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How To Naturally Remove Moles, Warts, Blackheads, Skin Tags, And Age Spots

he skin is the largest organ in the body; it covers about 20 square feet. It protects us from microbes, helps us regulate body temperature, and permits the sensations of touch, heat and cold.

But when something surfaces that shouldn’t be there, like a wart, you notice it right away. Some people take their skin for granted and don’t do anything about it, but for those who take pride in healthy skin, you want it taken care of.

The good news is that there are natural remedies that can cure your warts, moles, blackheads, skin tags, and age spots. All you have to do is continue reading to find out what they are.

Why Our Skin is Important: But before we get into the natural remedies, lets first discuss what makes our skin so important. Our skin contains three layers which are known as epidermis (the outer layer), dermis (the middle layer), and hypodermis (the inner and thickest layer).

Each of those layers helps protect us from elements like rain, snow and the UV rays from the sun. It also helps regulate our metabolism, body temperature, circulation and fluid balance.

Conventional Removal Methods: If you don’t feel like removing anything from your skin, a doctor will gladly take care of the warts, skin tag and blackheads for you. Some of the methods they could use include cryotherapy (freeze the area than remove) and laser surgery (use a laser to burn it off).

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Natural Remedies for Warts: OK, we have finally made it to the natural remedies section of this article. Warts are noncancerous growths that are most commonly found on the hands and feet. Warts have the ability to spread between people from direct or indirect contact.

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