Unfortunately, many individuals take their skin’s health for granted, as was said on The Hearty Soul.
But when something that shouldn’t be there does, like a wart, we quickly notice it.
You want to know if there is a natural, secure, and efficient approach to get rid of it?
Although our skin serves to protect us, it is not impenetrable, and any cut or wound, no matter how little, can have a harmful effect on the three layers of skin.
Because sudden skin changes develop on the surface of the skin that is visible, it is good that we can detect them quickly.
Conventional Methods for Removal
Before we head on to learn natural ways to remove skin warts, blackheads, skin tags, etc.
We should mention that there are conventional therapies that your dermatologist may offer.
Some of them are cryotherapy (usage of extreme cold to freeze the growth prior to removal), laser surgery, and topicals.
Natural Remedies for Removal
Garlic: Crush one clove of garlic and apply it onto the wart and attach a bandage.
- Leave it for half an hour and then remove the bandage and rinse the area gently.
- Repeat the procedure twice per day for optimal effect.
Vitamin C: Crush several vitamin C tablets and mix them with half a tsp of water to get a paste.
- Rub it onto the wart and place a bandage.
- Any burning sensation will go away shortly. Repeat on the daily.
Pineapple juice– this method will only lighten the pigment.
- Soak a cotton ball in the juice and place it over the mole.
- Attach a bandage.
- Repeat the procedure twice per day for two weeks.
Castor oil– mix a bit of baking soda and several drops of castor oil.
- Rub it onto the mole and leave it to naturally dry.
- Do this twice per day for 30 days in a row.
Cinnamon– combine a tsp of cinnamon and a tsp of lemon juice.
- Apply the content onto the affected area.
- Leave it for 15 minutes and then rinse with lukewarm water.
Oatmeal– Prepare oatmeal and add a tsp of honey and fresh tomato juice.
- Scrub the paste onto the affected areas.
- Leave it for 15 minutes and then wash it off.
- Do the procedure every day.
Apple cider vinegar– dip a cotton ball in some ACV and apply it onto the skin tag gently.
- Cover it with a bandage and leave it on for 4 hours.
- Repeat the procedure 3 times per day.
Tea tree oil– add four drops of tea tree oil to a damp cotton ball and massage the affected skin areas gently.
- Leave it to dry for 3 hours and then rinse it off.
- Repeat the process three times on a daily basis.
Geranium oil– mix a tsp coconut or olive oil with 5 drops of geranium oil.
- Massage the affected areas with it prior to bed.
Rosehip oil- on a previously dampen skin, apply several drops of the oil onto the age spots and massage them for one to two minutes.