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... this sounded really interesting to me so i decided to look it up. apparently it is a really popular remedy for getting rid of moles and other stuff. ... (13 replies)
... baking soda method to remove a few flat warts. I'll keep this updated to show results. I'm on day two and I've got nothing to report so far. No change in skin tone, no itching or burning, nothing. ... (1 replies)
... garlic would work for flat moles.. but I don't think it would work for freckles.. and I agree that some moles do need to be removed at the root if they are deep especially. ... (13 replies)

... hi i have tryed it it does work on a few of my moles but some are still there u really have to do it everyday make sure the solution stays on the mole you have to scrape the mole for the solution to get right in there i did,nt cover mine i just make it into a paste and rub it in and cover a white bit on the mole and do this everyday raised moles raise up even more and... (13 replies)
... Also, I would tend to think that if a mole is big enough for you to tie a string around, it's probably time to visit the doctor to see what's going on with it! ... (13 replies)
... Don't waste your time with garlic. I tried it as did my husband and all it did was smell! (13 replies)
... I may try it with garlic on one that is discret. ... (13 replies)
... flat brown moles wherin one mole is growing and have turned black. Wanted to know if the application of castor oil and baking soda whether the black and other two brown moles will disappear. Does it disappear soon or the flat moles become bigger and starts bleeding and then only disappears. ... (0 replies)
Mole removal
Sep 12, 2009
... baking soda mixture. ... (1 replies)
Mole Removal
Mar 2, 2004
... Well, I can see why my doctor didn't tell me about those techniques; they sound dangerous, unless you're absolutely 100% sure the mole is benign, which you can't tell without a biopsy, in which case you'd be removing the mole anyway. I have a very large mole on my face (On my jaw, near my ear), but since it's healthy, my insurance won't cover removal, and anyway my doctor... (6 replies)
Mole Removal
Mar 1, 2004
... can't remember the two ingredients..I think its baking soda and castor oil...don't quote me on that though..I've been reading too much today and that may be something else...but it is listed on the skin forum in a thread somewhere! ... (6 replies)
Wart Mole Vanish
Oct 25, 2007
... My mom knows someone who used it on a facial mole and it removed it nicely. I also read that baking soda and castor oil will remove moles as well, but not as fast as this product. ... (7 replies)
... I have used castor oil and it works! I rubbed castor oil into a spot I've had on the back of my hand for years, and after about a month it disappeared completely. I am amazed, actually, because I really did not expect it to work this well. ... (3 replies)
... arduous process but I've found it worthwhile. If they're on your face, I certainly wouldn't do them all at once!! Then people will ask you "what happened? ... (1 replies)




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