Confession time: nothing makes me happy quite like a good oldfashioned magazine. And I don’t mean checking out the latest Us Weekly on an iPad. I’m talking glossy relics from the days of yore—anything with the OG supermodels on the cover. And guess what? A few weeks ago, while performing the decidedly not exciting task of packing up my apartment to move across town, I happened upon a discovery that completely made up for the general awfulness that is moving.
I didn’t know it, but I was about to embark on an educational journey —one that would begin with some awful skin care advice and resultant consequences, but ultimately lead me to a discovery I have to say is nothing short of miraculous. I will get to the miraculous discovery, of course. But first, the awful advice.
In a 1993 “letters to the beauty editor” sort of feature in a magazine whose title I won’t name, a reader had sent in a question about getting rid of moles and skin tags at home. “Score!” I thought to myself. You see, I’d had pretty amazing skin most of my life.
But at that very moment, my complexion was amid a phase of weirdness.
I started to chose clothes based on my moles locations. Worse yet, I though that people are not listening to me when I talk, they just stare at my moles, which, despite my best efforts, I was unable to get rid of. From so-called skin tags-cleansing strips (riiight) and toners to gels and drying lotions, I’d explored dozens of options in the way of products. Nothing worked for me.Eager to pull a DIY fix with what I believed was the universe handing me a fortuitous old secret that would surely solve my problems, I read the advice: a step-by-step how-to on removing mole with homemade remedies. (The gist of it: it included garlic, petroleum jelly and bandage.) Dog-eared magazine in hand, I marched triumphantly into my bathroom, pulled out one of those frightening magnifying mirrors, and went to work.
Spoiler alert: I failed miserably at ridding my complexion of moles using “brute force”.
I did manage to seriously irritate my skin. There was a lot of redness and the moles were still there.
Determined to find a secret weapon for getting rid of moles and skin tags, I immersed myself in online research. It didn’t take me long to learn that, to get rid of moles, one must first understand what they are: moles occur when cells in the skin grow in a cluster instead of being spread throughout the skin.
What comes next isn’t rocket science: to remove moles, you need an effective mole and skin tag remover product.
And where would one find that? I knew from previous trial and error that the drugstore probably wasn’t the place.
So I looked into the latest line of products from a company you have no doubt heard of: Skinprov.Skinprov has provided an affordable yet highly effective alternative to mole & skin tag removal. This is going to sound rather unscientific—and hey, I am no scientist—but I think of it in the same way I think of how medicine is able to effectively do its thing when we swallow a pill. Basically, Skinprov is a breakthrough in herbal chemistry, they have infused 2 powerful ingredients into an easy to use yet highly effective formula—and takes it where it needs to go to make magic happen. In the case of moles, that’s in the skin. Maybe that explains why other mole and skin tag products can cause irritation and leave behind a flaky, irritated mess.
Once I started using Skinprov, change happened quickly. After just 8 hours, scab formed over the blemish, and—yes!—my moles started to disappear. I also began to notice an awesome youthful glow I had not seen in many, many years.
For what it’s worth, it’s not just me who thinks Skinprov is one of the single greatest, does-what-it-says-it-will products of all time. Turns out, Skinprov is responsible for over one million moles and skin tags removed worldwide. That’s huge.
If Skinprov doesn’t work, there’s a money back guarantee so you don’t have to worry. You don’t even have to send back the product. And if you’re anything like me, you will consider it the best money you’ve ever spent.
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