Cause: Skin tags often occur due to friction from clothing.
Remedy: Apply a cotton ball soaked in apple cider vinegar (ACV) to the skin tag several times a day until it falls off. An alternative is using tea tree oil, though this method may take about ten days to work.
Cause: Warts are primarily caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV).
Remedy: Apply ACV on the affected area and cover it with a bandage or tape, changing it twice a day. Another method is using duct tape: cover the wart with duct tape for a week, then soak in water and rub off with a pumice stone.
Crushed garlic can be applied to the mole and left for four hours daily.
ACV can also be used, though it might be less effective than garlic.
Prevention and Treatment: Ensure that pores are always clean. Start by opening pores with steam, then cleanse the face. After cleansing, apply 100% natural ACV as an astringent and use a moisturizer like coconut oil.
Age Spots (Liver Spots):
Cause: Often result from excessive sun exposure.
Remedy: Apply lemon juice to lighten the dark spots, as lemon acts as a bleaching agent. It’s also recommended to use plenty of sunscreen for protection.
Credit: Happy Cooking