Whether you’re young or old, at some point you will experience skin issues that will drive you crazy. Maybe it is when your hormones are starting to develop and your face breaks out with acne. Or maybe as you’ve gotten older, skin tags have started to develop. In addition to all of that, you might have a mole or a wart that is embarrassing you and you just want it gone.
The bottom line is that everyday people experience at least one of those issues, and not everyone can afford the expensive cosmetic products that apparently work perfectly. Not to mention those same products contain harmful chemicals that could make your skin worse and even harm your body.
So what do you do? The answer to that question is you go natural. You expose skin to natural remedies that are not harmful to your skin or body. The following are the best ways to treat skin issues.
So You Have a Mole: In most cases, moles are caused by “too much fun in the sun”, or it can also be caused by genetics as well. The bottom line is that you don’t want the mole, so here is what you are going to do. You’re going to get a garlic clove and cut it in half. Then take a piece and tape it to the mole and leave it there for 4 hours, according to Healthline. The smell might be horrible but repeat it daily.
Not a fan of garlic? Then you can try apple cider vinegar. Healthine states that if you just take a cotton ball and soak it with equal parts water and apple cider vinegar, then place it on the mole and tape it there. Leave it for eight hours and let the apple cider vinegar soak into the mole. If you repeat daily, the mole will eventually blacken and potentially fall right off. Make sure to use a very good moisturizer after; ACV can be very acidic and irritating to the skin!
The Dreaded Skin Tag: Skin tags are usually found on the neck, eyelids, and upper chest. They are growths on the skin, don’t worry, they’re benign, and can be easily removed with the help of that apple cider vinegar mix we suggested earlier. All you have to do is soak a cotton ball in the water and ACV mix and apply it to the area of the skin tag and tape it there, according to Dr. Axe. Leave it overnight.
If you have a skin tag around the eyelid area, Dr. Axe recommends trying diluted Tea Tree Oil, because you don’t want to risk damaging your eyes with some of the other products mentioned. All you have to do is soak a cotton ball in water and add 2 drops of tea tree oil to it. (Please keep in mind that tea tree oil can be irritating if it makes contact with your eyes, so apply it very carefully!)
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