Almost everyone has or knows someone who has fibromas. Fibromas – also known as pedunculated warts – are benign, little tumors that hang from your skin.
They develop where skin rubs against itself. Commonly found under your arms, in your knee pits, on your neck, your groin area or on your eyelids.
The cause of their development is not yet known. However, scientists suspect that a weakened immune system is to blame.
Many people have them removed sergically, while others use expensive lotions or oinments. But their is a cheaper and simpler solution – Apple cider vinegar! The vinegar dries out the fibromas, causing them to fall off.
Here is how you can apply the vinegar:
Pour some apple cider vinegar on a cotton ball and rub it into the fibroma plaguing you. Do this 2 to 3 times a day. After daily application, the fibroma’s color will start to change. It will become darker and almost black since its drying out. Eventually, it will fall off your body. But careful! This method can only be used on fibromas located on your skin.
This video explains it all: