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Mole Removal Cream

By Larry Moore

If you’re not familiar with mole removal creams then, I believe, your question should not be, “Should I feel safe using a mole removal cream?” but rather, “Can I safely use a mole removal cream?” In order to answer either question you need to first understand the two basic types of over-the-counter creams available at your local pharmacy.

The two primary kinds are herbal and chemical. The majority of chemical creams, are specialized creams and can contain acids or other chemicals used to dry up and dissolve the mole. When using a chemical-based mole removal cream, there are a few things you should take into consideration before using them.

Things to consider with chemical creams:

1. Scaring: The use of chemical-based creams, due to the fact that a lot of them have acid and can leave behind scars after the mole has disappeared.

2. Irritation: If you have sensitive skin these can irritate the skin, the degree of irritation will depend on how sensitive the skin is.

3. Eyes: Since many of these creams contain acid, it is not advisable to use them when the mole is close to or around the area of your eyes. If you get any of the cream within your eyes, it can definitely cause some bad burning.

4. Use as directed: When using creams that contain chemicals, it’s essential to closely adhere to the directions of use to stay away from other issues.

Things to consider with herbal creams:

1. Scarring: Scarring associated with tropical treatments, (herbal) is far less than with the specialized creams using chemicals.

2. Irritation: If you know you have sensitive skin then the herbal treatment creams would be definitely be a much better choice for you. Herbal creams are natural-based and much less irritating to the skin.

3. Eyes: Again, just as with chemical creams, if you get the cream in your eyes, even though natural based, it can cause problems with the eyes as well as burning. If you do utilize tropical treatment creams on your moles you should close your eyes so you can avoid it getting in your eyes.

4. Use as directed: Anything you use to help correct or treat a medical condition, should be use according to the directions of use. Misuse could produce issues and end up giving you a lot more issues to take care of.

If you read the label of the products closely, and closely follow the direction of use then, yes you can and should feel safe utilizing a cream for removing moles. Just remember to read the label, avoid specialized (chemical) creams if you have sensitive skin, and always use as directed.

If any product you are thinking about making use of has an ingredient inside it that you’re not sure about, do a search on the internet for more information on the ingredient before using it.

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Moore, Larry "Mole Removal Cream." Mole Removal Cream. 22 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 12 Sep 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/mole-removal-cream/>.

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Moore, L (2010, August 22). Mole Removal Cream. Retrieved September 12, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/mole-removal-cream/

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