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Destroy Your Moles, Warts, Blackheads, Skin Tags And Age Spots Completely Naturally!

Skin issues are quite common as a result of the fact that the skin sometimes can be very sensitive. As a consequence of changes in lifestyle and hormonal imbalance, people are usually dealing with skin tags, moles, clogged pores and breakouts.

In order to solve these kinds of problems people most often use beauty products for skin care. However, these products contain chemicals that in such a case can do much more harm than good.

Here are some of the best natural remedies for skin issues:

1. Moles – They are clusters of skin pigmentation cells also called melanocytes. Moreover, they actually affect people of all ages, including children. Genetics and sun exposure are the major causes of moles.

Natural remedies against moles:

Apple Cider Vinegar: Start by soaking a cotton ball into apple cider vinegar and then apply it directly to the mole. Next, place a bandage or medical tape and leave it for about 8 hours and the mole will fall off by its own.

Garlic: Garlic and garlic extract are considered as very effective at removing moles. But, before applying garlic or garlic extract on the mole, you should protect your skin by placing petroleum jelly or masking tape around the mole. Afterwards, place bandage on it and leave it for about 4 hours. Also, repeat the procedure on a daily basis.

Baking soda and castor oil: Create paste of castor oil and baking soda and apply it onto the mole. Then, cover it by using a bandage and leave it overnight. Remove the bandage and rinse the area in the morning. This treatment should be repeated every night.

2. Warts – In fact, they appear as result of HPV, i.e., human papilloma virus and are small bumps or mucous membranes on the skin. It is good to know that freezing and applying salicylic acid are the most used methods against this skin problem.

Natural remedies against warts:

Bananas: Before bedtime just rub the wart with banana peel. Also, repeat the procedure within a period of two weeks or until the wart is completely gone.

Pure raw honey: Repeat the same procedure as you do with the bananas. Before sleeping, rub the wart with honey and place a bandage on it.

Apple cider vinegar: It is advisable to soak a cotton ball into apple cider vinegar, apply it on the wart and place a bandage on it. You should leave it overnight and replace it with new the next morning. After a short period of time, the wart will disappear completely.

Garlic: Rub the crushed garlic on the wart and wrap it with a bandage. Alternatively, apply garlic juice on the wart, twice a day for 2 weeks.

3. Skin tags – They are most often triggered by rubbing the skin and are characterized by growths that stick on the skin surface. They are usually found on the neck, eyelids, upper chest and underarms.

Natural remedies for skin tags:

Tea tree oil: Start by pouring few drops of tea tree oil into water and then soak a cotton ball into the resulted mixture. Afterwards, apply it on the tag and place a bandage on it. It is recommended to repeat this procedure for 2-3 times daily within a period of a month. What’s more, this method is believed to be the safest for elimination of skin tags around the eyes.

Apple cider vinegar: In case you want your skin tag to fall off just in a few days, you should soak a cotton ball into apple cider vinegar and dab the skin with it. Leave it work as long as you can. Soon it will darken and fall off.

Baking soda and castor oil: Combine castor oil and baking soda and create paste. Apply a small amount of the paste on the skin tag and cover it by using a bandage. Repeat the procedure 2-3 times a day. You can refrigerate this mixture up to 48 hours.

4. Dark spots – They are also referred to as age spots, and they are discolored patches usually present on the face, hands, and forearms. The sun exposure and aging liver are actually the major culprits for their occurrence.

Natural remedies for dark spots:

Vitamin C Serum: Organic and chemical- free vitamin C serums are very beneficial when it comes to excellent skin health. Furthermore, they have a strong capacity to repair the damaged skin as well as remove all dark spots on it.

Aloe Vera: Apply fresh aloe Vera gel on the dark spot and leave it on for half an hour.

Lemon: Just soak a cotton ball into lemon juice and rub the affected area with it two times a day.

Onion: You can juice the onion or blend it in order to draw out the juice of it. Next, apply it on the spot and leave it on for 10-15 minutes. Then, wash it and repeat the same procedure until the spots disappear.

Horseradish: Combine vinegar and horseradish and apply it on the dark spot. Make sure you repeat the procedure on a daily basis until the spot is gone.

5. Clogged pores – Due to the skin oil accumulation, clogged pores are appearing and they are bumpy and neglected. the skin will look really bad in case they are not removed.

Natural remedies for clogged pores:

Sugar scrub: Make paste of sugar and lemon and rub it into the area with circular movements by using organic cloth. After you are done, rinse it off and wash your face with warm water.

Steaming: First of all, you should wash your face well. Next, put a pot with previously boiled water, then, cover your head with a towel as well as expose your face towards the steam as much as you can.

It is recommended to hold your head in this position for at least 10- 15 minutes. Then, wash your face again with warm water. At least, apply vinegar on your face for eliminating the extra debris.

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