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Lower Back Moles

Picture of moles on lower back

Healing and treating skin moles

• Laser mole removal is an effective method for skin moles with an approximately 70% success rate although there can be some discomfort for small facial moles and scarring is possible. It is not the method of choice for deep skin moles because the laser light does not penetrate deeply enough.
• Surgery is another method to remove moles either by excision followed by stitches, or by excision with cauterization to burn away the mole. There is some pain involved and the procedure may result in a scar.
• A natural essential oils based product is an effective, gentle and safe way to remove moles. Only a few drops are needed per application to start the removal process to draw out the moles with no burning or skin irritation so that they flake away without any scarring.

Types of skin moles

Moles are usually small (less than a quarter of an inch in diameter) with well defined borders and they are all one color. Moles develop from pigment-producing cells in the skin. They can be raised off the skin and very noticeable or they may contain dark hairs, perhaps making them look unattractive. The pigment melanin causes the brown color of most moles.

However, sometimes moles become suspect, even having the potential to become a melanoma or at worst, have already turned into melanoma. Any suspicious moles should be checked out by your doctor or dermatologist to rule out the possibility of being malignant (cancerous). Dermatologists have developed a criteria for suspicious moles and this is known as the ABCDEs and stands for asymmetry, border, color, diameter and elevation. You can use these letters of the alphabet when checking your skin on a regular basis to notice if any changes occur.

Causes of skin moles

There are many causes but 2 important ones to be aware of are that :

Exposing your skin to the sun can cause moles to form on your body. Sunlight is beneficial but not excessive amounts and certainly not sunburn. We all need good levels of vitamin D. In fact higher levels of vitamin D can improve the chance of surviving cancer including skin cancer. The key is to get the right balance between the amount of time spent in the sun and the levels of vitamin D needed for good health. If you have lots of moles, red hair with fair skin and a family history of skin cancer, extra care should be taken in the sun because you could be more at risk.

During times of hormonal changes the body increases the rate at which it forms moles.

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