Onion:  Onions have numerous health uses, including removal of dark spots. All you have to do is to juice an onion and apply onto the affected area. Let it work for about 15 minutes before rinsing it off.

Horseradish: For optimal results, combine horseradish and apple cider vinegar and apply the solution onto the affected area once daily. The dark spots will disappear in no time!

Vitamin C Serums:  Last but not least, homemade vitamin C serums work wonders when it comes to removal of dark spots. Apply onto the dark spots and the results will be visible within a short period of time.


The pores get clogged when the skin comes into contact with dirt, which in turn inhibits skin`s ability to breathe. To prevent inflammation and get a glowing skin, follow the instructions below:

Sugar Scrub:  Mix sugar and lemon juice to create a paste. Then, rub it onto the skin with a cotton ball, using circular motions. Rinse with warm water when done.

Steaming: Water steam is one of the best ways to get clean and glowing skin.  Place your face over a container with boiling water, cover the head with a towel, and steam for about 15 minutes. Wash the face with lukewarm water when done and apply vinegar to remove any extra dirt, if any.


Moles are usually considered harmless, but if they change their color or shape, it may be indicate cancer. The good news is that you can remove them with the help of crushed garlic, which should be applied topically and let to work for a couple of hours. Applying apple cider vinegar is another way to get rid of moles naturally.

Garlic:  Clear the skin surrounding the mole with petroleum jelly or beeswax, if you want to use more natural alternative. Apply garlic onto the mole and put bandage over it. Repeat the procedure until the mole disappears.

Apple Cider Vinegar: Soak a cotton ball in ACV and apply onto the affected area. Put bandage over it and let it work for 8 hours.

Castor Oil and Baking Soda: Mix castor oil with baking soda to create a paste. Apply onto the mole, put bandage over it, and let it work overnight. Rinse well in the morning and repeat every night until tbe mole disappears.


Skin tags usually appear on the eyelids, neck, upper chest, and underarms. They are usually caused by skin rubbing and the most common treatment includes freezing, tying off, or cutting off. Consider other alternatives:

Apple Cider Vinegar:  Soak a cotton ball in ACV and squeeze to remove excess liquid. Apply onto the affected area and let it work for a while.

Castor Oil and Baking Soda: Mix both ingredients to create a paste which should be applied directly onto the skin tag.  Bandage the area and repeat the procedure 2-3 times daily.

Tea Tree Oil: Soak a cotton ball in water and then add a few drops of tea tree oil onto it. Press onto the affected are and secure with a bandage. Repeat the procedure 2-3 times on a daily basis over the course of a month.

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