Fibromas are skin growths, and are, in fact, benign tumors of connective tissue.
They usually have the same color as the skin, or a bit lighter and are similar to small nodes, with a size that varies from 1 millimeter to 1 centimeter, and mostly appear on the armpits, neck, eyelids, stomach, and under the breasts.
They are a common skin issue, and even though they are not a serious health issue, but they look unattractive, and people usually try to find a way to get rid of them.
They can increase in size, start bleeding, or get inflamed, and even though their cause is unspecified, fat deposits contribute to their appearance.
The best time to remove fibromas is during the winter, as the weather is colder and we sweat less.
The most common techniques for fibroma removal are laser surgery, electrocoagulation, and radiosurgery. Sometimes, the treatment must be repeated.
Afterward, the wound is treated with antibiotics, showers, and usual hygiene for 5 days. Moreover, the patient is advised not to do some hard physical activities and avoid excessive sweating for several days.
On the other hand, apple cider vinegar is one of the most effective natural remedies for fibroma.
Here is how to use it:
Wash the area around the fibroma with soap and water. Then, soak a cotton ball in water and apply it on the place. Soak it again in apple cider vinegar and apply it on the fibroma, and leave it to act, securing it with a bandage.
Repeat until you get the desired effects.
At first, the fibroma will darken, dry, and then fall out, usually without leaving a scar behind. As soon as it dries, stop applying apple cider vinegar. Next, leave it to fall out by itself.
Remember not to apply apple cider vinegar close to the eyes, to avoid irritations. If the fibroma is large, you can treat the scar with Aloe Vera gel or English marigold cream