8 Natural Remedies for Mole Removal at Home

behealthy February 5, 2013 0
8 Natural Remedies for Mole Removal at Home

Moles are a small spattering of cells that are usually a dark color such as brown or light brown, and they are usually benign. However depending on where the skin mole is situated it can often be more of a problem, for example if the mole is on an awkward spot on the face or neck and is scraped or bumped around very often. This can create a problem and prompt someone to seek a remedy for the removal of the skin lesion. Before you go to the trouble of medical assistance try out these natural remedies.

Since there is no danger with most moles, they are usually safe to remove at home, but, first make sure that it is not something dangerous. If the lesion which appears to be a mole is growing dramatically or changes shape and color in a quick period of time, than it might be something more dangerous than a regular mole and you should get medical treatment.

Here are some options for mole removal at home that have been passed down through out the years that are tested and true ways to find relief from your mole removal problem. These are safe to try for yourself.

Tea Tree Oil

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This is used in a wide variety of skin care products, in this method you add this oil directly onto your mole, massage it in and leave it to sit over night. You should repeat this every day for about a seven to ten days.

Castor Oil

Apply the castor oil onto your mole, making sure not to touch the skin around the mole itself. Repeat this for two to three weeks and the mole will eventually shrink and disappear.

Baking Soda

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When you use baking soda it is vital that you remember not to use baking powder or caustic soda. First you must clean the area with soap and warm water then you can dry the area gently. Next you want to use an emery board to scratch up the top of your mole, which is going to allow the baking soda to do its work.

Mix a tiny bit of water together with the baking soda and this will form a paste, put this on the mole itself and then cover it through out the night. Make sure to repeat this daily to get a good result. Do not worry if your skin tingles in the are where the baking soda is doing it’s work, this is normal.

Bloodroot

pasteBloodroot is an alkaloid that is used in a lot of wart removal creams. Make sure to cleanse the mole and the skin around it before you apply the bloodroot paste. Remember to put this mixture only on the lesion and not on the surrounding skin area.

Flax Seeds

After grounding your flax seeds into a fine powder you can mix it with flax seed oil and honey which will turn it into a paste that you can apply to your mole a few times a day.

Garlic

This is an extremely simple and surprising way to remove moles. One you have a piece of garlic that has been cut you rub it over your mole every day until you have the desired effect.

Apple Cider Vinegar

fruits near bottleThis is a wonderful natural remedy for a number of skin issues, and with the skin mole it is very simple. All you do is take a bit of apple cider vinegar onto to the skin mole using a cotton ball. Leave this for 15 minutes and then use warm water to rinse it off. You can do this several times through out the day, and in about a week you should have the desired results.

Onion Juice

Chop an onion and leave it in a container with salt over night, this will give you the onion juice. You then apply the onion juice to your skin mole in the evening, then cover it. In the morning rinse it with warm water, and repeat the process until the mole has fallen off.

There are a lot more methods for mole removal at home to try such as dandelion root, pineapple, milkweed, fig juice, Vitamin C, Tincture of Iodine, Coriander, Potatoes, Cashew fruit, Cauliflower Juice, Radish, aloe vera, white chalk and honey.



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