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The "3 Days" Moles, Warts and Skin Tags Removal™ by Charles Davidson

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Moles, Warts &
Skin Tags
Removal

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Trademarks
All terms mentioned in this digital book that are known to be
trademarks or service marks have been appropriately capitalized.
The Publisher cannot attest to the accuracy of this information. Use
of a term in this digital book should not be regarded as affecting the
validity of any trademark or service mark.

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Warning and Disclaimer
Every effort has been made to make this digital book as complete
and as accurate as possible, but no warranty or fitness is implied.
The information provided is on an “as is” basis. The author and the
publisher shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or
entity with respect to any loss or damages arising from the
information contained in this digital book.
The advice I am offering is not approved by the FDA or any other
medical organization. If you have any topical or food allergies it is
advised to consult a physician before trying these methods.

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Contents at a Glance
Introduction .......................................................................................8
Typical Surgical Methods .................................................................... 12
Electrosurgery / Electrocautery ........................................................ 12
Laser Therapy............................................................................... 13
Cryosurgery / Cryoblayion .............................................................. 15
Warts.............................................................................................. 20
Different Types of Warts .................................................................... 22
Plantar Warts................................................................................ 23
Genital Warts................................................................................ 26
Common Warts ............................................................................. 28
Traits of Warts ................................................................................. 30
The Recurring Wart ........................................................................... 33
The Natural Wart Cure ....................................................................... 35
Moles .............................................................................................. 42
Different Type of Moles ...................................................................... 46
Junctional Moles ............................................................................ 47
Compound Moles ........................................................................... 48
Dermal Moles................................................................................ 49
Blue Moles.................................................................................... 50
Sebaceous Moles

............................................................................ 51

Surgical Mole Removal Options ........................................................... 55
The Natural Mole Cure ....................................................................... 59

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Method..................................................................................... 62
Skin Tags ........................................................................................ 68
Skin Tags Removal Options ................................................................ 69
Surgical Skin Tags Removal................................................................ 71
The Natural Skin Tag Cure ................................................................... 73
External Genital Warts ....................................................................... 80
Conclusion ....................................................................................... 90

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Introduction

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Introduction
Whether you are the most enlightened person in the world or not, it
doesn’t really matter when you have warts, moles or skin tags on
your body. The fact is that they not only cause physical discomfort,
but they also cause acute embarrassment. They are, in their own
way, far worse than acne to deal with.

Fortunately, if you suffer from any of these conditions you have a
number of options available to you which are easy, natural and
relatively cheap.

But first, let me introduce myself: I was plagued with Moles, Warts &
Skin Tags.

What’s worse is I had them on the worst place

imaginable…my face!

All through school I was laughed at, teased and called “the mask.” I
never had friends in school because everyone was scared I’d infect
them with some kind of disease or “cooties.”

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If my father didn’t also have moles, warts and skin tags on his face, I
would have gotten myself checked out to see if a serious disease was
the cause of my condition. Especially as I got older, because they
kept popping up, on my hands, my neck, and... even more on my
face!

As each new wart popped up, I went deeper and deeper into
depression. I hated them. In fact, I tried every method available to
have them removed. In all, I spent thousands of dollars on over-thecounter products and expensive surgical procedures just to watch
them pop right up again. They tormented me every single day of my
life.

That’s until I discovered a simple, yet effective removal method that
changed my life.

I call it the “Moles, Warts & Skin Tags Removal”

I hope that you will find the information in this book useful; just as
thousands of people from over 70 countries have. Just remember
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that patience might be required to get the results you want. And don’t
forget that your perseverance will eventually pay off.

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Typical Surgical
Methods
Chapter 1

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Typical Surgical Methods
At this point, let’s discuss the most popular surgeries currently used
by the medical communities, which are listed below:

• Electrosurgery/Electrocautery
• Laser Therapy
• Cryosurgery/Cryoblayion

Electrosurgery / Electrocautery
In the Electrosurgery procedure, your doctor will give you an
anesthetic to numb the area where the wart is to be removed. Once
the area has become numb, your doctor will then proceed to cleanse
the area to remove any possible bacteria and germs which might be
lingering here.

