4 Ways to Get Rid of Moles Without Surgery

Most moles are harmless and do not cause pain so do not need treatment. But sometimes, some people want to get rid of moles for beauty reasons or because their moles, especially those that arise, cause discomfort when rubbing against clothes or relating to jewelry.

There are several ways to get rid of moles. Which is the most effective?
4 Ways to Get Rid of Moles Without Surgery


Various ways to get rid of moles

Depending on the nature and size of the mole you have, there are a number of options for how to remove the mole as follows:


1. Mole removal cream
There are several creams on the market that claim to be able to get rid of moles. Mole removal cream is indeed favored as a cheaper and operation-free method to get rid of annoying moles. However, such creams are usually ineffective.

Most mole removal creams require that you scratch the skin surface of the mole first before applying it. Then, this cream is absorbed into the mole through the open wound and works to burn the skin from the inside, thus creating a scab under the mole. Over time, the kopeng will fall apart and bring your mole with him.

This cream can leave a hole in your skin at the location of your first mole, or cause scarring that is more clearly visible than the mole itself. Mole removal cream can also make your skin more susceptible to infection, and by removing the mole independently, you can be unaware of the early warning signs of cancer.

2. Cryotherapy (freezing)
The cryotherapy method for removing moles is done by a doctor. The doctor will apply or spray the area of ​​your mole with a small dose of super cold liquid nitrogen. In general, this method is used to remove prominent moles or warts. This procedure can be a bit painful, but the doctor will anesthetize your skin with local anesthesia before it starts.

After doing cryotherapy, you may notice that the skin on the site of your mole is slightly blistered, but this will heal by itself.

3. Using a laser
Lasers are usually recommended for smaller, flatter, and lighter to moderate colored moles for cosmetic reasons. The main advantage of the laser is that this technique leaves neat results with minimal scarring compared to surgical options.

This procedure can be a bit painful, but the doctor will anesthetize your skin with local anesthesia before it starts. After the examination, the doctor or surgeon will choose the most appropriate laser technology depending on the mole. This procedure can be a bit painful, but the doctor will anesthetize your skin with local anesthesia before it starts. The laser beam emits certain wavelengths of light to target the dark pigment in the skin and vaporize it. The laser also burns the wound which means that this procedure almost does not cause bleeding and can heal quickly.

However, laser is not an effective method of choice for most deep moles because the laser beam is not able to penetrate deep enough, and there is no tissue left to check for early warning signs of cancer.

4. Burned
With the combustion technique, the doctor will use an electric current to heat a sterile wire. This hot wire is then used to burn the top layer of your mole's skin. The heat produced will prevent bleeding. However, you may need more than one treatment session to completely get rid of moles.

This procedure can be a bit painful, but the doctor will anesthetize your skin with local anesthesia before it starts.

Check with your doctor if you have a mole that looks different from your other moles. The doctor may need to do a mole biopsy, which means removing the mole and sending it to a laboratory to check for skin cancer.

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