I remember reading an old post of yours (can't seem to find it) about removing cherry angiomas with a pin (what kind?) and then dabbing the area with 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide on cotton wool.
Will this method cause any scarring or discolouration of the skin? Any other precautions I need to take?
Also, I know the angiomas which are dome shaped and stick out of the skin will be easy to open up with a pin but what about the angiomas that are flat on the skin? They are definitely not spider nevus.
Would I have to resort to electrolysis/IPL etc or is there a natural method?
I need to start removing the cherry angiomas on my body now as I now have over 50 and want to remove them as I get them.
I started getting them again when I was stressed recently (darn estrogen/liver probs due to AF :( ) as they stopped forming for nearly a year.