At this point your doctor will take a cauder – this is a medical tool
which has been heated or electrified – and apply it to the wart. With
this tool the warts and the surrounding infected cells are burnt and
the bacteria within the cells are killed.
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Once the procedure has been finished, your doctor will remove the
dead wart. If there are any suspicions about the wart – such as
possible cancer formations – your doctor will have the wart specimen
examined in greater depth. The wound from the Electrosurgery will
then be bandaged to prevent any possible infections from occurring.

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Laser Therapy
In this form of wart removal, a laser is used to remove the wart. Prior
to the laser therapy, the area which is to undergo the surgery is given
an anesthetic to numb it. As with Electrosurgery, laser surgery can
be quite painful.

Once the area has been numbed, a high-powered laser beam will be
directed towards the wart site. The laser will continue to target the
wart area until the wart cells and the other infected cells have been
killed. Once the wart has been burned off, the laser will be turned off
and the dead wart removed.

You do need to understand that this method is quite expensive and
finding a doctor who can competently remove the wart may be
difficult. The resulting scarring and healing time you will have to face
as a result of this treatment is greater than you might expect, so
make sure that you talk with your doctor to fully understand what this
procedure entails.

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Cryosurgery / Cryoblayion
With this form of wart removal surgery, a medical tool will freeze the
wart cells and the other infected cells from within. The procedure
consists of using a tool called the “Pryoprobe” to freeze the warts by
injecting liquid nitrogen into them.

Due to the extreme cold of the liquid nitrogen, the wart cells are
frozen or killed at the cellular level. The effects which can occur from
cell freezing will include cell bursting, ice formations and blood supply
shortage. Take a closer look at these effects which can occur with
the Cryosurgery option:

• Cell Bursting - This procedure consists of freezing the cells
rapidly and then defrosting them just as fast. This rapid freezing
and thawing causes the cells to burst.
• Ice formation – the ice which can from in the cells as a result of
Cryosurgery will cause the cells to tear apart.
• Blood Supply Shortage – blood vessels which are connected to
the cell will be frozen for several minutes. This will cause the

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blood to freeze and clot. Without a constant blood supply, the
cell will eventually die off.

Once the surgery is completed, the wart will turn into a blister and
then simply fall off by itself.

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Summary
There is a very important point you should understand about each of
these surgical procedures. While they can remove the existing warts
you may have, the surgery will not cure the underlying cause.

There are also dangers to your health which can occur as a result of
any of these surgeries.

Therefore, before you consent to any of these surgeries, make sure
that you understand all of the health effects, complications, dangers
and side effects you will face if you choose to go through with any of
them. This can only be accomplished if you talk frankly with your
doctor and understand what you are choosing to undergo.

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Warts
Chapter 2

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Warts
Warts, while they can be painful, are not really life threatening. Even
so, it is best if you understand what causes warts to appear in the first
place. In addition, you should know some ways that you can prevent
the onset of warts and other skin afflictions, as well as possible cures
that can help you when you are infected with a wart.

Before we go any further, let me help you understand that there are
numerous types of warts which can affect a person. It is also
important to note that any person of any age can become infected by
any type or types of warts.

This is why it’s important that you know what type of wart you have
contracted. There are more than 100 different types of warts a
person can contract, and of these, about 30 or so can infect the
external genital areas.

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In the following sections, you will find all the information on the
different types of moles, warts and other skin problems a person can
contract, as well as ways to get rid of them.

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Different Types of Warts
As stated previously, you will find there are numerous forms of warts
which a person can contract. Therefore, to successfully treat a wart,
you need to be able to properly identify it. It is interesting to note that
each type of wart is classified according to the area where the wart
can be found.

At present, the most widespread types of warts are:
• Plantar Warts
• Planer Warts
• Genital Warts
• Common Warts

And while each of these warts has similarities, they are quite different
in nature. To understand these differences you should look at each
one in more detail. This will provide you with an idea of not only
where these warts can occur, but also the effects they have on their
victim. The first type of wart is Plantar or Mosaic Warts.

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Plantar Warts
A Plantar Wart is a wart caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)
occurring on the sole or toes of the foot.

Officially called “Verruca Plantaris”, this wart can grow in clusters
(multiple warts in the same area). In such cases, it is called a
“Mosaic Wart” due to its resemblance to a “Mosaic” pattern. In the
middle of the “Mosaic Wart“, the “Mater” can be found; which is a
large wart just in the middle of the cluster.

