Nikki Versus the Mole
Seemingly overnight, I grew this baby mole on my neck. The little thing hurt like I could not describe. I was always told to leave moles alone or you will bleed to death if they rupture, but I could not take it anymore. Alas! Google to the rescue. I went in search of natural home remedies and saw that there was one that included castor oil. I figured that I still had half a bottle left over from one of my natural hair challenges, so, “Why not?” I applied the oil and covered the tiny menace with a bandage. The remedy did not call for a covering; however, I was tired of accidentally scratching the thing. Did I mention how much it hurt? The next day, I read some more about natural home remedies and discovered a few sites adding baking soda to the equation. After removing the bandage, which also hurt because I taped it to my hair, I decided to try the baking soda and castor oil mix. I was so ready to have Baby Mole disappear, that I forgot I had not showered before applying the solution. Big sigh. To the shower I went. I cautiously avoided the area until I forgot about my elixir at the very end. As I rubbed the towel over my neck, I gelt a burning sensation. The same burning I felt whenever I would touch the thing. Then, something glorious happened, I felt it detaching from my skin. When I removed the towel from my neck, Ms. Moley. I defeated the nuisance in less than 48 hours.
If you are interested in natural remedies to remove moles, skin tags (more on this later), or warts, check out this link.
P.S. I do not endorse any of these remedies. You may have a different result.