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Mole & Wart Removal

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Mole & Wart Removal

Postby superguy » Thu Jul 12, 2007 8:40 am

I am "brand" new to this site. I didn't see anything about this topic elsewhere so I am starting a new topic. Is there anyone who has had moles or warts or other things like skin tags removed?

It goes without saying that a doctor should be consulted first, and I have, so I am as sure as I can be that my moles are not cancerous. I also have a wart that refuses to go away with the Dr Scholls stuff (salisylic acid sp?) after numerous treatments.

Any comments would be appreciated!
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Postby whatsnew » Thu Jul 12, 2007 10:04 am

I've been a member for a long time on this board but never responded until I saw your post just now.

My mother in law had 8 moles to remove. After her doctor saw her and told her they wern't cancer, they said her insurance wouldn't cover it because it was cosmetic. So she'd have to pay around $1600 total. A nurse told her to use the molepaste.com. She bought it and I applied it for her. This stuff knocked um out! All of her moles scabbed up by the next day and within a week they fell off. She is using camellia oil and emuscar cream to help keep the scars away.

They have a site with before/after pics and live testimonial/chats.

Highly recommend.

Good luck!
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Mole & Wart Removal

Postby superguy » Thu Jul 12, 2007 10:51 am

Whatsnew,

Thank you for the web site and product. I'll check out that site. I have questions though!

Do you know what the stuff is made of? Is it safe? Does it hurt to apply? Anything you could tell me about it the application would be helpful.

Anyone else out there used this stuff or any other similar product??
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Re: Mole & Wart Removal

Postby whatsnew » Thu Jul 12, 2007 2:56 pm

superguy wrote:Whatsnew,

Thank you for the web site and product. I'll check out that site. I have questions though!

Do you know what the stuff is made of? Is it safe? Does it hurt to apply? Anything you could tell me about it the application would be helpful.

Anyone else out there used this stuff or any other similar product??


Got this email from customer service:

"Produces Natural Cauterization
The cell tissues of warts, moles, skin tags and age spots are burned by
the natural components derived from the herbal extracts.

Produces similar results as Electro-cauterization, but without
anesthesia.
Causes destruction of skin tag within 20 minutes after a
single application. Dried up lesions fall off in 7-21 days.

Minimally invasive. May or may not scar. Most likely will not if scab is not disturbed or removed prematurely.

There will be a small pink area for about 90 days (new baby skin cells forming)"
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Mole & Wart removal

Postby superguy » Tue Jul 17, 2007 6:01 pm

Hi Whatsnew,

Sorry I took so long to get back to you! Thank you for your response! I have ordered the #1 Natural Mole & Wart remover to try on my wart and two moles I have. Both are not visible with clothes on so I am going to try those before I attempt the wart on a finger. The web site is very informative and makes it sound pretty safe, but it gives the usual warnings about consulting a doctor!

If there is anyone else out there who has used this product from the web site molepaste.com I'd appreciate knowing about your experience!!

Superguy!
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Re: Mole & Wart removal

Postby whatsnew » Thu Aug 02, 2007 4:54 pm

superguy wrote:Hi Whatsnew,

Sorry I took so long to get back to you! Thank you for your response! I have ordered the #1 Natural Mole & Wart remover to try on my wart and two moles I have. Both are not visible with clothes on so I am going to try those before I attempt the wart on a finger. The web site is very informative and makes it sound pretty safe, but it gives the usual warnings about consulting a doctor!

If there is anyone else out there who has used this product from the web site molepaste.com I'd appreciate knowing about your experience!!

Superguy!


Did you ever try it? How did it work for you?
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Mole & Wart remover

Postby superguy » Thu Aug 09, 2007 8:19 pm

Hi Whatsnew!

I have not responded here for awhile because I have a life and this takes time!!

OK, so I recieved the product you recomended here, the #1 Natural Mole & Wart Remover from a sire called Molepaste! It arrived in about 4 days and comes in a small box with a small amount of paste that you apply to the mole and leave on for about 20 minutes. I applied it to a small mole and, yikes!, it hurts!...but nothing major...I'm a baby about this stuff, like a burn or sting, and it went away in 15 minutes or so. The mole turned balck and has scabbed over and is about ready to fall off!! So far so good! It appears pink surroounding the mole and it looks like I will be "moleless" in another couple of days!

