Pendulous fibromas: how to remove them?

Pendulous fibromas: what they are and how to remove them with DIY remedies based on natural products and disinfectants.

Pendulous fibromas are quite common skin growths that can affect anyone. Their name, which can worry at first, actually stands for warts. Aesthetically, therefore, they are small pieces of skin that, in some cases, can look like moles. They have the same color of the skin, or can be a little darker, and they usually grow in the same area.

The common solutions for the removal of pendulous fibromas are, for example, surgical laser and electrocoagulation. In both cases, it may be necessary to use local anesthesia, especially if they are very large. In mild cases, instead, you can use DIY non-aggressive methods . Let’s see how to remove pendulous fibromas at home with natural remedies.

Pendulous fibromas: 3 grandma’s remedies

The most affected are neck, armpits, groin, and eyelids. For these reasons, these fibromas are considered unsightly. However, they are benign, not contagious and do not pose a risk to health. In order to remove them, you can use three classic methods: cotton thread, apple cider vinegar and tea tree oil.

Pendulous fibromas: how to remove them?
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1. Cotton thread is an old natural method to get rid of this problem. It consists in strangling the pendulous fibromas, in order to dry them out. Tie the cotton thread at the base of the fibroma: it will close the capillaries that feeds it, allowing it to fall naturally.

2. A second remedy is apple cider vinegar. The procedure is easy: dip a cotton ball in the apple cider vinegar and lightly press it on the fibroma. Repeat the operation twice a day for at least three weeks, until it does not fall.

3. Try also tea tree oil. As for apple cider vinegar, dip a cotton ball in tea tree oil and dab it on the affected area 2 or 3 times a day, until the pendulous fibromas falls.

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ultimo aggiornamento: 21-01-2019