Removing a mole at home is a relatively straightforward and easy process. Of course, the best and safest option is to see a qualified physician, such as a dermatologist. A dermatologist can let you know if any of the moles you have look suspicious or possibly cancerous. The dermatologist can remove them surgically and have them biopsied to test for cancer. The following method is only recommended for benign moles.
While seeing a physician is the recommended route, many people prefer the convenience of removing moles themselves at home. While there are many home remedies for removing a mole, I have found that one of the easiest and fastest methods involves a common household ingredient: apple cider vinegar. This method is relatively quick and painless.
I used this method myself to remove a mole on my neck that would get irritated by my shirt collar. Within a week, the mole was gone. There was still some visible redness for a few weeks, but after a month there was no sign of there ever being a mole. No redness, no swelling, no scar, nothing.
So, how does this method work? Simple. You will need 3 things: apple cider vinegar, cotton balls, and tape.
First, the apple cider vinegar. The brand is not important. Take the apple cider vinegar and dip a cotton ball in it. Make sure the cotton ball is fully saturated, but not dripping wet. Make sure the piece of cotton you use is only slightly bigger than the mole as the apple cider vinegar can irritate the surrounding skin. I found that placing some vaseline on the surrounding skin helped keep the apple cider vinegar from irritating it.
Next, take a piece of tape (medical tape works or even duct tape) and tape the cotton ball over the mole and leave it for 20-30 minutes or so. Do this a few times per day. After a day or two, the mole should start to get darker and look like a scab. Keep doing this same routine until the mole eventually falls off. For me, it took about 4 days. Once the mole falls off, the skin underneath will look a little raw and pink. This will eventually heal. And at least for me, there is no visible scar or sign that I ever had a mole.