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3 Best Natural Methods To Remove Skin Tags And Moles

Skin tags are benign growths on the skin surface that occur mostly on the neck, chest, face, nose, armpits, inner thighs etc.Though they are generally harmless, but They can also be extremely unsightly and cause a lot of cosmetic issues in women. Thankfully, there are many safe and effective methods that can be employed at home for treating this condition.


Tea Tree oil: A strong essential oil that is very acidic in nature, tea tree oil is also a natural antiseptic agent that protects the skin after the tag has been removed. Apply tea tree oil directly on the skin tag. Leave it on. Repeat the application thrice a day or more based on the size of the skin tag.

Apple Cider Vinegar: Being acidic in nature, apple cider vinegar too can be used for inducing the skin tag and moles to fall naturally. Before application of apple cider vinegar, soak the affected area in warm water. Once the skin tag becomes soft, use a cotton ball for soaking apple cider vinegar and apply on the skin tag. Press on the skin tag for twenty minutes for its action to take place. Rinse off with warm water. Repeat 2-3 times a day and continue treatment every day until the tag falls off.

Garlic cloves: Garlic is a wonderful treatment for removing the skin tag without any external interference or medication. Being very hot in nature, one has to exercise caution while using garlic for treatment. Take a clove of garlic and cut it into a thin slice. Leave it on the skin tag and secure with a duct tape. Allow it to remain the entire day, taking care to replace it with fresh slices. Before bedtime, remove and rinse your skin. Repeat for three days after which the tag falls off. You can start the treatment again after a few days if the skin tag still remains.


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