Most moles are not dangerous, but they can be unsightly and make you feel self-conscious. Whether you're willing to go down the surgical route, or prefer to treat your mole at home, most moles are relatively easy to remove.
If you're eager to get rid of an unwanted mole as quickly as possible, here are two best practical and natural ways you can do.
1. Apple cider vinegar
Apple cider vinegar - a miracle ingredient used in countless home remedies - is one of the most common treatments for mole removal. The acids contained in the vinegar, such as malic and tartaric acid, actually work to dissolve the mole, completely removing it from the skin. Simply swab a little onto clean skin everyday using a q- tip.
Garlic is another multi-purpose remedy, which many claim as an effective treatment for mole removal. Simply crush some fresh garlic into a paste and carefully apply directly to the mole, making sure to avoid the surrounding skin (garlic can burn). Cover with a bandage and leave for a few hours or overnight. This method has been said to work in as little as five days.
The length of time it takes for a mole to lighten or disappear will differ from one person to another.
Be aware that home remedies are not likely to work as quickly or be as effective as surgical removal or stronger medical creams, but are a good option if you are looking for either a cost-free solution or a natural remedy.
Source: Beyond Disease