Most moles are benign. The only moles that are of medical concern are those that look different than other existing moles or those that first appear after age 20.
If you notice changes in a mole’s color, height, size, or shape, you should have a dermatologist (skin doctor) evaluate it. You also should have moles checked if they bleed, ooze, itch, appear scaly or become tender or painful.
Examine your skin with a mirror or ask someone to help you. Pay special attention to areas of your skin that are often exposed to the sun, such as the hands, arms, chest, neck, face, and ears.
If your moles do not change over time, there is little reason for concern. If you see any signs of change in an existing mole, if you have a new mole, or if you want a mole to be removed for cosmetic reasons, talk to your dermatologist.
Natural Remedies for Moles
- Apple Cider Vinegar
Take one cotton ball, put it in the solution and then apply it in the affected area. Secure it with a gauze and let it act for a couple of hours. This will make the mole tumble off bit by bit.
Put squashed garlic or garlic concentrate to the mole, secure it with a wrap, and let it act for 4 hours. Rehash every day. You can ensure the encompassing skin with petroleum jelly or concealing tape since garlic can be excessively strong and can cause irritation to the skin.
- Baking Soda and Castor Oil
Blend these fixings to make a paste and put it on the mole. Secure with a wrap and let it act until the following morning. At that point, flush, and rehash a similar treatment before going to bed.
If you have any type of skin wart, it means that you came in contact with a wart-causing virus sometime in the past, though it could have been months ago.
“People get warts from other people with warts, they don’t get them from frogs and toads,” says Robert Brodell, MD, a dermatologist in Warren, Ohio. “The most common way is direct skin-to-skin contact, such as shaking hands with someone who has warts on their hand. You can also get the virus from inanimate objects, like towels that have been used by someone with a wart.”
The viruses are more likely to cause warts when they come in contact with skin that is damaged or cut. Getting a small scrape or biting fingernails may bring on a wart. Similarly, cuts and nicks from shaving can provide an avenue for infection.
This explains why men may have warts in the beard area, while women often have them appear on the legs.
Natural Remedies for Warts
- Apple Cider Vinegar
Drench a cotton ball in vinegar and put it on the wart, and use a bandage to secure it. Let it act until the following morning, and take it off and put another one. At long last, it will become scarce and tumble off.
You can eliminate warts with crushed garlic or garlic juice in 15 days. All you have to do is just rub some crushed garlic on the wart and secure it with a Band-Aid. Let it act until the following morning. Rehash each night. You can likewise put garlic juice on the wart once a day.
- Raw, Organic Honey
Apply some honey on the wart and secure it with a swathe to act amid the night.
Rub the wart with the internal piece of the banana peel each night before going to rest for 15 days.
Skin tags are harmless and don’t usually cause pain or discomfort. Skin tags are made of loose collagen fibers and blood vessels surrounded by skin. Collagen is a type of protein found throughout the body.
However, you may consider having skin tags removed if they’re affecting your self-esteem, or if they snag on clothing or jewelry and bleed. Skin tags are usually found on the neck, armpits, around the groin, or under the breasts. They can also grow on the eyelids or under the folds of the buttocks.
Natural Remedies for Skin Tags
- Apple Cider Vinegar
Drench a cotton ball in some vinegar, and put on the skin tag. Let the cotton ball to act for some time. The skin tag will get a darker color and tumble off in a few days.
- Tea Tree Oil
Use a couple of drops of tea tree oil in some water, and douse a cotton ball in it. At that point, put it on the skin and utilize a wrap to secure it. Rehash every day for a month. This is the most secure treatment for eliminating the skin tags around the eyes.
- Castor Oil and Baking Soda
Blend them to make a paste, and put it on the region of the skin tag. Secure it with a wrap, and rehash two or three times a day. This mixture can be put away in the cooler for up to 2 days.
Brown spots are flat, oval areas of increased pigmentation and usually tan, brown or black. They occur on skin that has had the most sun exposure over the years, such as the backs of hands, tops of feet, face, shoulders and upper back.
Age spots range from freckle-size to about a 1/2 inch (13 millimeters) across and can group together, making them more noticeable.
Natural Remedies for Brown Spots
Put some onion juice on the brown spot and let it react for 15 minutes. Wash and rehash day by day.
Make a mixture using some vinegar and horseradish, and apply the solution on the brown spot. Rehash on a daily basis.
Douse a cotton ball in some fresh lemon juice, and rub it on the zone two times every day.
- Aloe Vera
Rub some fresh aloe Vera gel on the brown spot and let it act for thirty minutes.
- Vitamin C Serum
Natural, chemical-free, vitamin C serums have topically active vitamin C, so they are very efficient in treating brown spots and repair harmed skin.