I'm hoping it does not leave any scar, and from what I have read it leaves a pink area that fades away after treatment with something called camelia oil? I don't have any and want to be sure it heals quickly and well so I'll probably go back to the Molepaste web site and purchase some. I also have pure Aloe gel and will probalby use that too!

I'll check back in a few days to let you know how it's going!!
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Postby m00sie » Thu Aug 09, 2007 10:59 pm

Its been good reading this post. Do you know if the molepaste stuff works on flat moles too?
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Postby NearlyThere » Tue Aug 14, 2007 4:34 pm

I'd like to know that too m00sie! I have a few flat moles on my torso that I'd love to get rid of. And I have a few skin tags. I hate to pay to have those removed cause the dermo told me I could just cut them myself but I prefer not to.
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moel & wart removal

Postby superguy » Tue Aug 14, 2007 4:41 pm

Flat moles? Hi guys. Sorry it has been awhile! My two moles were raised and they are now GONE!! Still scabs left but one is about to drop off!! I'll give you a progress update!!

I would suggest reading the stuff on that web site...something like molepaste, and see if it addresses flat moles.

If I find anything out I'll keep you posted!!

Superguy!!!!!
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mole & wart removal

Postby superguy » Mon Sep 03, 2007 3:45 pm

Hi!

OK. I think I can speak as an expert on mole removel now! I have used this product, the #1 Mole & Wart Renover, on two moles so far. One is completely gone and one still has a scar where the mole was. The smaller mole on my shoulder blade is barely visible now, just a small pink area!!! The other one has a ways to go to be healed, but it was bigger!

Someone asked about flat moles. According to the web site, molepaste.com, this will remove moles, skin tags, warts, age spots, and yes flat moles!

Now that I am more than satisfied with the results I just decided to try it on my last one, a small raised mole on my face about an inch to the right of my eye. It was just applied and it stings pretty good!! Ouch. It has been about 20 minutes and is starting to not hurt, it has blackened and appears to be doing its job!

I'll post again when this one falls off and update everyone on the healing progress! I can say that this stuff really works GREAT!!!

superguy!
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Mole removal

Postby superguy » Tue Sep 11, 2007 8:19 pm

Whatsnew and moosie,

Wow! I applied this molepaste stuff to my third mole, one on my face, and I have to say I was not real eager to try it. After the success on my shoulder and waiting 3 months to see the reaction, it gave me the courage to try it on my face mole! It's about a week, and the scab has fallen off just today!! It looks 80% better than yesterday and it appears like I will have another scab that is lighter than the first one.

If this acts the same way as the one on my shoulder, in about a month all that will be visible on my face is a light pink area where the mole was (a black ugly mole next to my eye...about an inch away). The shoulder mole is a very faint pink mark, barely visible.

In about two months my mole on my face which is now a light brown scab, should be just about gone completely and new pink skin where that stinkin' ugly mole was! Why did I wait so long to remove these things?
For anyone trying this, there are probably 3-4 web sites with similar products and different names. I just found the one that was cheaper and I was impressed with some of the testimonials. That's why I chose this one, called the #1 Natural Mole & Wart Remover! Try it, it works!!!
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Postby whatsnew » Thu Sep 13, 2007 6:54 am

my mom used it on her age spot, which is like a flat mole and it worked, so I guess it would work on flat moles too?
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Mole & Wart Removal

Postby superguy » Thu Sep 13, 2007 11:18 am

:D One week and the ugly black mole is gone, the ugly black scar just fell off, and I have a round light scar where the mole was! I am keeping it under a band aid at night with vitamin E cream and Aloe Vera during the day. I apply the Aloe 3-4 times a day and it is healing really fast! Wow! This stuff works! I am glad I waited though to try it on my face. Now, I would NOT hesitate to try it anywhere! I would think it works on Flat moles too! The #1 Mole & Wart Remover.....!!
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Postby vanity666bonet » Mon Oct 08, 2007 7:18 pm

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