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How to remove moles with cauliflower

Updated April 17, 2017

Melanocyte cells are distributed throughout your skin, producing the pigments that make your skin tan from sun exposure. Your skin grows moles when melanocytes grow in a group. Doctors use a scalpel or laser to remove unwanted or precancerous moles, but you can try to remove bothersome moles on your skin with a cauliflower home remedy.

Place a few heads of cauliflower in a blender and pulp them until you see the juice gathering at the bottom of the blender.

Pour the contents of the blender through a strainer or cheesecloth to separate out the pulp.

Rub the cauliflower juice on your mole every day until it disappears. The mole should peel and eventually fall off.

Warning

Have your doctor examine moles that suddenly appear or old moles that change colour or shape. They could indicate skin cancer.

Things You'll Need

  • Cauliflower
  • Blender
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James McElroy began his journalism career in 2001 and his stories have appeared in newspapers around the world, including "The Columbus Dispatch" and "The Star-Ledger." He studied journalism at the E.W. Scripps Graduate School of Journalism at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio.