Although not many doctors would readily endorse natural mole removal methods, they are cheap, easy and perfectly safe!
And the best part? Everything you need is already in your kitchen!
Read on to find out more about three amazing natural mole remedies.
But first - why home remedies?
Many people have tried home remedies for mole removal and claim they worked brilliantly. Because they don't cause any side effects, many people prefer them. Yes, there are many surgical procedures and treatments out there, but those are mainly for moles that your doctor has diagnosed as cancerous.
So how do you get rid of these pesky skin blemishes?
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Three kitchen secrets for mole removal
Honey is a very effective product to remove moles. All you need to do is apply a teaspoon of honey to the mole and leave for 15 to 30 minutes. Rinse off the honey with lukewarm water and a soft facecloth. Repeat this application daily until the moles begin to disappear.
Honey doesn’t contain anything that could cause an allergic reaction, so you be sure your skin is safe! However, watch out: Honey can turn your hair grey. If you’re worried about this, don’t use this product on moles located near your hair.
#2: Baking soda
This one is a little involved. Apply half a teaspoon of baking soda along with 4 to 5 drops of castor oil directly to your moles. Next, put a bandage over the area you have applied the mixture to. Repeating this procedure every day for one month almost guarantees wonderful results!
For best results, use this remedy in the evening, so you’re able to leave the bandage on overnight. Simply remove the bandage in the morning and rinse off the area with lukewarm water.
#3: Pineapple juice
Rubbing pineapple juice on skin moles four times a day will eventually cause them to fade. Simply slice pineapple into small, thin pieces and rub directly onto your moles. If possible, prepare fresh pineapple juice yourself and apply that directly instead.
Pineapple juice is completely safe to use on your moles and will not cause any charring, burning or stinging. It might, however, cause slight, very light, unnoticeable scarring.
There you have it. Before you turn to a dermatologist to cut out non-cancerous moles that you “just don’t like the look of”, try these simple home remedies instead.
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