One important characteristic you should know about this form of wart
is that that it is known to grow inwards. In other words, as there is a
constant pressure on the soles of the foot, the wart is not given a
chance to grow outwards like it would if it were found on other parts
of the body. Due to the location of this wart, the only room provided
is within the foot itself, hence the reason why they tend to grow in
such a way.

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Plantar Warts

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Planer Warts
“Planer Warts” or “Verrua Plana” are rounded warts which are flat to
the touch and smooth. These warts are very small in size and can
grow in number ranging from 10 to over a 100. Planer Warts are
yellow, brown or skin colored. They are generally located on the
face, hands or legs.

Planar Warts

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Genital Warts
These warts are passed on by touch, and unlike the other types of
warts that you will find described here, genital warts are also
classified as STD’s (Sexually Transmitted Diseases). This means
that you can develop these warts by having sexual intercourse with a
person who has them. They can be found on both men and women.

The location of these warts can be found in and around the genital
areas. These areas include the inside of the reproductive organs, the
rectum, the penis, the vagina and even the anus. Part of the reason
why these warts can be transmitted with ease to a new host lays in
the fact that sometimes a person will not realize they have these type
of warts. It should also be noted that genital warts are extremely
contagious.

A dangerous side effect of these genital warts is the possibility of their
turning cancerous. For this reason, you will need to get medical help
as soon as you suspect that you may have contracted Genital warts.
You will need to have the warts examined so that correct and

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effective treatment can begin as soon as possible since these are
some of the most difficult types of warts to treat.

Genital Warts

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Common Warts
The medical name given for common warts is “Verruca Vulgaris”.
This wart is firm to the touch and its raised head will have a
cauliflower like appearance. The wart is generally rough in texture
due to the rapid keratin growth which is also known as plaques or
papules.

These plaques/papules are thickened bumps which may have tiny,
dark colored spots on them. These spots are blood vessels which
have become clotted.

Common warts usually appear on or around the hands near the
fingers and knuckles; in addition to these areas you will also see the
warts forming on the knees and elbows. Some people will find the
warts appearing on other parts of their bodies as well as the
aforementioned areas.

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Common Warts

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Traits of Warts
All warts share common traits which allow them to develop quite
quickly on their hosts. Among these traits you will find warts which
are:
• Autoinculable and Contagious
• Sprawling and Reproducing
• Infectious

Autoinculable and Contagious
This means that warts can be “shared” with another person through
skin contact or touching an object that was previously touched by the
infected person. Sexual contact also acts as a conduit for genital
warts. Women can go for quite some time without even knowing they
have genital warts, which may be growing in the vagina or cervix.
Some people can transmit HPV and the resulting warts without even
knowing it.

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Sprawling and Reproducing
While this is one trait that you will find in warts, you should also note
that once a wart develops it can also develop “children warts”. These
new warts help to spread the existing wart to a greater area than the
single wart is capable of doing. In looking to treat these types of
warts, you should see about not only preventing the spread of the
warts but also preventing any future re-emergence of the warts. The
ability to spawn “children” warts is known as sprawling and
reproducing.

Infectious
In the previous sections you were given clear information stating that
warts are very contagious. Just touching a person with warts or a
surface which was recently touched by an infected host is enough to
cause the bacteria within to jump to a new and unwitting host. This
ability makes warts highly infectious and you will need to exercise
extreme caution in order to ensure that you do not become an
infected carrier. You also need to take care that you do not spread
the wart infection elsewhere on your own person.
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One way that you can insure that warts are not spread further is to
look for a strong yet gentle skin disinfectant to use. Additionally, you
should try to make sure that you do not use infected hands to touch
anyone or any surface which others may use. By considering these
points and seeing a doctor as soon as possible you will be able to
prevent the warts from infecting others.

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The Recurring Wart
At this point, you need to know that there are ways in which you can
remove and cure your warts. In this section and the ones below, you
will be provided with information which can help you choose the best
path to getting rid of your existing warts and to prevent the onset of
new ones.

Here you will find different treatments you can undergo to remove
warts, and how some treatments might influence the re-appearance
of warts you thought long gone.

