Warts are skin infections caused by certain viruses. The principle by which wart removal creams work is that they cause irritation to the wart, which 'wakes up' the body's own immune system which recognizes and fights off the virus. So it is actually the body itself that gets rid of the wart in the end. This principle does not work with moles, since moles are actually collections of the body's own pigment cells in the skin. Irritating the mole with a chemical cream will not make it go away. The only effective ways to remove moles are to have them surgically removed by a dermatologist
or a cosmetic surgeon
or, sometimes, to have them lightened up with the application of a laser based treatment. As always the diagnosis and the management of your particular skin concern will require a physical examination by your personal physician. Setting up an office visit with your primary care doctor
or your dermatologist might be advised.