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- QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
- POPULAR REMEDIES
- ACV, Garlic and Iodine
- Anti-Dandruff Shampoo
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Apple Cider Vinegar and Garlic
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Hydrogen Peroxide
- Bag Balm
- Banana Peels
- Bloodroot Paste
- Castor Oil
- Castor Oil and Baking Soda
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- Garlic, Apple Cider Vinegar and Hydrogen Peroxide
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- General Feedback
- Herbal Creams
- Horse Tail Hair
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- Hydrogen Peroxide, Aloe Vera
- Iodine, Tea Tree Oil
- Malt Vinegar, Vitamin C Powder
- Remedies Needed
- Salycilic Acid
- Scratch and Apply Salt
- Ted's Mole Theory
- The String Method
- Vitamin E
Apple Cider Vinegar Treatment for Moles
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Cotton Swab (Q-Tip)
- Emery Board
Abrade the mole lightly with an emery board or the like, and then soak a cotton swab in apple cider vinegar. Avoiding the healthy skin, apply the vinegar to the mole until it turns white. You can do this several times a day, but take it slowly at first. The mole will scab over a bit and eventually begin to flake off, though you may still need to continue treatment until the mole is completely gone.
|BETTER BUT WITH SIDE EFFECTS (12)||7%|
|BETTER BUT NOT CURED (7)||4%|
|WORKED TEMPORARILY (5)||3%|
|SIDE EFFECT (1)||1%|
[YEA] Apple Cider Vinegar removed two flat very dark moles in about two weeks. I applied the ACV overnight consecutively for about a week and a half, and once they both scabbed up (they became very black and a little hard), I did not touch them. Then a week later, both fell off! The skin is still red, but both moles are completely gone. The most importnat thing is is that you don't pull at the scab and take it off yourself too early, otherwise you might only get half the mole and it increases the risk of scarring. You really have to be patient, and put up with the scabs until they fall off. Thank you soo much Earth Clinic, I love this site!! :)
[YEA] ACV Removed my pea size mole in 2 1/2 days only a small red area left that is turning lighter every day, I recomend trying ACV it is cheap and does not take that long, Plus there is very little pain through the whole process.
[BETTER BUT NOT CURED] So i tried this, and it did remove my mole, BUT it wasn't completely off, so now its a big scar with tiny moles under the skin, but atleast it worked ! :)
Can I remove my other mole by doing this process SLOWlY, (like maybe weeks or months depending) and only dab it in the daytime when I am awake and can continue wetting my mole with ACV ? Can I also do this on a FLAT MOLE without getting a scar ? Help pls ? Has anyone tried this on a small flat mole, and was not scarred ??? Thanks in advance ! xD
[YEA] After reading about some "yeas" concerning the use of apple cider vinegar to remove moles, I decided to try it. It really, really works! I had an irritating mole center bottom of my sternum that I covered with a tiny piece of cotton drenched with apple cider vinegar. It fell off in 3 days. No scar, no scab... smooth as silk. I reapplied the cider 2-3x a day and kept it covered until it was gone.
[YEA] Apple Cider Vinegar removed a mole in 7 days!!! I have to admit, though I am very interested in natural remedies, I was very skeptical that just simple ACV could help to remove a mole. But, for just a few dollars spent on band aids and ACV, why not give it a try?
What I did:
Used a sterile needle to "rough up the skin a bit" over the mole, just break the skin a little, but not try to make it bleed. Then I used a corner piece of tissue and folded it 3-4 times and made it into a neat square. Then I put some ACV into a spray bottle (it is so much easier to apply then) and sprayed enough to soak the tissue. Finally apply it to the mole and cover it with a band aid. I did this twice a day.
In just a couple of days, the mole seemed to transform into a scab. On the seventh evening, it almost fell off (with a little help from me when I saw it came three quarters off by itself anyway. I have to admit, I only very very gently tugged at it and it just fell off.
Now, I am applying honey to a piece of tissue paper and applying that to it. I heard elsewhere on this site (and subsequently others) that honey is great for the healing and minimising any scarring. Well, the ACV worked, so why not give that a try!
By the way, the ACV I used, says it is organic but it didn't even have "the mother" in it, and it still worked!!! Now I have started doing 4 more flat moles, it is day 2 and they are all looking exactly the same as the first one did on day two! Wohoo!
Thank you to all of you who posted before, it really encouraged me to give this a try. Thank you too earthclinic, you are doing a wonderful work!