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EXPOSED: Home Skin Tag & Mole Removal System…But What Will Big Pharma Say?

By on June 1, 2017     Views: 550

Some moles look good (think Cindy Crawford) and some moles don’t. Some can be referred to as “beauty marks,” but most are really “blemishes,” distracting from your attractiveness and making you self-conscious.

Do you ever wonder if people are listening to you… or just staring at your moles or skin tags?

Do you choose your clothes based on the location of your moles or skin tags because they make you feel ugly?

Or… Do people ever tell you that “You should get that checked out!“?

If so you’re probably dealing with a mole or skin tag that isn’t cute… And you’re not alone because unfortunately, the bad ones seem to outnumber the good. And let’s face it: If you’re unlucky enough to have unsightly skin tags or moles on your face, neck, or body, you have two choices:

  1. Get rid of them… OR:
  2. Learn to love them.

THE COST OF GETTING MOLES & SKIN TAGS SURGICALLY REMOVED IS EXPENSIVE

Nobody wants to live with moles or skin tags that they find ugly.

So why do we keep these things on our face and body?

Well, until now most people thought surgery was their only option, but suffering through a painful procedure that involves cutting or burning made this option unattractive.

And let’s not forget, most surgical procedures almost always end with a scar often worse than the mole itself. Have a look below and see for yourself…

And what about the price?

Did you know the average cost for removal surgery is $750 per removal?!

That’s right…

The average cost ranges from $600 to $900 and depends on a number of factors including shape, size and location on the body. Larger ones cost more to remove. Ones in highly visible areas must be removed more delicately, which results in a higher price.

Now for those who are desperate enough may find all this acceptable…

But most of us don’t want to suffer through the pain, cost and embarrassment of surgery; and unfortunately we just learn to live with our unwanted moles or skin tags no matter how much they bother us.

Fortunately, that’s no longer the case with DermaBellix™.

In as little as 3 days, this painless alternative to traditional surgery lets you take care of them by yourself -in the privacy of your own home. PLUS: You’ll save hundreds of dollars!

Maybe you’ve been trying to “embrace” your moles and see them as beautiful, after all, Jennifer Lawrence and Gigi Hadid are both known for showing off their moles with no shame, but rumor has it that’s only after removing the ones they didn’t ..

But let’s face it… Celebrities have access to the greatest cosmetic surgeons in the world and can afford to pay the extremely high prices these doctors charge.

But if embracing your moles or paying high priced surgeons isn’t going to work for you, this new, affordable and painless solution is a game-changer.

CONCLUSION

There is no cutting, burning, or lasers… no risk of a large surgical scar that’s worse than the mole. If you are thinking of removing a unwanted mole or skin tag, DermaBellix™ is by far safest and most convenient method of mole and skin tag removal. Its painless, quick, discreet and by far a much more affordable mole and skin tag removal option.

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Timothy Chandler

About Timothy Chandler

Timothy Chandler is a frequent contributor to Smart Life Now. A Michigan native, Chandler grew up on his parents’ farm outside of Detroit. In college, he majored in computer science and went on to work as a consultant in New York’s Financial District. In his free time, when he’s not writing or cycling, he loves heading down to the racetrack with his car club.

One Comment

  1. Harvey Lee

    August 4, 2017 at 5:29 am

    Skin tags are generally harmless but they can irritate you. Choosing a wrong skin tag removal method can be a cause of scar or skin infection. So it’s better to get rid of them using secure methods.

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