Originally Posted by chobochobo
Herbal/ natural definitions aside, anything that removes a mole will cause a defect or wound that needs to heal, and if deep enough causes a scar. There are no mole 'bleachers' available, and as the bumpf says it cauterizes, much like chemical cautery, electrocautery or cryocautery, or laser for that matter. The drawback of all these is that there is no material for examination to determine the actual nature of the mole, which is the gold standard way of testing - clinical methods are not wholly reliable. Any method that says they scar less will remove less and thus have a greater risk of recurring/ needing another treatment.
Depending on the type and size of mole, some moles extend quite a distance below the surface of the skin. I very much doubt that any "home removal kit" would manage to get much of the mole area below skin level - and as pointed out above, if it does it will create a wound that will need to heal.
Given the fact that moles (not only those exposed to sunlight) have a greater tendency to become cancerous than does normal skin, I think that it would be worthwhile saving up to have the moles removed surgically, if they do bother you that much.