The first thing you need to understand is that you can choose to have
your warts removed via a surgical operation; cured via natural
methods; or by using topical medications which have been prescribed
by your doctor.

The first option we looked at previously was surgery to remove your
warts. Here you found that there were a number of choices for
removing them. Each of the choices had advantages and
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disadvantages to them. Remember you should talk with your doctor
to find out how the different procedures will be carried out and how
they will affect you before moving forward. There are possible side
effects, as well as any after-care you may need once the surgery has
been done, that you will need to discuss.

You should also talk with your doctor about how the removal of these
warts will affect your overall health. Keep in mind that although you
have undergone surgery to remove the warts you may still end up
with new warts. The chances of this occurring with the extraction
method is around 21%, while with the cryosurgery method there is a
73% chance of recurrence.

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The Natural Wart Cure
For this cure to be successful you will need to use clean and sterile
tools, as well as a fresh batch of paste per application. To make the
application process easier you may want to prepare the paste just
before you begin the treatment.

You will need the following supplies:








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Once you have gathered these supplies together you are ready to
begin. First, mix the paste to the right consistency. This paste will
need to be fresh for each application, so make sure that you make an
amount enough for the current application only.

The Paste Mix:

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1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

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6.

7.

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Important Points to Remember:












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If you see the treatment area looking red colored, don’t panic as this
is part of the healing process. Some people may experience skin
which looks discolored as well. These signs will fade and your skin
will become normal looking soon enough.

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Moles
Chapter 3

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Moles
There will be many times when you will see people with a number of
different looking moles on their bodies. Some of these moles are
small in appearance while others may be large, irregular shaped
moles which have become raised off the surface of the skin and have
some hair growth. While unsightly, they are not life threatening in
nature.

Upon closer examination you will discover these moles are caused by
the skin’s pigmentation which has built up to such a large degree that
it has caused the skin in one area to darken considerably more than
the surrounding skin.

The surface of a mole can vary in texture depending on how it looks.
For instance, moles which have become raised from the skin’s
surface may develop a rough texture, while moles found on the
surface of the skin will be flat and smooth. The shapes these moles
come in will vary from person to person.

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You will find that coloring on moles is also wide ranging and can be
affected by external forces. For instance, pregnancy, with its ability of
stretching the skin, will cause a mole’s color and appearance to
change as the skin area of the mole may be elongated or shrunk
depending on its location.

While most moles are completely benign in nature, you may need to
consult a doctor if your mole starts growing or changes its shape or
color. You will find that as the moles are composed of a number of
skin layers, they do not change once they have become fully formed.
Any changes which occur after this point will need to be looked at
medically, as the nature of the mole will have changed.

In general, a person will start developing moles at a young age. By
the time they hit the teenage years all moles are likely to be fully
developed and will most likely already be visible.

Interestingly enough, as we get past the age of 60, moles will start to
disappear. This is because, as we grow older, our body regeneration
process slows down; and so does the growth of the moles.
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If you notice a mole that appears just from out of nowhere, it’s
extremely important to have it checked by a doctor or qualified
medical practitioner.

The locations where you can see moles appearing are as varied as
the people who will develop these moles. Some possible mole
locations are:

• The Scalp
• Underarms
• Around the Genital Area
• Legs
• Face
• Trunk of the Body
• Arms

Most moles are formed singularly and are referred to as a nevus
growth. There are also moles that are medically known as nevi in the
plural form. You will find these moles in various numbers and they
form clusters growing close together. At present there is no known
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way of preventing the onset of a mole other than to stay out of the
sun.

You will find five different types of moles have been identified. The
following sections below will provide you with details about these
various moles and the ways that you can have them removed.

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Different Type of Moles
Moles are categorized such as:
• Junctional Moles
• Compound Moles
• Dermal Moles
• Blue Moles
• Sebaceous Moles

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Junctional Moles
You will find that these moles can be found either slightly raised off
the surface of the skin or else they are smooth against it. Color wise
these moles can be found in various shades of brown.

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Compound Moles
Compound moles are slightly raised, and range in colour from tan to
dark brown. They involve pigment-producing cells (melanocytes) in
both the upper and lower layers of the skin.

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