I know this isn't an ACV / mole/ wart thread, but isn't it amazing? The first time I tried it was just to see if it worked. I couldn't believe when the mole dried up and started to peel off! I'm now trying it on a sun (age? liver?)...
FYI- ACV may work if the pigmentation problem one has is fungal.
I suggest people google "TINEA VERSICOLOR" as it can be mistaken for melasma due to a similar appearance.
If you have tinea versicolor, things like Nizoral or other...
Yes. I've tried it. It did nothing for my melasma. It is another exfoliant. The acetic acid removes the top layer of the skin.
However, it has worked amazingly well to remove some moles I had. I've been using it this past week to...
I wanted to add that listerine contains methyl salicylate aka salicylic acid. This is a beta hydroxy acid often used in acne products to exfoliate the skin. It also makes the skin more sensitive to the sun. So using this on your face...
And if you had bothered to look at the link, you'd see it's a medical question and answer site regarding the use of hydrogen peroxide on the skin. But I see you'd rather make ignorant and accusatory statements then bother to read...
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