There are many ways to try removing an unwanted pier, for example:
* Apple Juice
* Soda and meadow oil
* Onion Juice
Through the Counter Treatment:
* Herbal Treatments
* Mineral salts
* surgical intervention
But when the ugly moths / sunspots were blocked from my body, I decided to use my own removal method:
* Soldering iron- Clean / Sterile, make sure you have a small tip as large solder irons can damage the surrounding skin.
However, I must note that the moths / stains intended for removal appear to be 'normal' because they were not irregular or colored, and I thought they were risk free from cancer. 19459004
It is obvious that something strange It seems I'm leaving and a specialist looks at it. I must say that I do not suggest in any way that anyone else does what I do, I'm not a specialist in this area and would suggest that you get acquainted with a specialist before you treat anything on your skin.
And obviously I needed help to remove stains from my head / back / hind legs, etc.
– Ensure the solder paste with a cloth / fabric soaked with an antiseptic material. It is used when some kind of old residue is built on it.
If the iron was too dirty Then consider a new place.
-Select the soldering paste that will allow it to warm
If you do not use the product on a heat-resistant surface, Saucer.
On this occasion, I decided to remove the pier from my head: – Secure the ragdot antiseptic wipes, do not use tissue or toilet paper, Wound. – Remove the area treated with the disinfectant wiping cloth. – All I did was remove the mol / freckle / sun patch, which is basically A skin or just under the surface, so I did not have to go too deep. "I just gave a few light blows to the cone.
The skin's melting / cool with heat. "It's just a quick and easy blow to the skin just to deliver heat to the skin if the iron was too painful for a long time and I guess , Can cause significant damage and may cause significant scarring. – After a few blows of 3-5, I could just wipe the skin with alcohol wipes and usually the upper layer of the skin went out and usually the clam with it.
If a cone did not remove after about 10 channels, I would simply leave it because I thought it would be too removable.
Then I cleaned the area and let it recover in the next 1-2 weeks, ensuring that the area is kept clean while healing it.
-I have often discovered that even if the cone was not removed, and I thought it was too deep as the cone dropped from the whole cone.
I think the heating process killed the receiver, or actually the cone that "suppressed" the cone and then removed it with the cheek
Source by Ben Hughes