have to wait days or weeks before seeing your first results. With Gotucream you will see your Keloids symptoms remarkably improve within just hours of first use and more complete relief within just one week.

Natural Ingredients

Gotucream contains a powerful combination of active herbal ingredients known from thousands of years of traditional herbal medicine to bring you 100% natural relief.

Backed By Science

Gotucream only uses ingredients that, in addition to traditional evidence, are further verified by multiple clinical studies for their safety and effectiveness.

Certified Organic

The active herbal ingredients of Gotucream are gently hand blended in a natural cream base that is free of harmful chemicals or parabens.

Penetrates Deep

Unlike other products that are unable to reach deep, thanks to its special base, Gotucream instantly penetrates the skin to heal your Keloids from the inside out.

No Side Effects

Gotucream is a natural product and has no reported side effects to date. This is in complete contrast to other products that are non-organic and contain harmful chemicals.

Feels & Smells Great

Gotucream is non-greasy and smells so nice that you will be pleasantly surprised.

For All Severities of Keloids

Gotucream is formulated to bring relief to even the most severe Keloid symptoms with ease. It is the strongest formula available without the need of any prescription.

Suitable For Everyone

Gotucream is suitable for use on all skin types of all colors, genders and ages. You can safely use Gotucream on children just like for adults.

180 Day Money Back Guaranteed

Gotucream comes with a simple 180 day money back guarantee. If you are not happy for any reason please claim a refund with no questions asked. Your purchase is 100% risk free!

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The story of Gotucream®.

An ancient wonder proven by science

Since ancient times humans have used countless herbs for healing. Out of all these thousands of herbs, through a long process of trial and error, some proved highly effective in the improvement of various skin conditions. Among these were herbs that proved remarkably effective in fixing skin problems arising from conditions like Keloids. Gotucream consists of such herbs blended together in a specific and optimal proportion to maximize effectiveness. Gotucream is backed by an astonishing number of scientific research studies conducted on the dermatological effectiveness of its remarkable plant ingredients that have passed the difficult test of time with the highest grades.

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Inside Gotucream.

The natural & organic ingredients

Gotucream contains a high concentration of active natural ingredients gently hand blended in a super absorbent certified organic base to heal Keloids at record speed.

Gotu Kola

Commonly known as mandukparni or Indian pennywort or jalbrahmi, it has been used as a medicine in the Ayurvedic tradition of India for thousands of years and listed in the historic ‘Sushruta Samhita’, an ancient Indian medical text. The herb is also used by the people of Java and other Indonesian islands. In China, Gotu Kola is one of the reported “miracle elixirs of life” known over 2000 years ago

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is one of the oldest medicinal plants in history. According to Hindu legend it came from the Garden of Paradise. For centuries it has amazed people with its wide range of healing powers and known as the ‘holy herb’. Alexander the Great, upon the advice of Aristotle, conquered the island of Socotra, off the coast of Africa, just to secure supplies of Aloe Vera.

Tea Tree Oil

Native to Australia, Tea Tree has been used in traditional Aboriginal medicine for centuries. More recently, during WWII, Australian soldiers would carry tea tree oil in their first aid kits to treat their wounds. It was so popular during that time that anyone who was in the business of producing Tea Tree oil was exempt from the drafts so they were free to keep producing Tea Tree .

Neem

Neem is native to the Indian subcontinent and to dry areas throughout South Asia. The plant has been used in the traditional medicine of India for centuries. Most of the parts of the plant such as fruits, seeds, leaves, bark and roots contain compounds with proven antiseptic, antiviral, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, antiulcer and antifungal properties. Its significance as a healing plantis simply immense.

Cedarwood

Cedarwood has been used by various cultures, such as Native American and Tibetan communities, to address ailments. In Ancient Egypt, Cedarwood’s antimicrobial and insecticidal properties made it valuable for use in mummifying procedures. In these and other societies, Cedarwood was also used to relax the body and mind, making it ideal for religious ceremonies and spiritual practices.

Grapeseed

Grapeseed oil comes from the pressed seeds of grapes. The oil is a by-product of the process of making wine. It’s known for its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antioxidant properties. These properties, along with the high amounts of omega chain fatty acids and vitamin E contained in grapeseed oil, make it a powerful topical treatment for skin.

