Some I'd just casually swabbed as the mood struck off and on over the weeks. Those are reacting the slowest. However, this past weekend I applied heavily. I'd put a drop (or however much was needed to cover the mole if it were particularly large), let it dry 10-15 minutes, then apply again, and kept it up all evening until I got tired of lying still and the burning (it definitely stings on the unhealthy tissues). Some shallow ones peeled off within a few doses. Others are taking longer because they're big and raised. Over that weekend, I only focused on my back, and a few larger ones on my forearms and calves/shins. One on a calve is definitely gone, and I'm just left with the healing red skin and two hairs that were growing in it. Sadly I didn't take a before picture, so you'll get in process pics.
For the big ones, if treating multiple times back to back, you will get peeling skin, red, swelling, and scabbing. (I read somewhere that up to 20 applications in a day would totally get rid of a mole.) But that's just the healing that's going on. I'll post some pictures of the worst scabbing/scaling. A few of the larger ones are still red, too. But I am betting when the scab comes off and the redness/swelling are gone that most if not all of those moles are gone.
I "think" some on my back are gone, but it's hard for me to see. I had to put on a swimsuit with a low back to have my son dose the back since I couldn't reach without making the drops run. I'll see if he can take a picture. I do have some larger moles back there, and he was sure they were coming off when he was putting drops of Lugol's on. All I can say for sure about the back is I have a few itchy spots (a sure sign of healing), and a few tender spots (I'm thinking where a larger mole is/was), but the larger areas that didn't have a lot of skin blemishes feel baby smooth.
Times like this I wish I temporarily had a neck like a giraffe so I could look!