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The Only Scar Free At Home Mole Removal Method Revealed !

Updated on March 9, 2010

There are many at home mole removal methods that is said to work. The only concern about these natural methods however, is time.

The main reason behind this is because these methods make use of natural food and not acids to destroy the mole cells. What they do is, to smoother and even out the unbalanced melanin cells that forms the mole.

These source of natural food that I am going to show you today, can easily be found in your kitchen and I bet you even have them right now.

The bad news is, you need to patient and apply the use of these method regularly.

The good news is, they are cheap and does not leave any scarring. As mention, they don’t burn your mole away.. but rather smoother and balance the cells out.

In order to get them to work, you will need a band aid.

However, if time is of concern, you can use a paste formula discussed in the Natural Mole Removal Secrets to get rid of your mole in as fast as 5 days.

For now, let's look at this 2 natural at home ways to removing your skin mole.

The pulps of the banana is one of the natural food to remove mole
The pulps of the banana is one of the natural food to remove mole

Honey – One of the best ways on removing moles naturally is using honey. Though it may not work on all moles, it has proven to be effective mostly on moles that are flat.

Simply tap the honey on the affected area and cover it up with a band aid.

Leave it overnight and wash off the next day.

Do this for at least a month and your cells causing the formation of the moles will start to smoother out evenly.

Banana – Banana peels are especially useful when it comes to in removing moles. What you need to do is to extract out the pulp of the banana peel and apply them on your skin.

As with honey, you need to use a band aid to help out in the process. Do this everyday for a month or 2 and you will notice your mole getting smaller as the cells starts to smoother out.

While they do take time, these 2 methods are one of the safest and scar free ways on how to remove a mole.

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      anjana 

      3 years ago

      its all wrthless nthng had happened wth tis.Its all wasting a tym

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      David 

      4 years ago

      Kiss him :-*

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      puneet kaur 

      4 years ago

      I have many moles on my face. Plz tl me prevention its without any scar.

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      MysticPotato 

      4 years ago

      @Cosmic, there's a lot of methods but theres a Shit load of people who just won't tell you everything, most 'Home remedies' remove up rising moles, of what i heard. For flat moles im unsure acv 'might' work, there's a lot of people who don't want surgery because of scars.

      Dermatend might work, it uses bloodroot in the process to remove moles, but im unsure if it removes uprising or flat moles.

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      Cosmic 

      4 years ago

      I heard apple cider vinegar removes moles too.

      The problems is there's "flat moles" and "up rising moles", which methods work on which ?

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      Kevin Pham 

      4 years ago

      I agree with John, if banana really remove moles, the prices of banana will rises up in stores, there's stories how a "strawberry" will remove a mole too. There's just people how goes into extreme creating fake stories and home remedies just to laugh at people who suffer from moles.

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      John N. 

      4 years ago

      I call this Bullshit, just people trolling others.

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      Mengoe 

      4 years ago

      Okay, I'll try the honey step. Should go on right, I hope. :)

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      Emily 

      4 years ago

      Does the banana peel method work?

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      niko 

      4 years ago

      I think you should start eating very healthy first, otherwise moles keep coming. Google if you don't know how. Sorry, I can't help with a quick therapy tho. But don't give up, anything is possible as you want it bad

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      nancy 

      4 years ago

      Iam hvng 20 mole on face what should i do plz gve me answer it should be go naturally

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      Cgoddard 

      6 years ago

      I removed my moles using apple cider vinegar. It was an easy process and the moles were gone in about a week. http://www.unhaggardhousewife.com/2011/11/remove-m...

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      facialmoleremoval 

      8 years ago

      I personally found castor oil to be effective at removing my moles. They fall off naturally after 10 days or so.

      Judy of http://facialmoleremoval.org

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