#1 SKIN TAGS
Skin tags appear when skin rubs together and folds. Apply apple cider vinegar or tea tree oil, 3 times aday for 2 weeks. According to Shareably:
“Often debated as to the cause of skin tags, perhaps they occur more due to genetic s for example, but it is widely accepted that skin tags come about when your skin excessively rubs together and hence their occurrence in folds and in the overweight.
Apple cider vinegar applied 2-3 times a day over the course of 2 weeks via a cotton ball until the skin tag eventually changes color and falls off is a great solution! Tea tree oil is also quite effective in removing skin tags, applied in much the same way, but your persistence must withhold for at least a month.”
#2 DARK SPOTS
Dark spots are mainly caused by sun damage, hormonal shifts and genetics. Apply lemon juice with a cotton ball twice a day or apply a mixture of: horseradish, vinegar and honey. According to MindBodyGreen:
Lemon juice and its natural acidity have long been used as an organic bleaching agent to lighten dark spots. All you have to do is squeeze the juice out of one lemon, dip a cotton ball in the juice and apply it directly to your dark spots twice a day.
If you find lemon juice just isn’t cutting it, try switching it up and testing out a combination of horseradish mixed with vinegar and honey. Simply start by squeezing some lemon juice onto a cotton ball and use it as you would any toner, by swiping it all over your face. After that, spot treat any hyperpigmented areas with your horseradish mixture and allow it to soak in for around 20 minutes.
Vitamin C serums with Hyaluronic Acid are also great for dark spots/age spots. These help restore brightness and a healthy glow to your skin by neutralizing the damaging effects of free-radicals that cause dark spots and other skin aging concerns. Serums are easy to apply and absorb instantly without leaving any greasy residue allowing you to apply makeup, moisturizer or sunscreen after only a few seconds
Warts are caused by the Papilloma Virus (HPV); some can be relatively harmless, while others can pose much more serious problems. Rub the inner part of banana peels on the wart. According to Everydayroots:
Bananas contain a proteolytic enzyme that eats away at the wart. Twice a day, scrape the whitish mush off the inside of banana peel, and apply it to your wart. Wash your hands well afterwards to keep the warts from spreading. Repeat until the wart is gone.
According to Bright Side, lemon juice and coconut oil are effective remedies for blackheads:
1) Cut a lemon in half and pour enough honey to cover the cut surface of the lemon. Then sprinkle the lemon half with two pinches of sugar (it is better to use cane sugar), and gently massage the problem areas with this natural ’sponge’ in a circular motion. Repeat the procedure no more than once a week.
2) In a jar, slightly soften 1/4 cup of coconut oil (10 to 15 seconds in the microwave should do it). Then combine the coconut oil with 10 drops of lemon, lavender, and tea tree oils, and stir well until smooth. Use a cotton ball to apply the solution to your skin in the morning and evening after washing your face. The mixture should be stored in a sealed jar at room temperature.