Home Remedy Mole Removal Methods

Home remedy mole removal or natural mole removal is an option to consider. It often leaves no scar and is considerably less than the cost of mole removal by a dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon.

If it’s a mole you have had since childhood or a very long time …and you do not overexpose yourself to the sun or Tanning Beds …and you are not at high risk for skin cancer, then very likely you are a candidate for home remedy mole removal.

If the Mole Looks Suspicious to you, is new or is changing then you should first have a dermatologist look at it. If it is found as being precancerous and you want it removed, then home remedy mole removal may be the best option.

If found to be cancerous, then, most definitely, have the dermatologist remove it.

Home remedy mole removal for face and body moles

There are a lot of natural mole removal remedies that can be used on a precancerous mole. They’ve been used since the days long before pharmaceutically produced creams and ointments, and still widely used today.

I personally have never had a mole to remove so I have never tried any of these remedies. I’ve searched around the web and found lots of testimonies from people who have used some of these remedies and found success. Their mole shrunk, scabbed over, fell off and left no scar.

Some do the job in a matter of days and some take up to a couple weeks. Some experience some burning or reddening of the surrounding skin, but I didn’t read about anyone complaining of pain. The redness goes away in time and can be helped with Aloe Vera gel or coconut oil. I have used aloe vera gel for redness or burns and have always had fast, pain free results.

Depending on the size of the mole, the remedy you choose and how well you do the treatment, it could leave a slight trace of discoloration where it was, but, most likely, a far better cosmetic look, especially for your face.

I’ll list a few things that have been used for home remedy mole removal

Apple Cider Vinegar – I have read of two different methods for this one. Before doing either one, first scratch the mole with a clean needle so the vinegar penetrates the mole and apply some Vaseline or Neosporin on the surrounding area. Be careful not to get Vaseline on the mole itself.

The first treatment is to soak a cotton swab in vinegar and tape it directly over the mole before going to bed. Remove it in the morning; repeat daily until gone.

The second method is to hold a cotton Q-Tip, soaked in the apple cider vinegar on the mole for about 20 minutes just before going to bed. In the morning do the same thing for about 10 minutes; repeat daily until gone.

Depending on the sensitivity of your skin, you may experience some burning on the surrounding area. Aloe vera gel helps heal the burn.

With both methods the mole fell off and they did experience some burning. Both people who did this were satisfied but they didn’t tell any more about how long it took the burning to go away.

Garlic – I have read different testimonies from some who have tried this treatment, using garlic juice or applying a sliced garlic clove. One person actually experienced his mole growing larger. My guess is, he might have had melanoma and I hope he saw a dermatologist immediately.

The next person had his moles fall off but it burned his skin and left dark scars.

A third person experienced the burning and also the scarring and was improvising his treatment daily. Some days he didn’t apply it at all , because of too much burning, and still on the sixth day all the skin from the mole was peeled off, the burning left and there was no scarring. The third person was happy.

Iodine – I read all good results for the use of Iodine as a natural mole removal. Apply it to the mole about 3 times a day after about a week. I only read of one person complain of some irritation on the surrounding skin.

For all of the home remedy removal methods mentioned above you should scratch the skin first with a needle and apply Vaseline to the surrounding skin.

If you need some guidance with this, there’s a really good guide available that paves the way for you to better understand what you are doing and brings you through a `step by step` program to effectively and successfully remove your mole/moles naturally, safe and effectively.

It’s a home remedy removal guide well worth having with lots of testimonies of home remedy mole removal methods, showing before and after pictures. ...A good reference source.

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