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How to Get Rid of Moles Safely and Naturally

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  • Common moles are typically 5 to 6 millimeters in diameter, and have distinct edges and a solid color. They are commonly found in areas exposed to sunlight
  • Apple cider vinegar contains both malic and tartaric acid, which may help dissolve the mole
  • The risk of developing melanoma is dependent on numerous factors, including race, family history and exposure to extreme sunlight. The abundance of moles on someone’s skin may be one of the clear indications of a person’s risk as well, with people who have 50 or more moles being two to four times more at risk

You've probably come across a few brown, black or blue moles around your body. In fact, you probably have between 10 and 40 moles in random areas of your skin. This number varies from person to person and is influenced by race and age. People with fairer skin normally have more moles than people with darker skin. If you think you have more moles than the average person, there's nothing to worry about, as long as they're not growing or changing in any way.

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