When you have an unsightly mole somewhere on your body, you may want to get rid of it. Luckily, there are some things you can do at home to make sure that your mole goes away. Here are some remedies that you can use to remove your mole in a natural way.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple Cider Vinegar is a popular way to remove moles and other skin issues. The acetic acid in apple cider vinegar can help to break down the mole. Simply dip a cotton ball into apple cider vinegar and apply the cotton ball to your mole. Hold it in place with an adhesive bandage and take the bandage off after a few hours so that your skin is allowed to breathe. Your mole may seem to get worse at first, but that is because the vinegar is working to disrupt the mole.
Garlic is another way to get rid of any moles you may have. To do this, you simply have to put crush a clove of garlic, apply it to the mole, and hold it in place with an adhesive bandage for a few hours every day. However, it's important to protect the skin around the mole with vaseline so that the garlic will not affect the rest of your skin.
Oil of Oregano
Oil of Oregano is a natural antifungal and antibacterial compound that can also work to get rid of a mole. It is very strong, so for your comfort it is best to dilute it with another oil, such as olive oil or almond oil. Using a cotton swab, mix together a few drops of oregano oil and whatever diluting oil you choose, and then use the cotton swab to apply the mixture to the mole on your face. Your skin should absorb the oil. Do this every day, and over time you should see the mole disappear.
Castor Oil and Baking Soda
Castor oil and baking soda can work to dissolve moles on your face. A few drops of castor oil mixed with a bit of baking soda will create a paste that you can apply to your mole with a cotton swab. You might want to apply the paste every night and then wash it off in the morning until the mole is gone.
Use the tips in this article to help you remove your mole over time. If you want to have an immediate removal of your mole, head to your doctor, like those at Advanced Dermatology & Skin Cancer Specialists, and inquire about an in-office procedure.Share