The little growths that appear on our skin are known as fibroids. Fibroids are in the same color as our skin, although sometimes they can be pigmented, and they can vary from a few millimeters to a centimeter. Experts point out that the fibroids are actually benign tumors on the connective tissue. The growths may grow more and become noticeable, but this change is not malignant, it only occurs as an aesthetic issue.
The fibroids usually appear on areas where the skin is rubbed together such as the armpits, the neck, under the breasts, on the groin, the stomach, and eyelids, but can also grow on unexpected places of your skin. They generally appear on people at the middle 30s. It is interesting to assert that people who don’t have at least one fibroma are rare. Nevertheless, these skin growths happen to bleed, get inflamed, grow, cause pain, and further issues because they appear on places where the skin rubs.
Remove warts with apple cider vinegar- RECIPE
Here is the procedure– thoroughly wash the warts and the area around them with soap and water. Or, soak a cotton pad in clean water and let it stay over the warts for about 15 minutes. Then, soak another cotton pad in some ACV and apply it on the affected area. Fix the cotton pad with a plaster and let it act for 15 minutes before you wash it off with cold water.
Do the treatment three times a day, in a period of one week. At the end the warts will turn darker, they will form a crust and finally disappear. Depending on the depth, the fibroma may leave a scar when removed. In order to prevent the scar of appearing, you should apply some Aloe Vera gel or calendula. You know you have done everything properly, if you don’t notice any scar on your skin.
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