How to fade skin moles

Updated March 23, 2017

Depending on where skin moles are located on the body, they may be unsightly and sometimes cause embarrassment. It is easy to cover them with make-up, but long term this can become a hassle. Many skin moles can be faded through a simple process at home.

Apply the juice of a sour apple to the mole. Extract the juice and apply several times a day. The mole will begin to fade after three weeks of regular application.

Put chunks of cauliflower in a blender to make a liquid. Apply this solution and rub into the mole daily. The mole will fade as skin peels from the area.

Mix equal parts of baking soda and castor oil to form a paste. Apply the paste to the mole at night before going to bed and wash off in the morning. Follow this routine for about a week and the mole will begin to fade.


Some moles may be cancerous. Although most are not, all unusual moles should be checked by a doctor before any at home treatment is started.

Things You'll Need

  • Apples
  • Cauliflower
  • Blender
  • Castor oil
  • Baking soda
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Jessica Leigh is a professional writer with works published for "The Houston Chronicle" and various websites. In addition to pursuing a degree in legal studies she has years of experience in the financial industry as a tax preparer.