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Castor Oil Mole Removal | Mole and Skin Tag Removal

Castor Oil Mole Removal

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Lots of people think that a mole removal will require surgery however, this is not the case. It is possible to get rid of moles at home and in this article I aim to tell you just one way in which you can do this. Surgery can be costly and can result in pain afterwards, so finding a more natural way of removing your moles is a route that lots of people have started to do.

 

Caster oil is a very popular choice, simply because its not expensive, is not invasive and is also painless. It’s easy to apply (please see below) and will only take some weeks to show perfect results.

 

Applying It to the Area

Even if you have moles on your face you can use castor oil to remove them, that’s how natural it is. Application is easy, all you need to do is take a pad or ball of cotton wool and put some drops of castor oil on it. Wipe it over the mole you want to remove and make sure you do this at least twice a day for no less than 4 weeks.

 

Patience is the aim here, after some-time, you will notice that the mole will start to shrink and if you stick with it, the mole will soon fall off your skin. Do not pick at the mole once it becomes loose, you may contract an infection and it will be painful. Once the mole has fallen off, you may notice a red tinge to your skin; there is no need to worry about this and it will fade very quickly. You will not suffer with any bleeding or scabs.

 

Castor Oil and Baking Soda Paste

You will more than likely use this method for places on your body other than your face as you will be making a paste. You should mix the baking soda and castor oil until you have a pliable paste. Once you’re happy with the consistency you are ready to apply it to the mole you wish to remove. Make sure you put enough paste on so that the area of the mole is supple and moist.

 

The only slight downside to using this method is that you MUST leave the paste on the mole for 24 hours before washing it off. The upside to using this method compared to other forms of natural mole removal is that results will show very quickly and once you have applied the paste a few times, your mole could disappear within a few days.

 

Protecting Your Skin

As with any product, natural or otherwise, there is always a risk you may be allergic to some of the ingredients. For this reason, you should do a test on your skin using the castor oil or castor oil and baking soda paste. Apply some to an area of your skin that doesn’t have a mole and wait for 24 hours. If, after this time, you haven’t had a reaction, it’s safe to say your skin doesn’t mind it.

 

Should you have any concerns about this method of removing moles, it would be a good idea to go along and see your doctor before trying it.