How To Remove Moles Naturally?


Generally, moles are harmless skin condition which can be caused by accidents, scars, burn injuries or skin diseases. Here is a list of some home natural remedies which can help you get rid of moles.

How To Remove Moles Naturally

Apple cider vinegar

You can remove moles from your skin by simply applying apple cider vinegar on the affected area. Apple cider vinegar is very effective in treating moles because it contains malic and tartaric acid. However, you should be careful because you may experience burning sensation.

Garlic and potatoes

Prepare a garlic paste and apply it directly to your moles or scarred skin. Wrap it with bandage. Leave it to act overnight. Repeat the procedure for 5 days in a row.

Note: Before you start the treatment, make sure your skin is not hypersensitive to garlic.

Take some potatoes and cut them into slices. Apply them directly on the moles. They act as scrubbing agents and stimulate the fast removal of moles.


Iodine is the perfect natural remedy for removing moles because it can be applied even to sensitive skin. Simply apply iodine on the affected area three times daily. You can repeat the treatment until you obtain the desired results.

Sour apple juice

Citric acid is shown to be very effective in moles removal. Sour fruits such as apples, lemons or oranges are an excellent source of this acid. Squeeze the juice of any of the mentioned fruits and apply it to the moles. This treatment should be practiced for three weeks, no more.

Pineapple and sea salt

Pineapples contain sour compound which can successfully dissolve moles, while salt has the ability to remove the dead cell layer form the skin.

Castor oil and baking soda

Make a natural paste by mixing ½ tsp of castor oil with one teaspoon of baking soda. Apply the resulting mixture on the affected area and allow it to act overnight.


Regular application of honey on the moles can be very effective natural treatment. All you need to do is to apply honey on the affected area regularly like a face cream.

Bloodroot Paste

The extract of bloodroot herb has shown excellent results in removing moles from the skin. However, this extract can cause tissue damage when applied directly onto the skin so consult your dermatologist before using this tincture.

Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera gel is very effective in treating various skin conditions, including moles. Due to its mild effect, it can take time until the first visible results. It is the perfect option for people with sensitive skin. Soak a cotton ball in aloe vera gel and apply it directly onto the moles and allow it to act overnight.

Flaxseed Oil

Combine flaxseed oil with honey and apply on the affected area. Let it act for at least an hour and then rinse.


Although natural remedies are cheaper they are not as fast as the medical treatments. But even though they are slow the results are positive. People who have sensitive skin should be careful and keep the acidic juice on the mole for no more than 15 minutes. Cooling gel as Aloe Vera should be applied around the moles to avoid burning the healthy skin around the mole.