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Gotucream Is Special

5 Facts About The Making Of Gotucream®

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Gotucream is gently blended by hand in Scotland, United Kingdom, using the finest organic ingredients.
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Gotucream Reviews & Ratings

Janice R.
Janice R.
California, USA
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"Thank you for providing a wonderful product. It helped me immensely."
Alan E.
Alan E.
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"I got quick and fantastic results with Gotucream."
Diana D.
Diana D.
Florida, USA
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"Happy with the outcome. In fact better than my expectations."
Gregory D.
Gregory D.
New York, USA
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"Gotucream is a strong product. Highly effective."
Karen D.
Karen D.
Pennsylvania, USA
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"With Gotucream I eventually manged to find the right solution."
Charles K.
Charles K.
Illinois, USA
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"Gotucream is natural healing at its best!"
Bruce D.
Bruce D.
Ohio, USA
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"I didnt think any product stood a chance for my condition but Gotucream has done the impossible."
Kevin L.
Kevin L.
Georgia, USA
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"Gotucream has taken away a huge problem of my life.."
Nicole K.
Nicole K.
California, USA
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"I was reluctant to pay any more money for my issue but I am glad I gave Gotucream a shot. "
Deborah C.
Deborah C.
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"I was quite lucky to stumble upon your product."
Randy A.
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"I am more than happy with Gotucream."
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Andrew D.
Andrew D.
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"Gotucream was a last hope for me and I am fortunate to have given it a try."
Lauren D.
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"Astounding results! cannot complain.!"
Janet M.
Janet M.
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"It worked instantly."
Margaret J.
Margaret J.
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"Thank you. My skin is much better."
Juan D.
Juan D.
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"I wish I had found something like Gotucream a long time ago."
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Gotucream Frequently Asked Questions

Gotucream is designed as a fast acting cream that goes to work instantly upon application. You should see and feel a noticeable improvement within a few hours of your first application. Complete relief depends upon the severity of the condition and can take one to three weeks depending upon the case.

Gotcucream is really simple to use. Wash the skin area needing treatment with plain water. Once the skin is dry, take some Gotucream with your fingers and gently rub it on the area needing treatment. Once the cream is absorbed into the skin, leave it on for eight  hours. Then wash the skin again and apply as before. Thrice a day application is enough.

On average a 2 oz jar should last 4 weeks to treat a skin area of 25 square inches. Most people go for our larger 8 oz jar for greater savings, specially if they need to treat a larger area of skin than 25 sq inches.

Yes, as long as it is administered by an adult so that infants do not swallow the cream. Gotucream is only for topical application and should not be ingested.

Gotucream is not a prescription product and is available as an over the counter natural skin cream. Therefore, we do not offer insurance payments at the moment.

Yes, we are able to ship to all countries in the world, except a few sanctioned countries by the USA government.

Your Gotucream purchase is  100% risk free via our 180 day money back guarantee. We have made the refund process as simple as possible. If you are not happy with your purchase for any reason whatsoever, just return the remaining portion of your cream in the jar that it came, along with the receipt (if available) and send it back to the address you received it from (see your package). We will instantly refund all your money.

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Our Hassle Free 180 Days Refund Policy

If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase of Gotucream, simply fill this simple refund form. It takes less than 30 seconds! Click here for the refund form.

 As soon as we receive your refund request, we will credit your money back to the card you used to make the payment. Please allow 3 to 5 business days for the amount to show back in your account. It is our endeavour to see you satisfied with your purchase and go to any length to ensure this.

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An astonishing 200+ clinical studies!

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Following is a non-exhaustive list of clinical research behind the active herbal ingredients of Gotucream. The research is cited here as a reference only and is not meant to constitue a subsitute for professional medical advice.

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67 reviews for Gotucream (2 fl oz) – Organic Keloid Treatment Cream

  1. Fannie Porter (Verified Review)

    I developed a rather large Keloid from Gallbladder surgery right underneath and center of my breasts. Wearing a bra and clothes that touch, the pain and itch sometimes is near unbearable. Your cream, so far, is the only thing that Ive found that brings almost instant relief.

  2. sean malone (Verified Review)

    It eased the pain but Im not seeing shrinkage of keloids. I apply the cream everyday after shower.

  3. Ndikumana Leonidas (Verified Review)

    None

  4. ernest wade (Verified Review)

    Great product worked for well

  5. Patricia Townsend (Verified Review)

    I like the cream it really help with bringing down the swelling of my keloid, I actually like the smell as well.

