Remove Skin Tags/Moles WITHOUT Surgery

What do garlic, banana peels, vinegar, duct tape, baking soda and castor oil have in common?  Anecdotal evidence says that these products can be used to remove unsightly skin tags and or moles, so I thought I would do an experiment.

A family member was complaining about a skin growth on his forehead. Rather than visit a dermatologist I explored options to remove the growth without surgery and the scars it may leave.

I found a number of suggestions from research journals to U-tube that showed how to safely remove skin growths.  I chose to use apple cider vinegar and followed the instructions below.  It was easy, economical, and purported to leave the skin without scars.

  • Clean the affected area and dry
  • Soak a cotton ball the size of the skin lesion with Bragg’s organic apple cider vinegar
  • Place the cotton ball on the lesion and cover with a band aide
  • Change this dressing at least twice daily
  • Within a few days, the lesion will turn black and fall off
  • Once the tag or mole falls off, apply vitamin E or coconut oil to accelerate healing
  • The skin will return to normal as though nothing was ever removed
  • If you do not see a noticeable difference within 5-7 day, try another method.

The procedure was a success for my family member!  He is amazed there is no scar.  Thank you Mother Nature!

If you choose to experiment with this approach, please let me know the outcome.

Stay well.


5 Responsesto “Remove Skin Tags/Moles WITHOUT Surgery”

  1. Karen LeBaron says:

    I have been plagued by toe fungus for a long time. During the winter it’s not a problem but when summer comes and I wear sandals it looks hideous. I do not want to take any of the prescription medications suggested by my physician and laser treatment is not available in my area. Would the Bragg’s apple cider vinegar work for this problem. Do you think the smell might attract insects?
    I look forward to hearing from you.
    Karen LeBaron

    • Preservion says:

      Fungus can be a complicated issue, and is a sign of a systemic condition. Clean up your diet and consume whole foods and be sure to consume a good probiotic to improve your gut health. Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) has been used for multiple conditions with great success. According to Drs. Paul C. and Patricia Bragg, they suggest yeast and fungus infections can be treated with a 50/50 solution of ACV and distilled water. Soak your feet twice daily in lukewarm water for 15-20 minutes. Do this for at least 10 days or until symptoms dissipate. Wild Oregano Oil is another suggestion. Be sure the label reads “wild” otherwise it may be from a synthetic source. Soak feet in warm-hot water, then saturate the nail bed with the oil for 20-30 minutes. You can save the water solution in the refrigerator to be used multiple times. Do this 2x daily. Simultaneously, place a few drops of the oil under your tongue. Do this until the feet heal. Lastly, Tea Tree Oil has been used for this condition with great success. Please let me know the outcome of your efforts.

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  3. qeirza says:

    can apple cider vinegar be replaced by synthetic vinegar ?

    • Preservion says:

      I suggest using raw apple cider vinegar for its fermented medicinal properties. Synthetic forms are stripped of the very nutrients designed to provide powerful enzymes. Don’t be lured by the clear color of synthetic vinegars. They may taste similar but do not offer the same benefits. Thank you.

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