Fibromas are small skin growths that are actually benign tumors of the connective tissue. They look like small soft nodules on the skin, and vary in size from a few millimeters to a centimeter or so. Fibromas don’t usually have a distinctive color, but can be brightly pigmented. They are not malignant, but throughout life they grow and become more noticeable, therefore represent an aesthetic problem.
Fibromas usually appear during middle age. They usually grow on the neck, face, armpits, stomach, eyelids, groin, breasts, but can also occur elsewhere on the skin. In fact, almost everyone has at least one on the skin, so this issue is not rare.
Good thing is that you can remove them without any cutting them or scarring your skin, with only one ingredient and that is apple cider vinegar.
It is thought that apple cider vinegar is one of the most effective home remedies for many health conditions, and the removal of fibromas is one of them.
Note: Apple cider vinegar should never be used for removing fibromas on the eyelids!
Carefully wash the place around the fibromas with water and soap. Dry. Soak a cotton swab in the apple cider vinegar and drain the excess. Place it directly on the fibromas and fixate it with a plaster or bandage. Leave it for 15 minutes, then wash with lukewarm water. Repeat the procedure three times a day, for seven days. Fibromas should first get darkened and then start to dry out and eventually fall off.
Depending on the size of the fibromas or how he is deep in the skin, can leave little spots, so they should be treated with calendula oil or Aloe vera gel.