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Mole & Wart Removal

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Postby whatsnew » Tue Oct 16, 2007 4:51 pm

vanity666bonet wrote:Why does this sound like a bad info-mercial.I would assume this would be all over if this product truly worked.


It is all over the place. Just go to ebay. type in mole remover and look for the eye pic with the brown box. Look at the feedback. I think you'll see it's for real:)
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Postby Jackie62 » Sat Jul 05, 2008 4:30 am

I used the itworkspaste which I think is supposed to be similar to the molepaste. I thought at first it wasn't going to work, but after I prepped it better and applied the paste to the whole thing, it really did kill it in 20 minutes. It began to turn purple, then scabbed and then I just waited until the scab fell off. It really did work for me. I am not sure about others here, but I would buy it again. I had this huge ugly thing that I was embarrassed to show in public. Now it's all flat and I am just going to allow it to heal more so it matches my own skin color.
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Postby grizziegirl » Thu Jul 10, 2008 11:56 pm

Jackie62 wrote:I used the itworkspaste which I think is supposed to be similar to the molepaste. I thought at first it wasn't going to work, but after I prepped it better and applied the paste to the whole thing, it really did kill it in 20 minutes. It began to turn purple, then scabbed and then I just waited until the scab fell off. It really did work for me. I am not sure about others here, but I would buy it again. I had this huge ugly thing that I was embarrassed to show in public. Now it's all flat and I am just going to allow it to heal more so it matches my own skin color.


Try to get a pic of it so we can see, and keep us updated.
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itworkspaste

Postby Jackie62 » Sun Aug 24, 2008 4:22 pm

Just another update on the itworkspaste for mole removal. I'm still very happy with this product. My husband used it since my use on a mole he had and he also had good results. I have a very faint scar that is lighter than my skin color but it is summer and I'm tan so it shows a little more now than before. All in all, it is way better than having the ugly mole. One place I used it, I can't even find the spot where the mole was. The other (with the lighter skin) is where I'm tan so I can see the faint spot where the mole was. If my darn camera worked, I'd get ya a picture.
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Re: itworkspaste

Postby texchicky » Fri Jul 10, 2009 5:40 am

Jackie62 wrote:Just another update on the itworkspaste for mole removal. I'm still very happy with this product. My husband used it since my use on a mole he had and he also had good results. I have a very faint scar that is lighter than my skin color but it is summer and I'm tan so it shows a little more now than before. All in all, it is way better than having the ugly mole. One place I used it, I can't even find the spot where the mole was. The other (with the lighter skin) is where I'm tan so I can see the faint spot where the mole was. If my darn camera worked, I'd get ya a picture.

I am new here. I searched for mole removal and found this post. Would love to hear updates from those who have used this in the past. I am thinking about getting some.
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Re: Mole & Wart Removal

Postby whatsnew » Fri Apr 30, 2010 2:53 pm

texchicky it's been awhile since I've been on here, but the best place for updates on any product is to go to ebay where there is real feedback. Good luck!
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Re: Mole & Wart Removal

Postby dollypie » Sun May 29, 2011 12:52 pm

I've used several things to try and get rid of skin tags and raised moles.

One thing I tried was castor oil and baking soda (google and there is lots of info about it). It does work but it's messy and tends to burn away the skin around the mole as well, making it rather a sore and painful procedure! Also you can only treat moles within easy reaching distance of course.

Then I tried some natural mole remover - can't remember what it was called, but it was a dark brown paste I ordered online and it didn't work for me at all! No results!

The best thing in my opinion is to go to a salon that does "diarthermy" (sometimes called something else I believe) which is offered as skin tag and red vein removal. It's cheap, around £50, and only takes a few minutes. I had loads of small and large skin tags and raised moles that were hanging off treated, and they have not shown any signs of growing back in the few years that I had it done.
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Re: Mole & Wart Removal

Postby CaliGirl70 » Sat Jun 25, 2011 9:29 am

Be very, very when using mole paste from http://www.molepaste.com

I've had moles taken off professionally, but I had insurance at the time.
So I found this mole paste on the web , and the reviews were great.

I used it last September 2010 and I still have scars from where the moles were taken off. In fact, one that I took off on the front of my neck and chest turned into hypertrophic scars, which look like pimples. So instead of having a mole there, it looks like I'm breaking out.
The mole I took off on my left wrist now has a pink scar.

Even with a dermatologist taking off a mole doesn't mean you won't be left with a scar (I know from experience) but be careful when doing this yourself as you could end up with even worse scarring such as hypertrophic scarring.
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Re: Mole & Wart Removal

Postby GabiInChicago » Sun Dec 11, 2011 12:58 pm

I have removed moles completely using TCA I got from Amazon. Here are some pictures:
http://mychemicalpeel.blogspot.com/2011/11/complete-mole-removal-with-tca-chemical.html

I've also removed skin tags with TCA...more pictures:
http://mychemicalpeel.blogspot.com/2011/12/remove-skin-tags-with-chemical-peels.html
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Re: Mole & Wart Removal

Postby nimmi00001 » Mon May 14, 2012 8:24 am

I'm really worried .. My daughter is having these spots on her face which have occurred after her acne problem. The pigmentation is all gone but the scars are there for so long and i haven't found any reliable product which could make her scars disappear . Please help . I've heard of this product InviCible Scars Advanced Scar Treatment | For Scars & Dark Spots
Is it worth buying ? I have also heard about Mederma Skin Care for Scars, Scarring & Stretch Marks | Mederma.com. Please tell me what are your views regarding both these products ?
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Re: Mole & Wart Removal

Postby GabiInChicago » Mon May 14, 2012 10:18 am

Mandelic acid is supposed to be a really good product to reduce the hyperpigmentation associated with acne scars as well as acne and melasma:
http://www.mychemicalpeel.blogspot.com/2012/05/adult-acne-and-melasma.html
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