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Does anyone know of any natural methods for mole removal?

Asked by allergictoeverything (105points) November 15th, 2009

There’s a mole (not exactly huge) on my sister’s right cheek (near the bone) that’s been there for a while. She wants to get it removed, but she doesn’t wana go under the knife. Does anyone know of any natural methods, ointments, or remedies that can remove it?

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Facade's avatar

I’ll probably get a lot of flack for this but Try this
The ingredients are: purified water, sanguineria canadensis, vegetable glycerine, zinc salts.
It’d be smart to look up the ingredients and see if it’s what you’d like to do.

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Shuttle128's avatar

It’s kind of important that a mole be seen by a professional. If it is melanoma it can spread when it is removed. Also, without surgically removing it, it might regrow.

hiitisit's avatar

Post it as an inappropriate comment on Fluther the moderators with deal with it.

Shuttle128's avatar

lol, they’ll cut it right out.

asmonet's avatar

@Facade: The pictures on that site are fakes. Just thought I’d mention it.

DominicX's avatar

A guy I know had a mole on his neck removed without a “knife”. He said it was sprayed with liquid nitrogen (he said it stung sort of like getting a shot) and then it came off on its own. Apparently this is called “cryosurgery”.

ccrow's avatar

^^Yeah, I had a benign growth on my back removed that way. It does sting but not bad at all, & not for long. Then a scab forms & after a week or so the whole thing comes off. It did leave a mark, though.

filmfann's avatar

Take that and That
Of course there is the old joke about why Richard Geer married Cindy Crawford . He heard she had a mole.

RedPowerLady's avatar

Did you know that if you remove a mole on your own you can increase your chances of skin cancer? Seriously. That is what I read several times. I am not a doctor just from what I heard from family and reading.

Nullo's avatar

The craziest mole-related thing happened to me recently.
I had a big ol’ mole/skin tag combo on my neck that I’d pick at now and then, and think about having removed, and so on. Then one day, completely out of the blue, it shriveled up. Two days later, it fell off, leaving me mildly perplexed.

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