  6. FU KEE KAI (Verified Review)

    I only apply the cream to control seemingly needle pricking sensation which are discomforting. I do not apply daily.

  7. Dorshay Brown (Verified Review)

    The gotucream work some. Its not enough though. Good product though.

  8. Ashley Hubback (Verified Review)

    it soothed my keloid scars as it took away the constant burning.

  9. matty mei (Verified Review)

    It seems useful. Id buy it again to see.

  10. Jerrina Smith (Verified Review)

    I got amazing results. And just like it says, before you finish the jar your scarring/keloids are gone.

  11. Valeri Balabaev (Verified Review)

    Not miraculous but seems to be alright.

  12. Penny Fetterman (Verified Review)

    Works well, thanks
    I gave 2 jars to a friend, she says its helping her too.

  13. Jesse McCarther (Verified Review)

    Great for me.

  14. Ishilla Washington (Verified Review)

    I was a little skeptical at first. But, Gotucream really works!!!

  15. Lorraine Jackson (Verified Review)

    Cream worked pretty good

  16. Ogechukwu Ezeibe (Verified Review)

    It really worked, but one has to be consistent, mine was a deep burn so it requires like 3 bottles of gotucream for complete healing.

  17. Luke I Scott (Verified Review)

    I can see your little improvement

  18. Jesse McCarther (Verified Review)

    Reduced inching by 70%.

  19. Ashley Hubback (Verified Review)

    Thankyou so much for this product! Nothing Ive ever tried has given me relief from my keloid scars. I use gotu cream twice a day and it stops the burning and itching! Gotu cream is remarkable!

  20. Ramachandran C L (Verified Review)

    Its just 15 days its slowly working..

  21. Christopher Hicks (Verified Review)

    Took me years to find something for my keloid. This stuff works instantly you will not regret getting it. I feel much better now in public. It has all natural ingredients and herbs. Your skin will not say no. It heals.

  22. Walter Mystere (Verified Review)

    Great

  23. Robert Tanner (Verified Review)

    Relief was fast and lasted all night.

  24. Robin Kersey (Verified Review)

    I call it my ” miracle ” cream, after recent surgery, I would apply to areas to relieve pain and soreness. I found it also works on other skin problems and has greatly reduced the appearance of scarring.

  25. Joshua Neizer (Verified Review)

    Worked perfectly

  26. Anonymous (Verified Review)

    Relieves the itching and burning

  27. Ramachandran C L (Verified Review)

    Its working well on my keloids wound..The itching is reduced considerably..It will take some time…slowly healing….

  28. Judith (Verified Review)

    This stuff is miraculous. I am still experiencing pain, but it the pseudohernia thats still hurting. I purchased this cream 2 months into my adventure with Shingles, encephalitis, and the hernia, and the cream was a Godsend! Except for the hernia, which can last months-and-months, and even years, I will recommend Gotu Cream to anyone I know whos suffering like I did. Great product, people!

  29. Delsa L. (Verified Review)

    It shrunk my keloid significantly. I do not know if it will grow back if I stop putting the cream.

    Keloid
  30. Ramachandran C L (Verified Review)

    The cream is working well on my keloids it is slowly disappearing .I have liked the product

    Keloid
  31. Joshua (Verified Review)

    Very good product

    general
  32. James Holladay (Verified Review)

    Stopped the burning and itching fast. Does have a strange smell not bad just strange.Hoping it will flatten out the scare with more use.

    general Itching
  33. Michael Clancy (Verified Review)

    This is the best solution for my skin disorder ever. Suffice it to say, what I have had for over forty-five years has completely been mitigated due to The Gotucream that was applied. Amazing, what was contracted 45 yrs ago in S.E. Asia was eradicated by a beautiful Scottish save. Words do not express the satisfaction in this experience.
    Gratitude is what I wish to express. Try it, you will be well served, promise.

    general
  34. joann bishop mccrory (Verified Review)

    My doctor sent me to a wound center for evaluation of the pressure sore..he told me I had done a good job trying to heal it. I told him it was w the help of gotucream!

    Skin_Ulcer
  35. Anonymous (Verified Review)

    This cream is amazing for keloids.

    Keloid
  36. Wanda C. (Verified Review)

    Gotucream has the perfect ingredients I was looking for to apply on my skin and scars. It is soothing and I feel it working with its organic scents. I am very satisfied. I see it working and also see the change in my scar.

