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newme50 Original Post: Nov 10 '07,  4:58 pm           Reply
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Itworkspaste removed ALL MY MOLES

I went to the doctor who wanted to charge me an arm and a leg to get some non cancerous moles removed. His nurse told me about itworkspaste and I bought it online. It scabs up by the next day and then the scab falls off within about 8 days. Amazing product everyone must know about. It would make a great gift!

     
sarah62 Posted: Jan 01 '08,  10:25 am           Reply
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Itworkspaste

Sounds interesting .... I have a few moles too I wanted removed but never had it done due to the cost since it wasn't covered by insurance. Is it safe? It's actually called itworkspaste?

     
newme50 Posted: Sep 18 '08,  11:23 pm           Reply
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RE: Itworkspaste

Quote: sarah62
Sounds interesting .... I have a few moles too I wanted removed but never had it done due to the cost since it wasn't covered by insurance. Is it safe? It's actually called itworkspaste?


It's natural and I didn't have any problems with it. I thought it worked very well. I see it as itworkspaste or itWORKS paste, from what I can see online.

Let us know your results if you try it.
     
sarah62 Posted: Sep 20 '08,  5:16 am           Reply
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Itworks for mole removal

Hey - I did try the kit - worked just fine for me with no problems. Very nice product - thanks for the recommendation.

     
newme50 Posted: Sep 21 '08,  8:44 pm           Reply
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at home mole remover

glad to hear. Did you get any scarring?

     
sarah62 Posted: Sep 28 '08,  12:22 pm           Reply
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RE: at home mole remover

Hey newme - I have a very light area where the mole was that is barely noticeable - much better than the ugly mole!

     
newme50 Posted: Sep 28 '08,  3:44 pm           Reply
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re mole removal at home with itworkspaste

Good to hear. I used the Emuscar and I think it really helped too. Did you use anything to help prevent scarring? It sounds like you won't get any though.

     
sarah62 Posted: Dec 11 '08,  10:41 am           Reply
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RE: re mole removal at home with itworkspaste

I didn't get the Emuscar product but it sounds interesting - is it for all types of scarring?

     
baabygiirl Posted: May 06 '09,  4:11 pm           Reply
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Itworkspaste

Where can I buy the itworkpaste? Someone who had bought it online, please tell me where I can buy it, besides EBay.

Does itworkspaste leave scars or infection?
And is it safe for face?

     
baabygiirl Posted: May 06 '09,  4:12 pm           Reply
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RE: Itworkspaste

Is it safe for the face?


Any infections or permanent scars?

     
calypsoct Posted: Jun 08 '09,  10:39 am           Reply
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try neem oil for mole removal

If you would like to remove a non-cancerous mole, try this:

There is a product called neem oil, from the seeds of the neem tree. This product is widely used in India for a great range of skin concerns. I used it to cure a rash, but was told it will heal many skin afflictions. 10 years ago I tried it on a mole on my torso - I put the oil on a small piece of cotton, and bandaged it onto the mole. I changed it every night. Over 7-10 days it got lighter and finally just disappeared. Others may take a bit longer. I wish I had taken pictures.

You can find 100% neem oil in an Indian grocery store, or online. Make sure to get organic, cold-pressed oil. It comes in a small bottle. It will heal acne, cuts, pretty much any skin problem.

     
newme50 Posted: Jan 01 '10,  6:54 pm           Reply
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RE: Itworkspaste

Do you mean will it work on the face? Some scar and some don't from what the site says, but using their emuSCAR might help you not to scar.

     
andycr75 Posted: Mar 17 '10,  2:36 pm           Reply
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itworkspaste..or does it?

Ok here's my story. like many of you, did a ton of research on itworkspaste. had a couple of non-cancerous moles ( 2 on my torso, two on my neck) that I wanted to get rid of.

Bought the 2-pack for $124.90 (including shipping). Followed the directions, prepped the moles on my stomach (one about 3mm wide, the other about 5mm wide) by using the pin and emory board to scratch the surface. Quick applied the paste..it dries QUICKLY so be mindful of that.

Applied the paste, and it stung! So I knew it was working. 20 mins later I washed them off, and they were already black. By 36 hrs or so, Id say they were rock hard. 13 days later, both scabs fell off.

The smaller one left a pretty good crater, but the skin underneath looked good and light pink. The larger one still had a reddish-brown, scab looking tint to it, even though the mole came off in one clean piece.

I was psyched. But today, about 72 hours later, the larger mole area looks about the same, but the small crater seems to have filled in somehow? Its a very light brown. Now I dont know if the skin underneath is now scabbing or if the mole grew back (but in 72 hours?) So, I'm not particularly pleased right now.

So. With this being said..if you follow the directions, yes, in about 2 weeks they should fall off, but it remains to be seen what it leaves behind.

OUT.

     
newme50 Posted: Jul 29 '10,  4:28 pm           Reply
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itworkspaste

you might have one that's a bit deeper and need another application to it. I had to do that and the second time got it all. I have been very pleased with it. It does sting, but not bad, and for a couple of minutes. It was well worth it for me.

     
joanzee Posted: Feb 04 '11,  10:42 am           Reply
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itworkspaste this stuff really works!

hey yall here is my story. I have had several moles removed by my doctor and then decided to use the itworks paste. I didn't need any numbing medicine like you do at the doctors, and I personally think it hurt much less doing it myself. Its a quick sting but you know its working and the sting doesn't last long. The paste comes in this tiny little tube, like a pea size, but a little does go a long way. After you prep the area to soften it (so the paste can get through) you carefully apply the paste only to the are you want OUT. and YES, it will kill that sucker trust me! It's like you are freezing it off but I don't know how exactly it works, but it does. Mine died off over night and then it scabs up and falls off. If you have had a mole a long time, don't be surprised if its a little deep at first, it will cover in and heal, just give it time. You want to use this plenty before you plan to take photos of yourself haha. It does work as it says though...good, potent stuff! I will def. use again. It beats the huge scar the doc gave me IMO!

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