Removing Moles/Warts and skin tags naturally
I am passionate about all things natural. My method of removing moles warts or skin tags from any part of the body includes the use of a natural herbal cream. This consists of 100% natural ingredients derived from plant based sources and includes Cashew, Fig, Celandine and Lemon. This product has been tried and tested through research and practice for the past 30 years. It effectively removes all types of warts including, genital warts, mosaic warts, plantar warts and common hand warts, moles and skin tags.
Only one 20 minute application is necessary in most cases. The surface of the mole wart or skin tag is prepared with a cleansing solution, then the surface is rubbed down. This is to allow the cream to absorb into the mole. The cream is then applied only onto the area. The herbal cream penetrates into the root (base). The mole will go darker, the skin area around the mole may appear a little sore or change colour for about 24-48 hours. Molewill then dry up and fall off within 1-3 weeks, leaving no scarring or side effects.
Other methods includes
Surgical excision, laser surgery, electro-cauterization, cryosurgery (freezing with nitrogen)
Freezing with nitrogen (or Cryosurgery)
This procedure involves applying liquid nitrogen to freeze and destroy growths on the surface of the skin. Several treatments with liquid nitrogen to completely remove an abnormal growth or tissue may be necessary.
The wart/mole will eventually fall off after freezing. However, regardless of how carefully the freezing was done, there is a strong possibility that damage to a small amount of healthy tissue skin around the wart. The area in and around where the wart was may turn red or feel irritated. Usually, a blister will form within a few hours. Scarring sometimes results from this method.
Laser Treatments are used for moles that are small, new or flat.
A hand held device is used to direct the laser beam on to the affected area. The laser pulses hundreds of times per second, thereby preventing heat damage to the skin and avoids heavy scarring. After the laser treatment is performed, the mole is slowly peeled off.
There is no bleeding as the heat of the laser will seal off the blood vessels. The beam pierces the pigment of the mole and causes the cells or tissues to heat up. This causes the mole to break apart.
Depending on the size and nature of the mole, 1-4 sessions may be necessary. The healing process can take several weeks with a higher potential of scarring.
These traditional methods have been used for a long time. However, they have known drawbacks. such as multiple applications, scarring and taking longer to heal and the possibility of the mole growing back in the same spot. My clients are impressed with the treatment. Firstly, because of its natural content, the fact that only one application is needed. Of course there is no scarring and the cream can be applied on ANY part of the body, even on private areas.