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The Magic of Massage Therapy

I was going through intense physical therapy to recover after surgery, and every day I went to bed with sore, achy muscles. Finally, my physical therapist suggest I give massage therapy a try. Massage therapy really helped me relax and unwind after a hard day at physical therapy, but I think it also helped speed my recovery. It helped with blood flow and circulation, and I really felt much better after every session. I liked it so much that I kept going even after I was fully recovered. I started this blog to talk about the magic of massage therapy. It really helped me, and I believe that it can really help others as well. If you’ve been wanting to learn what massage therapy is like and how it helps, you’ll find the answers here on my blog.


Taking A Closer Look At Mole Removal At Home With Apple Cider Vinegar

Moles may be just a part of life for some people, but if you are like most, a mole on your skin is one thing that you will likely want to eliminate. Even though there are safe and effective methods that many dermatologists use to eliminate moles, there is one home remedy that has a lot of people talking and that is using apple cider vinegar for mole removal. While this may be effective for some people, if you are planning to try this home remedy out for yourself, it is best to take some time to fully understand the process and if it is actually a safe idea.    

How does that apple cider mole removal process work?

The basic idea of the apple cider vinegar, or ACV, mole removal process is to apply ACV daily for several hours per day to the mole, for several days in a row. To accomplish this, you would neat to soak a piece of cotton gauze or a cotton ball in ACV and hold it in place on the mole with a bandage. Many people choose to do this while they are sleeping, which automatically means they have used the ACV on the mole for around eight hours. The acetic acid in the ACV slowly eats away at the skin of the mole until it starts to turn black and scab over, at which time you should stop repeating the process.

Is the ACV method safe for removing moles?

Removing moles with ACV is debatable among doctors, because patients do not always know if a mole they have could be cancerous. Even if you have visually inspected the mole for irregular shape and color, it is always best to have the mole checked by a physician before trying to remove the mole on your own. Even though the ACV method has been approved by some doctors, it is easy to exacerbate a problem with a cancerous mole through home removal methods.

Tips for Safety with ACV Mole Removal

  • First and foremost, talk about your intentions with your doctor and have the mole examined.
  • Use petroleum jelly around the mole to keep the ACV from irritating surrounding skin.
  • Stop treatment immediately if the removal site or mole gets painfully irritated.
  • Use only high-quality apple cider vinegar made from organic ingredients.

You may be in a hurry to jump into an at-home treatment for mole removal, but it is always best to make sure that what you are doing is safe. If you are considering using apple cider vinegar to remove an unsightly mole, talk to your doctor for advice.