Home Mole Removal
How can you remove a mole at home? Well there are different products on the market that allow you to do so. They all work quite similar, but the results you see in the pictures on the left have been reached using Dermatend.
A liquid formula is applied to the mole. The formula contains herbs, that kill the cell tissue of the mole. This causes a scab to form, which will fall off after a few days. After that, the skin beneath the scab is healthy, pink new skin.
The exact method is easy and not painful at all. First, you scratch the mole with a needle or a pumice stone. This is necessary for the formula to enter the skin of the mole.
After that, you gently apply the formula to the mole. That's all really. Now you just wait for the scab to form.
Make sure to take good care of the scab, and don't remove it. That's important for the healing process of the skin underneath, and makes sure that scarring is minimal to none.
When the scab comes off, take good care of the skin underneath. Some home removal formulas provide you with special balm that you can apply to the fresh skin to protect it.
The most popular formula for home use is Dermatend. The product has been used by tens of thousands of people world wide to remove their moles. They have a lot of very positive testimonials on their website, as well as on consumer review websites.
Also, they offer a 60 day money back guarantee, which is more than sufficient to put the product to a full test and get rid of your mole(s) quick and easy, without risking your money.
Speaking of money, home removal is the cheapest way to get rid of moles too. While sugery or laser therapy cost at least $125 to $150 per mole (sometimes more), Dermatend will only set you back $5 to $10 per mole (depending on the quantity you need).
After comparing all available methods to remove moles, we are convinced that removing them at home has the future.
People just don't like getting surgery, and the scarring will be worst with surgical removal. Laser removal only works for a small percentage of moles. And both those methods are rather expensive.
If you want to learn more about the Dermatend home mole removal formula, you can visit their website right here.