If you’re at all like me or countless others who are looking for solutions on how to get rid of moles on your face or other (maybe embarrassing) parts of your body? Don’t worry… You’re Not Alone!
This is what inspired me to go on a fact finding mission to learn more about these pesky skin tags. After spending hours and hours researching how to get rid of moles on your face and body, I became quite frustrated at only uncovering bits and pieces of information one at a time, nothing comprehensive that was answering all of the different questions I had?
Then I came across Rachel Rohanna’s site, author of Say Goodbye To Moles. After reading all of the detailed information she provides about her life experiences and extensive research on skin moles and how to get rid of them (many things I had never considered or had any idea about), I decided to purchase her guide and see if it could help answer my questions??
You can learn firsthand about Rachel’s background, experience and extensive research on how to get rid of moles on your face and body as well as many other issues related to moles at her official site below.
Moles can really affect people’s lives and self confidence, especially when they are located on your face or other visible areas of your body. Do you ever feel like when you’re talking to someone you feel uneasy or maybe paranoid like they are staring at your mole and not listening to what you’re saying? This is obviously not the case, but it can certainly make you feel that way.
Say Goodbye to Moles Review
If you’re having questions about how to get rid of moles on your face and body, removal methods (Natural vs. Medical), or learning more about moles & mole cancer, you might be interested in reading more about Rachel Rohanna’s “Say Goodbye to Moles” review below.
On pages 5-7 of Rachel’s eBook, she provides facts and statistics about moles including seven of the most common warning signs of a possible malignant mole. If see any of these red flag symptoms with your moles you should seek a medical professional opinion immediately to determine how to best address your situation.
Moles can also have a psychological impact on people, especially when they are located in highly visible areas such as your face or other (private) parts of your body. It is also not uncommon for people to change the way they dress to try and hide them. Moles should not control your life or force you to feel self conscious or paranoid.
In Chapter 2 of Say Goodbye to Moles, Rachel provides graphic images, tables, and descriptions of all the Mole Classifications to help you decide what type of mole you’re dealing with? She explains in “Medical Terms” and “Layman Terms” so that typical (non-medical) people can understand what it really means?
Types of Treatment
Medical Removal of Moles
Before deciding on any method for treating mole removal you should seek a medical specialist. If a mole is cancerous you will obviously want to seek treatment from a medical professional. Depending on where your mole is and how comfortable you are with the removal procedure, you may want look at your options of going to either a cosmetic surgeon (plastic surgeon) or dermatologist.
Natural Solutions and Home Remedies
If you simply have moles that you want to remove for personal reasons, there are nearly two dozen Natural Home Remedies included in Say Goodbye to Moles. The exciting thing about the home remedies is that you can start working on removing your moles naturally and quickly using many ingredients that you probably already have in your home. If not, a quick visit to your local grocery store is all that’s needed to get started immediately.
The complete list of ALL 23 Natural Mole Removal Remedies that Rachel provides in Chapter 4 is worth the price of Rachel’s Say Goodbye To Moles alone!
You can learn many more things about about how to get rid of moles on your face and body by visiting Rachel Rohanna’s Say Goodbye To Moles at her official site below.