Despite the moans most people make at the mention of castor oil its medicinal benefits have proven to be true for many years now. This is true for mole removal too.
Castor oil is actually oil from the castor plant, specifically from the castor bean. This plant is native to Africa and parts of Asia. Castor oil provides an excellent source of moisture for the skin (and hair) as it is rich in fatty acids. You can find castor oil in many beauty products like lipstick, creams, hair styling formulas, and more. Castor oil can make you shine and glow. It can also prove to effectively and safely remove your moles.
Traditionally castor oil is associated with helping with gastrointestinal issues particularly constipation. It has been long used as a folk remedy for much more than that including castor oil packs for aches and pains; a teaspoon of castor oil to induce labor; eye irritation, and more.
In fact castor oil has been revered for a very long time. Recent research indicates that 4,000 years ago castor oil was placed in the tombs of the pharaohs in Egypt as well as used medicinally in Egypt, China, and even India.
If you want to try castor oil for all natural mole removal follow one of these two methods:
Clean the mole to be treated. Apply castor oil directly to the mole and rub for about 30 seconds with your finger. Do 2 times a day, preferably morning and night. In about 4 weeks the mole should be gone.
Clean the mole to be treated. Apply one drop of castor oil to the mole, cover with medical tape or a Band-Aid. Do this twice a day and keep covered. Continue for 3 weeks. After this the mole should fall off.
Remember everyone’s body is different, and each mole can be different from the next. Try out different methods of all natural mole removal and find the one that works best with your body chemistry and your moles.
Choosing all natural mole removal methods are much easier on the body in numerous ways than surgery or other traditional mole removal methods.