    Acne_Scar Keloid
  37. Loretta M. (Verified Review)

    This product is really great!! I first had my doubts since Ive been told theres nothing I can do with keloids. So far I have been using it for 2 weeks twice a day and Ive seen great results!!! I have 5 keloids that were the size of grapes maybe a little bigger and now they are about half a size of grapes!!! I am looking forward to more results thank you so much

  38. Anonymous (Verified Review)

    Scar appears to be disappearing nicely

    Keloid
  39. Lataya R. (Verified Review)

    I love this product and it works fast. worth every penny

    general
  40. Earnest Davis (Verified Review)

    So far it seems to work great, starting to clear up after three weeks of use

  41. Jon (Verified Review)

    This was for my wifes “keloids” it seams to be good, it stopped the itching.

  42. Jordan (Verified Review)

    Works well, have been using for a little under a month. Scars starting to fade, unsure if Ill need another jar. I use 1-2x a day. Smells good.

  43. Diane D. (Verified Review)

    Its working pretty well, but my 1 inch keloid area keeps coming up, its been about a month of using it two times a day.

  44. Linda S. (Verified Review)

    I see a decrease in size! I am curious about which ingredient may be similar to catnip. When I open the jar, my cat goes into a frenzy.

  45. Anonymous (Verified Review)

    Helps eliminate after 3 weeks of constant use but not completely. More like a 3.5 rating

  46. Anonymous (Verified Review)

    Ive only been using Gotucream for a little over a month, and Im impressed! I have noticed my keloids getting, gradually, smaller/flatter! I tried cortisone injections for over a year they worked but, then then the scars would come right back! I feel that this cream will get rid of them for good! I will be ordering another bottle soon. Very happy customer!

  47. Allene Conner (Verified Review)

    Skin feels moisturized. Made my keloid stop itching.

  48. Kimberly Johnson (Verified Review)

    Although , I am getting injection the cream seem to be enhancing the process…I also put it all over my face. Very please with overall performance….thanks

  49. Jake W. (Verified Review)

    This cream is amazing, after suffering for years with a skin disease, after spending money on doctors I was able to finally get relief through gotucream! I honestly recommend this product, I thank God for the makers of this cream,

  50. Christina Gaytan (Verified Review)

    this cream has changed my life, the more I apply it the better results I get. I apply it 2-4 times a day and it has been BEYOND WONDERFUL !!!

  51. Connie S. (Verified Review)

    I love that the cream is organic and soaks into my skin. Im using it on old stretch marks, and also moles I have had removed. It is faded the red from the mole removal. I really like this product. Thank you.

  52. Anonymous (Verified Review)

    This stuff really works youll have to try it to believe it trust me !!

  53. Anonymous (Verified Review)

    Thus far, the results that I am getting far exceeds countless painful visits to the dermatologist! GOD knows what I need and when I need it! HALLELUJAH!!

  54. Anonymous (Verified Review)

    The cream resolved my issue in 2 or 3 days. Anytime the scar gets painful or itchy I apply the cream and it resolves the concern. Thank you.

  55. Robert W. (Verified Review)

    It is a great product and has really helped my rosacea.

  56. Anonymous (Verified Review)

    works well on skin tags and barnacles

  57. Kevin J. (Verified Review)

    I am actually amazed. Working gradually on my 40-year old scars (thanks, Acutane :/)

  58. Dawn F. (Verified Review)

    Works great on skin aiments.

  59. Willis McAllister (Verified Review)

  60. Anonymous (Verified Review)

    The cream does help with the itching and pain. However there is no quick fix you have to use continually. But you do get relief. I plan to purchase more. Good product.

  61. Anonymous (Verified Review)

    worked great

  62. jonathan golab (Verified Review)

    Very pleasant smell, adequate amount of cream, seems to be helpful on the scar. Scars are scars, I don’t expect miracles, but I would recommned.

  63. Jean Ulysse (Verified Review)

    Anyways I still use it I am waiting for the result

  64. Carrie Gazzaruso (Verified Review)

    I love that cream it’s a miracle cream that is getting rid of my scars

  65. Robbie Stein (Verified Review)

    I Have nummular excema with raised keloids. This is a natural product that breaks them down! I’m using it for a few weeks and notice improvement. It’s worth a try. It certainly beats a steroid cream

  66. Anonymous (Verified Review)

    Working

  67. Ethel Billups (Verified Review)

    This is the best cream I’ve used for my skin when it’s itching and stinging.I would rate this a 10.I love it.

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