A lot of people often wonder how to remove skin moles, as they can be unsightly and unattractive. Most of the time, skin moles are more of a nuisance than they are a health hazard, but people still want to remove them. There are many techniques that can be used to remove skin moles, from surgical to home remedies, so read on to find the technique that suits you.
To remove skin moles, you will need
- A doctor
- Castor Oil and Baking Soda
- Mole Removal Cream
- The most common method of mole removal is to remove it surgically. First you must go to a doctor and get a diagnosis. Depending on the size or depth of the mole, there are different procedures that are used, which include excision, laser removal, electrocautery, or simply using a freezing solution (such as nitrogen) and then shaving the mole off using a scalpel. The drawback to these procedures is that they can cause minor discomfort or pain, and can leave a scar (depending on the size of the mole) or scab—which will fade in time.
- If you are hesitant to remove a mole using surgical methods, home remedies exist that can remove skin moles. One method is to use castor oil and baking soda. Simply mix a tablespoon of castor oil with baking soda (until it forms a paste) and place it on your mole, sealing it with a bandage. Repeat this process every day for two weeks, and the appearance of the mole will begin to fade until it is hardly noticeable.
- Mole removal creams also exist, which can help remove moles naturally. These work by drying up the mole until it falls off. Of course, these may cause irritation which is why it is important to consult your dermatologist before using one.
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