Scientists say that the main cause of moles is genetics. In other words, if someone in your family has them, either on the face or on other parts of his/her body, you are very likely to ‘inherit’ this condition as well.
- Tea tree oil
Soak a cotton swab in tea tree oil and massage gently on your moles and bandage the affected area for about an hour.
Also, apply garlic slices on the moles and cover them with a medical tape, leaving them to action overnight.
Repeat these remedies two times a day for about a month.
- Banana peel
Apply banana peel the same way you applied the garlic, by placing the peel with the interior on the moles, then bandage it. After you have waited for one hour, you can remove the bandages. Repeat the remedy daily until you notice that the moles have disappeared.
Buy a 5% solution of tincture iodine and apply a drop of this substance on every mole. Before this action, scratch a little the mole in order to open the pores. Because iodine can color your skin, we recommend you to apply petroleum jelly, in order to create a protective barrier.
You can use this ingredient in two simple ways: a bath and a topical treatment.
For the bath you will need to combine 1 cup of baking soda with 1 cup of sea salt, 6 drops of lavender oil and 3 drops of frankincense oil.
For the topical remedy mix 8 tsp of olive oil with1 tsp of frankincense oil. Take a cotton pad and apply the mixture gently, leaving it on until it is absorbed.
Both remedies should help you get rid of moles in about one month.