Before applying ACV bandage
After removing bandage. The mole has frosted white
Frost diminishing and the black showing through
Day 13: Today is Friday, March 1, 2013. I just applied another ACV bandage on my mole and sitting here staring at myself 13 days into this little venture of mine and I'm starting to have my doubts about if I am making a HUGE mistake. Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle. Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle. I just shook off my negative thoughts. Positive reinforcement! I'm going to do this! I'm just so tired...of smelling like vinegar. Grrrr... There are people that I've read about online where their moles turned black and fell off within 5 days!!! Why couldn't have that happened to me? I know why...because I'm scared to poke holes in my mole with a needle! I'm really hoping that my mole is shallow and not rooted too deeply below the first few layers of my skin. Although I wouldn't care if after the mole falls off and I'm left with a small crater where the mole used to be. Better that than the raised mole that becomes irritated whenever I blow my nose a couple of times.
Day 16: Today is Monday, March 4, 2013. Oh my gosh! This morning while I was getting ready for work the blackened area that had scabbed, fell off when I blew my nose. (Allergy attack all day) Something is happening! I'm feeling upbeat and positive again. :)
To be continued...
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