Moles, warts, skin tags and dark spots have become a common appearance and people deal with them every day. That is making their life harder and they get annoyed by these conditions.

  1. Do you also deal with warts?

Warts are caused by viruses especially belonging to the Human Papilloma virus family. They can last up to several weeks and even months and in some rare cases even years. People who suffer from warts should know that there are natural remedies that can help them fight warts in a very effective way.

Apple cider vinegar –This type of vinegar is very well-known because of its benefits. It possesses anti-inflammatory properties and that makes ACV effective against viruses which are the main reason for causing warts. You just have to wash the affected area before using this method. Soak a cotton ball in ACV and put that on the warts. Wrap with a bandage. You should leave that like that for the next 24 hours and remember to replace it every day! Don’t forget to wash the affected area before and after using this method!

Garlic – Another ingredient with powerful anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Mash some garlic juice and apply it on the wart. Cover using a band-aid. Clean the area after using this method because garlic causes smell.

Duct Tape –Just put a small piece of duct tape completely over the warts area. Do that continually for 6 days with replacing the tape as needed. After the 6 days, soak the wart in water and rub it with an emery board or pumice stone. Put another piece of duct tape the following morning and do the same for the next 6 days and do that for 2 months.

Bananas –Press the inside of the banana peel over the wart and tape it. Leave it to stay over the night. Repeat this procedure until you notice improvements.

Pure raw honey – The best raw honey that you can use is organic Manuka honey harvested in New Zealand. It is excellent for warts because it has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Cover the wart thoroughly with a thick layer of honey and wrap a piece of cloth around it. Change the bandage after one day and repeat the same procedure daily.

  1. Skin tags

Skin tags are fleshy bumps that can be from the size of a grain of rice to the size of a pea. They occur where the skin folds. Here are some natural remedies in order to fix this problem.

ACV – Apply a cotton ball twice every day and in 2 to 4 weeks you will notice that the skin tag is gone.

Castor oil and baking soda –Prepare a paste from these two and apply that over the skin tag. Repeat this procedure twice every day, until you notice improvements.

Tea tree oil – With just 2 to 3 drops of tea tree oil on a cotton ball that has been moistened with water your skin tag will drop off in almost two weeks.

  1. Moles

Moles are pretty harmless but can make the person who has them to be unconfident because they can look unattractive. They are actually black brown spots and they can be flat or raised, rough or smooth, with or without hair. Visit a doctor immediately if you notice some unexplained changes in the color or the shape of the mole. Here are some natural remedies that can help you eliminate them:

Garlic – Put a crushed garlic glove on the mole and wrap it with bandage and you should leave it like that for at least 4 hours but for the best results possible you should leave it to stay over the night.

ACV – Put a dipped cotton ball in ACV on the affected area and leave it like that over the night. Repeat the same procedure for the next 10 days.

Castor oil – Rub the mole with a mixture of baking soda and few drops of castor oil for about one month. After that, leave the rubbed area to dry naturally and repeat it twice daily.

  1. Dark spots

These brown spots are caused mainly of sun exposure, aging and genetics. Here are some natural remedies that have positive effects on eliminating dark spots.

Lemons – Mix lemon juice with a bit of water and place it on cotton ball and dab it onto the affected area.

Aloe Vera– Put some fresh aloe vera on the dark spot and leave it like that for half an hour. Repeat this procedure twice a day and do this for a month.

Sandalwood –Apply this mixture on the spots: lemon juice, 1 teaspoon each of glycerin, 2 teaspoons of rose water and 2 tablespoons of sandalwood powder. Do this procedure couple of times weekly and use cold water to wash it off.

Onion – Juice red onion but before doing that cut it up. You can also blend it. Dip a Q-tip in your juice and apply it directly on each spot. Leave it to stay 10 to 15 minutes and after that with warm water rinse it off.

  1. Clogged pores

Steaming – Remember to clean your face before starting this method. Then, take a bowl or basin with hot water. Sit down and lean over the bowl and cover your head with towel. Steam your face for 5 to 10 minutes and make a break if you feel that is getting too hot to tolerate for your skin. After finishing with this, relax for a few seconds or minutes and at the end apply toner of ACV along with moisturizing well with coconut oil.

Exfoliating – Your face should be clean before you start with this method, too. Now, gently brush using circular movements. Exercise caution when brushing around eyes because this is very thin skin. Wash your face with cool water after you are finished with brushing. At the end, moisturize with some coconut oil.

Sugar scrub – Crush 2 tablespoons of sugar to form powder. After that, add lemon juice to the sugar. Mix everything well in order to make a paste and apply it on the areas where you have clogged pores. At the end, wash your face well with cool water. Moisturize your skin using coconut oil.

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