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Wart and Mole Vanish treatment May 2019

Posted by My Syringoma Story on Thursday, May 9, 2019 Under: Syringoma Removal
Today, I opened an unopened box of Wart & Mole Vanish to try to remove 3 syringomas that have been bothering me for awhile. Before I get into it, I wanted to give you a quick update on my first TCA treatment I did recently.

TCA Review
My first TCA experimentation slightly flattened the syringomas but they didn't remove them in one treatment like Wart & Mole Vanish typically does. What I am thinking is with TCA, you'll have to do it over and over again every couple of weeks to get to the root of the problem. After about a few days, the areas that I put the TCA on started to really itch too which was a bit annoying. Until I have the time to do something like this every couple of weeks, I'm going to use something that gives me a faster solution. Yes, I do look uglier with the Wart & Mole Vanish for a couple of weeks but it's so much worth it for me at the end. Plus, I have a family wedding to go to at the end of this month so I needed a fast solution. Read more about my TCA application for the first time.

Today's Wart & Mole Vanish Treatment
I washed my face with a mild cleanser that I typically use for myself at home every day and then applied that antibacterial clear solution that came with the Wart & Mole Vanish box. Then, I immediately used the toothpick to scratch and the emery board to roughen the 3 syringomas up a bit. After that, I applied the Wart & Mole Vanish cream with the gray (smaller) applicator. The toothpick, emery board and gray applicator all come in the box, which always makes this so much easier. Then, I lied down and let the cream do its work. I watched the clock until my full 20 minutes is up. The only times I would get up were to take a picture of my progress and then lie down again. Here are the 4 pictures. 

Picture below is after 3 minutes of application. No swelling yet but I started feeling a little burn.

Picture below is after 7 minutes of application. The areas that I put the cream on started to swell and this is when I started feeling intense burn.

Picture below is 15 minutes after application. The swelling grew even bigger and I always think about removing the cream at this point but I learned from my past experience to stick it out for the full 20 minutes to get the maximized results. Don't give up. 

Picture below is after 20 minutes of application. Pain subsided a bit and I removed the cream with the Q-tips provided in the Mole & Wart Vanish kit after dipping the tip with water. As you can see, my scabs already formed! This is good. Do not remove the scabs prematurely. Always let it fall on its own, which usually is between 7 - 14 days for me when they start doing that. 
(I immediately applied aloe vera after I removed the cream to the those areas.)

Now let's pray that after 2 weeks, my results are good! Read my biggest tips on applying this crazy Wart & Mole Vanish for your syringomas.

In : Syringoma Removal 

Tags: syringomas  treat at home 

About Me

I am a woman in my 30s who have had syringomas since I was in my early 20s. I usually use a cream to remove the biggest syringomas every year at home, by myself because they affect my self-esteem. It hurts when I do this. I know that they will always grow more and more on my face but I want to keep them under control so that I don't eventually get 100 syringoma bumps around my eyes at one time. It'll be a constant struggle and I've come to terms with what I have to do.
As always, research and buy with caution. There will always be new products out there and they can be really dangerous for your skin. I can't always get back to the comments on YouTube immediately with school and kids pulling my strings left and right but I appreciate all of your encouragement. Thank you readers and viewers for sticking with me and giving advice to me and others who have been going through the same skincare problems for so many years. Stay safe, everybody.

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