Mole Removal at Home Methods that Really Work


If you’re looking for mole removal at home techniques that work, then you’re in the right place. This article contains several methods for safely removing moles yourself.

But first…

A Quick Warning about Mole Removal at Home

Despite what you may have read or heard before, it’s never a good idea to cut or burn a mole yourself.

Granted, doctors remove moles by cutting and/or burning the skin. But you should never attempt it at home yourself because special measures must be taken to control bleeding and to minimize the possibility of infection as well as long-term scarring.

Next, if you plan on using natural methods, then it’s a good idea to make sure that you’re not allergic to any of the substances you plan to use before applying them to your skin.

Finally, here’s the most importantly warning: Moles, unlike other skin growths, have the potential to become cancerous. So while there’s nothing wrong with attempting to remove a mole yourself, it’s still best to consult your doctor beforehand.

This is especially true if you’ve noticed any recent changes to your moles, or if you have a family history of skin cancer.

Okay, with that out of the way, let’s move on with…

Over the Counter Mole Removal Products

Perhaps the most convenient way to remove a mole at home is to use a product that’s been specifically formulated to do so.

Many of these products are made with natural ingredients, which are highly preferred, given that products made with abrasive chemicals can cause irritation and/or permanent scarring.

Most removal products work in similar ways. That is, you apply the product directly onto the mole for several days until it begins to dry out and disintegrate.

Natural Home Remedies for Moles

Moles, like many other skin conditions, can be successfully removed using a variety of herbs, vitamins and other natural substances.

In fact, natural substances are used in the exact same way as the mole creams and ointments, i.e. you consistently apply them directly onto your mole until you see results.

As with other natural home remedies, the best place to start is with herbs. Specifically, each of the following herbs can be used as a mole removal home remedy:

  • Chickweed – You can buy chickweed in a dried form, which would then need to be crushed into a powder, or you can buy it as a liquid extract. In either case, you apply the herb directly onto the mole until it’s gone.
  • Milkweed – Apply milkweed liquid extract to your mole once a day until it’s gone.
  • Tea Tree Oil – Apply undiluted tea tree oil directly onto your mole a few times a day until it’s gone.
  • Dandelion Root – Apply a few drops of dandelion extract directly onto your mole a few times per day until it’s gone.
  • Castor Oil – Apply a few drops of castor oil directly onto your mole a few times a day until it’s gone.

In addition to herbs, several fruits and vegetables can be used to remove moles due to their acidic nature. Some of these items include:

  • Potatoes – Rub a raw potato directly onto your mole several times a day until it’s gone.
  • Grapefruit – Squeeze a small amount of grapefruit juice directly onto your mole several times a day until it’s gone.
  • Walnuts – Break open a ripe walnut and extract the liquid from inside the shell. Apply the liquid directly onto your mole once daily until it’s gone.
  • Honey – Apply a small amount of honey directly onto your mole several times a day until it’s gone.
  • Apple Cider Vinegar and/or Sour Apples – Apply apple cider vinegar or the juice from a sour apple directly onto your mole several times a day until it’s gone.
  • Onion – Apply onion juice directly onto your mole several times a day until it’s gone.
  • Cauliflower – Apply cauliflower juice directly onto your mole several times a day until it’s gone.
  • Pineapple – Apply pineapple juice directly onto your mole several times a day until it’s gone.
  • Garlic – Apply a piece of freshly cut garlic directly onto your mole several times a day until it’s gone. You can also grind the garlic into a paste before applying it.

I hope you noticed a trend developing as you were reading over these natural remedies. That’s right—almost of all of them required multiple applications throughout the day.

This is very important.

If you’re going to use one of these natural methods, then you must apply them at least 2 to 3 times each day. Otherwise, you’re unlikely to get the results you’re seeking

I also want to point out that even though these substances are natural, they can still mildly irritate the skin. This is especially true of onion and garlic.

Fortunately, you can reduce some of this irritation by applying petroleum jelly around the mole prior to treating it.

Other Home Remedies for Mole Removal

Finally, in addition to natural substances, you can also use everyday items around the house to remove skin moles.

For instance, baking soda works, however, it actually works best when combined with another remedy, e.g. castor oil or apple cider vinegar. Specifically, you combine the two ingredients together to form a paste, which you then apply to your mole(s).

You should do this once per day and leave the paste on the skin for several hours before washing it off with warm, soapy water. Again, you repeat this process until the mole is gone.

Lastly, here’s one final home remedy for mole removal that may surprise you.

Are you ready?

It’s white chalk. You can grind white chalk into a powder and rub it on your mole several times a day until it’s gone.

So Which of These Mole Removal Methods is Right for You?

There are a few things to consider before choosing the right at home mole removal method.

The first consideration is price. If you’re on a budget, or if you’re simply looking for the cheapest way to go about it, then you can’t beat some of the natural remedies mentioned above.

But you should know that these methods take longer to work. Not only that, but large and/or raised moles are more difficult to remove in this way.

I’m sure this is why many people choose to start with a mole removal product, like those mentioned above.

Finally, the last thing to consider is the possibility of scarring. Fortunately, just about all of the methods mentioned on this page are unlikely to cause any serious scarring.


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