Moles though not cancerous, are often a cause of worry for people who’ve it. These skin growths which can appear anywhere in the body have been said to be caused by pigment-producing cells (melanocytes).

Warts on the other hand are caused by certain strains of the human papilloma virus (HPV). HPV causes too much keratin (a hard protein) to develop in the top skin layer (epidermis). The extra keratin produces the rough, hard texture of a wart.

Presently, a product ‘Lenaro Bee Venom Mole and Wart Treatment Cream’ is being promoted online as a remedy for moles and warts. The cream which comes in an ointment form is said to shed warts, skin tags, and moles naturally.

About Lenaro Bee Venom Mole and Wart Treatment Cream

Sold on different websites;,,, and advertised on YouTube, Facebook, etc, The Lenaro Mole treatment cream is touted as an organic and pain-free way of getting rid of moles, skin tags, and warts.

It is said to be created by a team of dermatobiologist who after extensive research came up with the bee venom treatment.

The following features are also advertised;

  • recommended by dermatologists
  • developed and manufactured in the USA in NIH registered laboratories
  • cruelty free
  • scar free and pain free
  • promotes regeneration of new skin

This might seem like a dream come true for lots of people who are looking for ways to get rid of moles, warts, etc., but it’s sadly a scam.

Is The Lenaro Mole & Wart Treatment Cream a Scam?

Though the Lenaro might seem like a genuine product to buy, it’s actually a scam sold with deceptive marketing. Firstly, there’s no research backing the efficiency of bee venom in getting rid of skin growths. Bee venom is given as a shot for bee sting allergy. It is also used for osteoarthritis, Parkinson disease, multiple sclerosis (MS), nerve pain, and other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.

Secondly, most products marketed as mole and warts removal usually contain high concentrations of salicylic acid or other potentially dangerous substances. These products often don’t remove the skin growth, or don’t remove all of it. Worse, even if the lesion falls off, there could be permanent injury to the surrounding skin, such as scarring or discoloration. 

Thirdly, there are no approved prescription, ointment or over-the-counter (OTC) drugs for treating moles, warts, seborrheic keratoses, or skin tags. Meanwhile, on a 2022 post, the FDA is advising consumers to avoid these products because of their potentially harmful side effects and serious risks. These risks include skin injuries, infection requiring antibiotics, scarring, and delayed skin cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Red Flags

Fake Before & After Photos

The pictures displayed on the websites promoting this product are fake. Reverse image search showed the exact images have been used by other brands.

Fake 30 Day Money-Back Guarantee

The websites claims customers can send their package back and get a full refund, if they’re not satisfied with the product. However, from past experience it’s impossible sending it back. Once you make a payment and receive the order, the online stores don’t respond to further email.

Suspicious Nature

The three websites currently selling this product are, and Interestingly, they all share same thing in common;

  • Unclickable websites – So potential customers can’t make a reverse image search on the before and after images used.
  • No social media presence
  • Negative reviews from customers
  • Bait and switch scam – Delivers an inferior item from what was paid for
  • Recently registered websites – all registered barely few months ago, and as such lacks reputation.

Why You Should Protect Yourself from The Lenaro Bee Venom Treatment Scam

Lenaro Bee Venom Mole and Wart Treatment cream falls under the category of deceptive marketing. The manufacturers use a false dermatologist invention story and limited discount offer to bait buyers on YouTube, Facebook, and other social media platforms.

The Ad displays before and after pictures of mole removals which were stolen online from surgical treatment websites. The positive reviews on the websites are all scripted and not from real buyers.

In reality, the Lenaro treatment cream isn’t a safe or effective mole removal remedy. It isn’t approved by the FDA or any regulatory bodies. Aside from being ineffective, it could cause scarring, discoloration or permanent injury on the site applied.

Buyers of this product could also be a victim of

  • unauthorized charges on their credit cards (the websites often pad customers bill and charge for items not ordered)
  • Automatic VIP membership subscription – Some dubious online stores often add customers into a subscription plan without their notice. Victims get charged a monthly subscription fee for unwanted items such as online health magazines, keto pills, etc.
  • No delivery of item or delivery of inferior product
  • Zero feedback from the company

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Lenaro Bee Venom Mole & Wart Treatment Manufactured?

The Lenaro Mole treatment cream isn’t manufactured in USA as claimed. It’s a generic product mass-produced in China and sold under different names by various ecommerce sites online

Does The Lenaro Bee Venom Treatment work for Mole Removal?

There’s no evidence that prove the cream works. Research and studies on Bee Venom doesn’t show a successful result in getting rid of moles, warts, and other skin tags.

What are the side effects?

The Lenaro Bee Venom Mole & Wart treatment cream could cause scarring, skin irritation, discoloration, and permanent injury. This is due to ingredients in it, such as salicylic acid.

Lenaro Mole Treatment Ingredients list

bee venom, salicylic acid, tea tree oil, borneol, arborvitae leaf extract

The Bottom Line

Lenaro Bee Venom Mole & Wart treatment cream is an unsafe ointment sold with deceptive marketing.This product isn’t approved by the FDA or any health regulatory body and could lead to serious side effects like skin irritation, scarring, discolouration, etc.

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By Judith Davidson

I am Judith Davidson, a Cyber Security Professional. I am the founder, Investigator and Author of I started working as a Cyber Fraud Researcher in 2019 when I saw lots of people falling victims to fraudulent websites pretending to sell disinfectants, masks and wipes during the Covid19 pandemic. Since then, I've saved millions of people from online scams.

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