Skin tags, moles, warts, dark spots are pretty “popular” nowadays. It seems like almost everyone deals with some sort of similar problem, getting annoyed and frustrated.
Warts – These are caused be viruses, especially the ones from the Human Papillomavirus family that can survive for quite a long time and this is what causes warts to appear. If you got even more worried, there is some good news! You can get rid of them in the following ways:
Garlic – This herb’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties can work a miracle! Crush the garlic, get a bit garlic juice and apply it to the wart. Cover the area with a bandage, and clean it well afterwards.
Apple cider vinegar – this product is famous for its benefits due to the anti-inflammatory properties. These properties are what makes ACV effective against warts. Use a cotton pad, soak in ACV and apply externally on the wart, secured with a bandaid. Leave it on for about a day, and repeat the procedure until necessary. Wash the affected area before and after applying the cotton pad.
Bananas – The inside of the banana peel, when applied to the wart can help in getting rid of it. Another way to use it is to press the inside of the peel, apply it on the wart and tape it. Leave this overnight and repeat until necessary.
Duct Tape – Cover the wart with duct tape and do this for a week. Replace the tape when needed and after the week passes, soak the affected area in water and rub it with pumice stone. The following morning use duct tape again for a week and repeat this for two months.
Honey – Organic Manuka will be the best choice. Like the other remedies listed here, this one is also rich with anti – inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Cover the whole wart with honey and secure it with cloth. Change it every day and repeat the procedure.
Steaming – Clean your face before start. Fill a bowl with hot water and lean over the bowl, covering your head with a towel. Stay like this for 5-10 minutes and if necessary – have a break. Relax after you are done. You can moisturize your skin with coconut oil.
Exfoliation – Make sure your face is well cleaned and brush it in circular motions. Be careful with the area around the eyes. When finished, wash your face with cold water. Finish with moisturizing with coconut oil.
Sugar scrub – Crush 2tbsp of sugar, and add lemon juice to the powder. Mix until it is equal. Apply the paste on the affected areas. Rinse with cold water and use coconut oil as moisturizer.
Skin tags – these bumps can vary in size, and appear where the skin folds.
ACV – It can help with this too! Just apply a cotton pad daily for 2-4 weeks and you will see the results.
Baking soda and castor oil – Mix these two, making a paste. Apply this paste twice a day, until you see the results.
Tea tree oil – Use 2-3 drops on a moisturized cotton ball and rub the area. The tag will be gone in less than 2 weeks.
Moles – Their look is what can bother people, regardless their inability to harm. If the mole changes, whether it is in color, shape or size you should visit your doctor. Otherwise, you can use the following remedies.
Garlic – Crush a garlic clove and apply it on the mole. Wrap it with bandage, keeping it on the area for four hours. If you can do it overnight this will give the best results.
Castor oil – Rub the mole with a mix from baking soda and castor oil for 30 days, twice a day.
ACV – Again, dip a cotton ball in it and apply it on the mole. Leave it overnight. Repeat this for ten days.
Dark spots – These are mainly caused by been exposed to the sun, by aging and sometimes genetics.
Lemons – Dip a cotton ball in squeezed juice from lemon with water. Apply on the spots.
Onion – Apply red onion juice on the spots. Keep it for about 13 minutes and wash it off with warm water.
Aloe Vera – Use fresh aloe vera and leave it on the spot for 30 minutes. Repeat this for 30 days, twice a day.
Sandalwood – Mix lemon juice, 1tsp on glycerin and rose water and 2 tbsp of sandalwood powder. Repeat for a few times a week and rinse it with cold water.