Moles on the body are often overlooked as birthmarks or remnants from your childhood. But when new ones crop up in adulthood or your existing ones seem to change shape, color, and sensation – there’s reason to look again. Symptoms like irregular asymmetric moles, soreness, swelling, redness, or the appearance of new bumps or lumps on your moles are all considered possible signs of skin cancer. Learning the simple ABCDE of melanomas could help you catch the problem early and get the treatment you need.
To lighten a mole, apply natural acids like apple cider vinegar (ACV), sour apple juice, grapefruit juice, and lemon juice. The sulfuric acids of minced garlic can also remove a mole. If you think the mole is from potassium deficiency, take ACV daily. But if it’s bleeding, treat it with a paste from cumin seeds. Iodine offers the gentlest option for mole removal. However, always do a patch test to make sure you’re not sensitive to one of these ingredients.
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