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Moles are common, and many adults and children have them. They can appear at any time of life and are actually close groupings of skin pigmentation cells called melanocytes. Some causes of moles include genetics and exposure to the sun.
Castor Oil and Baking Soda
LiveStrong suggests a mixture of castor oil and baking soda to remove moles. All you need to do is mix the castor oil and baking soda into a gummy paste, put it on the mole, and cover it with a bandage. Remove the bandage in the morning and rinse the area. This should be done every other evening.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Don’t Waste the Crumbs has a fantastic method for removing moles with apple cider vinegar. You soak up the apple cider vinegar with a cotton ball, tape the cotton ball to the mole with a bandage or medical tape and leave it there for eight hours a day. The mole will blacken and fall off.
According to LiveStrong, you can use garlic extract or just plain garlic to remove a mole. First, you must protect the skin around the mole with masking tape or petroleum jelly (as they recommend). Instead, a petroleum jelly alternative (as we recommend) (alternatives are usually made from beeswax and oil). Then you either apply garlic extract or pressed garlic to the mole. Cover with a bandage for four hours and repeat the process daily.