How to fade skin moles

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How to fade skin moles
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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.

Warning

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.

Tips and warnings

  • 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.
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