How Do You Put Vitamin C On A Skin Mole?

How do you put vitamin C on a mole? That is actually determined by the type of vitamin C you are using. Are you going for the quick and easy pre-made vitamin C, or are you heading to the kitchen to whip up a fresh batch? As you know, vitamin C is in almost every fruit and vegetable on the planet- some have more C than others. Can you extract the “C” alone? Perhaps in a lab, but your kitchen is not equipped for this task. Thank goodness someone has figured out how to do just that.

 Purchase the Vitamin C Oil, it’s a bit costly for a few ounces, but if you are treating numerous moles you may need it. Vitamin C cream is less expensive and less potent, and may take longer to get you the desired results.

 Follow these instructions to apply Vitamin C to your mole.

  1. Clean the area you well before applying.
  2. Do not scratch or irritate the area. Vitamin C contains acid and it may cause irritation.
  3. Use a Q-Tip to apply the oil, you may also use your finger-sanitize your hands first.
  4. Do not cover the affected area.
  5. You may need to reapply – read the directions on the label- your skin may react to the acidity of the Vitamin C.
  6. Discontinue use if an unusual amount of irritation occurs.
  7. See a dermatologist if you are uncertain about what type of mole this is.
  8. Be mindful of what you eat, diet plays apart in what ultimately appears on your skin.
  9. You’ve heard this time and time again- drink water, water, water.
  10. Give extra attention to your skin that may be all it needs.
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