Castor Oil Mole Removal

Castor Oil Mole Removal

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Castor oil mole removal is a well established method of removing moles yourself and avoiding costly surgical procedures. Using the castor oil mole removal technique can often turn out to be the most effective way of getting rid of your moles without leaving a surgical scar.

The obvious mole removal procedure is via a dermatologist who prescribes some form of invasive medical procedure usually involving one of the following:

Undoubtedly all of these procedures work, but can be expensive and although results are generally good, there is always the risk of scarring. This may or may not disappear totally over time. If it is not a facial procedure then a small scar is less significant, but a permanent facial scar can be difficult to conceal. There is also a slight chance of infection where the skin is broken.

When carrying out castor oil mole removal, (or any other natural mole removal) it is best to do an allergy test on an area away from the mole and leave for 24 hours to observe any potential allergic reaction to the oil.

The Procedure For Castor Oil Mole Removal

Using the caster oil mole removal system is straightforward. Apply the oil directly to the mole using a cotton bud, avoiding the surrounding skin. You will need to repeat this process 2 to 4 times each day for a period of a few weeks to get rid of your skin mole completely.

Over this time you will observe changes taking place. This could involve your mole shrinking, growing, irritating a bit, but should not be painful. I suggest wearing a band-aid when required, especially at night to keep the castor oil on the mole and not on your pillow.

Allow air to get to the mole by removing the band-aid from time to time and to give the surrounding area time to recover.

Baking Soda & Castor Oil Removal

As an alternative to just using castor oil, you can mix it into a paste with baking soda and apply that instead. Some people report better results with this combination procedure.


The procedure is very similar to the castor oil mole removal system, except you end up with a paste to apply rather than an oil, which is a little easier to use. This should be gently washed off each night and fresh paste reapplied.

As always it is important to assess your moles prior to trying any home remedies or removal methods. If your moles look abnormal, itch, bleed, or you have noticed any changes recently, consult you doctor or dermatologist before proceeding with the castor oil mole removal method.

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