The One & Only Way to Remove Moles, Warts, & Skin Tags Without Surgery


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There are several common skin lesions which include moles, skin tags and warts. Moles are black or brown growths that may appear anywhere on the body. They are formed when melanocytes (the cells which produce skin pigment) grow in a cluster instead of being spread evenly throughout the skin. Most moles appear by the age of twenty. Congenital nevi appear at birth, and have a greater probability of becoming cancerous than moles which appear after birth.

Moles are usually non-cancerous, however if you notice changes such as bleeding, itching, oozing, or pain, you should take this as a warning sign that something is wrong. Melanoma is a dangerous form of skin cancer that should not be taken lightly, especially if you live in an area that has predominant sunlight during the year, such as the desert.

Get into the habit of examining your own skin regularly, and note any changes that may occur. Follow the ABCDEs listed below, and if a mole displays any of the signs, have it checked immediately for cancer.

1. Asymmetry: If the two halves of mole do not match.
2. Border: The edges are ragged, blurred, or irregular.
3. Color: If the mole is not consistent in color, or contains shades of tan, brown, black, blue, white, or red.
4. Diameter: If the diameter is abnormally large.
5. Elevation: A portion of the mole is raised up from the skin.

A skin tag is a flap of tissue connected by a stalk. They are generally found on the neck, chest, back, armpits, under the breasts, or in the groin area, and appear most often in women and in elderly people.

A skin tag is usually treated by either cutting it off with a scalpel or scissors, cryotherapy (freezing it off) or electrosurgery (burning it off with an electric current).

Common warts are growths on the skin caused by one of the 60 types of human papillomavirus (HPV) which attack the outer dermis and begin to rapidly grow. These viruses are transmitted through direct contact with an infected individual or by touching something that an infected person has touched such as a door knob, a pencil or a counter top. The virus will enter the skin through a cut or scrape, and may not cause a wart to form immediately. Viruses can remain viable outside of the human body for quite some time, unlike human pathogenic bacteria.

Warts generally appear on the hands, but they may manifest on the arms, legs or face. They are ugly, embarrassing, and can spread on the body causing several other warts, so caution must be taken not to scratch them.

It is imperative that when treating these warts, the original wart or "mother" be removed, as this will be the source of any further infection. Some people seem to be more susceptible to having warts, and they tend to reappear from time to time.

Along with common warts, there are other types of warts which can infect the body:

    Plantar warts appear as lumps on the soles of the feet.

    Genital wartsappear in the pubic area, on the genitals, in the anus, and/or in the vagina. They often appear in clusters and may spread rapidly. HPV infection is the most common sexually transmitted disease in North America and certain forms of the virus can cause cervical cancer.

    Flat warts are more common in teens and children and generally occur on the face or on the legs.

    Palmer wartsappear on the palms, generally on children.

Moles Warts Skin Tags Removal is an all-natural, non surgical system that will help you get rid of these skin deformities, easily. It's an alternative to expensive surgery and freezing treatments that are widely used today.wrote this article.Samantha is a certified personal trainer, former Olympic swimmer, and licensed dietician.

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