We All Have Moles But What Should We Do About Them?tweet
Moles must be one of the most common conditions in the world as everyone has at least one while some have up to 40. Most moles develop during our lifetime but some 1% of people are born with moles and it is these congenital moles that might cause problems and even become cancerous in time.
Moles are normally brown or dark spots in the skin and they can be flat or raised. Many people go through life without giving their moles a second thought while other people would prefer to get rid of at least some of them if possible.
How to get rid of unwanted moles naturally
There are some excellent natural remedies available on line, especially those using essential oils, which you can use successfully in the comfort of your own home. The big advantage of a natural home remedy is that there will be no burning or scarring – unlike a chemical or excision solution. H-Moles from Healing Natural Oils is just such a formula which takes all the guess work out of a natural remedy and is delivered to your home ready to use and 100% safe and gentle.
Some old home remedies that have been handed down over the years
- Honey remedy – simply apply honey to the mole several times a day and it is said that the mole will eventually disappear completely.
- Walnut remedies – make some cuts into the outer shells of some walnuts and rub the juice that oozes out of these cuts onto the mole. The juice may cause a tingling sensation especially in those with a sensitive skin and you may notice the area become darker. This means the juice is working on the mole and the removal process has become.
- Apple cider vinegar remedy – you need to wash the mole with warm water for 15 to 20 minues because the skin around the mole needs to be supple. Then take some apple cider vinegar whch has been absorbed onto a cotton ball and leave it on the mole for 10 to 15 minutes. Wash off with clean water and dry the area completely. Repeat this procedure 4 times a day.
- Milkweed herb remedy – apply extract of the milkweed herb and then leave it on for the night. After a week’s treatment, you the mole may have whitened and be on the verge of disappearing.
- Dandelion root – cut the root of the dandelion, rub this root on the mole so that the milky juice covers the mole completely. Repeat two or three times per day – slowly the mole will detach from the skin and fall off.
- Pineapple juice – apply the juice from a fresh pineapple to the mole at night and leave it on the skin while you sleep. Wash off in the morning.
- Baking soda and caster oil – make a paste with a pinch of baking soda and couple of drops of caster oil and apply to the mole. Leave on overnight. Repeat every night until you find the moles have disappeared.
- Garlic – cut a single clove of garlic into 2 halves and place a slice on the mole so that the cut side is in contact with the mole. Leave it on overnight tied with a cloth bandage and continue for some days.
- Tincture of Iodine – again a nightly application of this tincture over 2-3 days may see the start of the disappearance of your mole.
- Drumstick pods and lime juice – make these 2 ingredients into a paste and apply to any moles continuously so that the moles start to thin and disappear.
- Roasted pomegranate fruit and lime juice – Mixing equal amounts of these 2 ingredients into a paste and applying to your moles for several nights is another home remedy to try.
- Grapefruit – squeeze for juice and apply to moles repeatedly several times per day and within a month, your moles could disappear.
- Aloe Vera gel – use by applying to a mole with a cotton bandage and leaving for 3 hours so that it is completely absorbed. Then apply more using a fresh bandage. After several weeks, the moles could have gone.
Always keep an eye on your moles and see a doctor or dermatologist if you notice that a mole changes size, shape or color; if it bleeds or becomes itchy or painful; of if moles suddenly appear after the age of twenty.