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Skin Mole Removal For Teens - Removing Moles Without Scars

Updated on March 18, 2010

Skin mole removal for teens has been gaining popularity. This is because, as a growing teenager, be it a guy or a girl, we always want to look good in front of our friends. As such, having a mole at the wrong place can cause one to lose confidence when all that "stares" starts happening.

Removing moles from the skin, especially the face area, has since taken its toll in the market, and with various mole removal methods like surgical and laser, what is more concern however, is that one can remove their moles without leaving scars.

The good news is, there are some natural mole removal home remedies that can solve your problem by removing your moles without having you to spend big amounts of money.

One of the more popular ones like No more moles and warts is said to achieve the results in less than 7 days...

In using natural mole removal home remedies, what you need is sometimes found in your kitchen.

Some of the more popular ones include taking a banana peel and rubbing it over the mole for a month. It is known to many that the pulp of the banana peels has this effect of removing your mole.

You can also use take the pulp, grind it into a paste, and place it with a band aid over your mole.

Other methods, which is especially effective when it comes to skin mole removal for teens, is by applying vitamin E gel or the aloe vera gel. As a growing adult, your skin is healthier and more delicate and using natural ingredients and food source can help norish the moisture of the skin.

As such, you should try to avoid harsher mole removing treatments like castor oil and apple cider vinegar.

The only thing to take note of when using milder treatments is this: Although they are safer, the time taken for them to act on your mole is also longer. Most mild treatment takes about a month to see visible results.

Patience is therefore, a key factor to removing skin moles.

Lets be honest, you will look better without that little ugly dot.. and you know it. If trading a month or 2 of consistent hard work could get rid of that little darn thing.. don't you think its well worth it ?

Some other milder home remedies on removing skin moles includes Pure Honey, Pulps from Banana Peels, and Freshly squeezed Pineapple Juice...

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      4 years ago

      I used apple cider vingar And it was a terrible idea it was b painful and damaged the mole.the mole fell of but know i am really worried it will scare

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      4 years ago

      I have a question, does Aloe Vera Gel work on flat moles? and will it work on dark colored flat moles? Will it make the mole go away or will it lighten the mole??.

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      5 years ago

      Nice :)

      Learn about the causes of moles, warts and skin tags. How to remove moles, warts and skin tags yourself at home safely.

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      5 years ago

      Thx I will try my best to rmove my 20 moles on my side of face

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      5 years ago

      banana method will get perfect

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      6 years ago

      I don't know which method to use could someone help me and tell me which method works the fastest? Xx

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      6 years ago

      pineapple juice is really working? :(

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      6 years ago

      I just read this article & found lots of tips for removal of moles. Mainly youngsters are facing mole problem for which they use many tips & advice but didn't get rid of that so I think they must follow your site & get lots of benefit & tips for mole removal.

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      7 years ago

      Don't give up on your moles or it will take longer!!

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      7 years ago

      I tried pinapple juice.i applied it every night on the moles and in 4 days I could see a change.after a week and a half they were completely gone!!luve this method.i believe if it stings it means it's working!!the moles weren't HUGE that's probably why it didn't take long.

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      7 years ago

      I've successfully removed a mole using Apple Cider Vinegar. Pictures available over on my blog a set up to cover the whole process. On day day 5 the mole was gone and I'm on day 11 now and it's healing up really nicely. If you would like to have a look at the pics to see for your self here's my blog -

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      7 years ago

      . . .I' ve been using apple cidar vinegar since 3 years but it is no effective at all so, i've decided to stop using this kind of treatment.

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      8 years ago

      I removed several moles with apple cider vinegar. They fell off quickly- within a week- and left no scars. Vinegar is not a harsh product and it is effective, so I'm surprised you say to avoid it.

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      9 years ago

      I personally found castor oil to be effective on me. Most of my moles dropped off naturally after 10 days or so.

      Judy of


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