Tips to Manage Moles on Skin

There is a significant number of people in the highly populated city of Fort Worth, Texas who have moles on their skin. If you have moles, you should visit a Fort Worth moles specialist as soon as possible for an evaluation.

A mole is a cluster of the cells that give your skin its color when they grow into a pigmented lesion on your skin. Though most moles are harmless, some of them can lead to serious skin health issues.

A specialist will substantially help you address your mole problem but you can do a great deal to manage them on your own. The following are several tips you can use to manage the moles on your skin:

1. Wear Sunscreen

Excessive exposure to sunlight is very detrimental to your skin. If you have moles on your skin, too much sunlight will make them worse and makes the moles’ cells more likely to become cancerous.

To prevent that, you need to wear sunscreen whenever you are outside in the sun. Look for a sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30, though an SPF of 45 is ideal.

It can be difficult to remember to apply sunscreen whenever you leave the house. Look for skincare products with sunscreen which you are likely to use every day.

2. Avoid Tanning

The sun is the best way to get a good tan if done moderately. Artificial tanning methods are a sure way to make your moles worse or multiply if you have them.

Tanning beds in particular may be efficient in providing tans but they are very harmful. They produce carcinogenic elements that are not only harmful to your skin but also your general health.

Therefore, if you want to better manage your moles, you should skip tanning for the foreseeable future. Get some mild sunlight instead early in the morning or late in the evening.

3. Use Castor Oil and Baking Soda Mix

Household items can be repurposed and made to be a great tool in managing moles. A mix of baking soda and castor oil is particularly helpful in managing moles, and in some cases, removing them.

The mixture creates a viscous ointment that you should rub on your moles. If you do so for several weeks, you should see a distinct change in the size and number of moles on your skin.

The baking soda dries the mole which needs moisture to survive. The castor oil helps protect the skin from the hazardous cells in the mole.

4. Apply Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a plant with many known health benefits. One of them is to help get rid of moles on human skin or at least reduce them.

First and foremost, you should get tested to see if you are allergic to aloe vera. If not, you should use the plant as often as you can for its skin rejuvenating properties.

Apply the aloe vera extract over the moles for several weeks and leave it on until you go to sleep. A drop of aloe vera extract per mole should be enough to significantly reduce the moles. 

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