Mole removal: a guide
to natural treatment
Moles are natural, then why look anywhere else besides an all natural method for mole removal? Well, I remember my grandmother’s words- “Where there is a will, there is a way”. Professional methods of removing moles generally cause scarring, and they are costly too. If your mole is non cancerous, you find yourself attracted to a natural at home remedy for removal. There are countless remedies and below are just a few. Some items you may need:
• Apple Cider or Vinegar
• Cotton swabs & Bandage
What you need to do:
See how big your mole is. Ask a dermatologist about the mole. Follow what he says after the diagnosis. If surgery is the only option, let the experts do their job otherwise if surgery is not necessary, you can choose any natural remedy.
Select the option that your research points you in the direction of. Once you have picked the method, gather the ingredients required. Do not forget to include bandages and cotton swabs on your list.
Apply your natural ingredient over the mole and cover it with a bandage. Keep that paste over the mole for the whole night, repeating the process for several nights until the mole scabs up and naturally falls off.
Whether you use cauliflower, pineapple, castor oil, apple cider or fig juice, extract the juice out of it and soak a cotton in it. Apply it over the mole regularly and at least four to five times a day and the rest will take care of itself. Let if naturally heal on its own to avoid scaring.
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