How to Get Rid of Skin Moles at Home Naturally - A Must Watch Video

There’s nothing classy about the name of this non-cancerous growth: mole.

These ugly landmarks can suddenly appear anywhere on the body. While they normally don’t pose a health risk, they are still a nuisance.

So what are they and why did they set up camp on your body? They are an accumulation of skin cells produced by melanin.

These pigmented clumps of skin can be black, brown or even flesh colored. How did they come to be? Often, it’s genetic. Other factors are sun exposure and hormonal changes.

If you notice moles that don’t fit the colors mentioned, and have asymmetrical shapes and borders, consult your dermatologist immediately.

Some moles have a different agenda; one day they just pack up and go away. Most people leave them alone, unless they are prominent and cause emotional discomfort. Moles are often removed for cosmetic purposes but the procedure can be painful, and create side effects.

Before you schedule an appointment, why not try a home remedy? In today’s video we will walk you through the steps to creating your own remedy using baking soda.

1. Baking Soda Paste
2. Baking Soda and Apple Cider Vinegar
3. Baking Soda and Castor Oil

Tips to preventing the reoccurrence of moles

Those with sensitive skin should be careful when applying one of these topical solutions; if you have any negative reaction – stop using it.
Avoid excessing exposure to the sun;
Apply sunscreen with high SPF if your plans will take you outdoors for a long period of time;
Never scratch or pick at moles.
Never attempt a do-it-yourself surgical removal
Avoid tanning beds
Eat plenty of foods high in potassium and citric acid. These 2 compounds can inhibit mole growth and can reduce ones already present.

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