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Can You Remove Moles Naturally?



Moles are very common, and most people have one or more with those who have a lighter skin tending to have more moles.   

The technical name for a mole is nevus or if you have more than one - nevi. It comes from the Latin for birthmark.

What causes moles to appear?

  • Most moles appear in childhood and during the teen years.  They can change in size and color as you grow.
  • New moles will often appear during those times when there is a change in hormone levels.  One example is during pregnancy.
  • While the cause of moles is not fully understood, genetic factors and sun damage are thought to play a part.

Most moles are less than a quarter inch in diameter with colors ranging from pink to dark brown or black.  Moles can appear anywhere on your body.  They can be single or in groups.

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Suspect moles to watch out for

The good news is that almost all moles are benign (noncancerous). But new moles in an adult are more likely to become a problem than old moles.

If a new mole appears when you’re older, or if a mole changes in appearance, you should see a dermatologist to make sure it’s not suspect..

Congenital moles

Congenital moles are often called birthmarks, varying widely in size, shape and color.  The percentage of babies born with a congential mole range between 0.2 to 2.1 per cent.  There is a 4 to 6 percent lifetime risk that those larger congenital moles could become malignant.  Any changes in their growth, color or shape should be assessed by your doctor or dermatologist.

Children who are born with congenital moles will sometimes elect to have them removed when they are older for cosmetic reasons.  There are various treatment options including:

  • Surgery 
  • Skin resurfacing known as dermabrasion
  • Skin shaving or excision of the top layers of skin
  • Chemical peel for lightening
  • Laser ablation for lightening

Common moles

These are the type of moles that can appear anywhere on your skin after your are born.  If you have fair skin, you are likely to have at least ten to forty common moles.  They can be:

  • Round or oval
  • Flat or slightly raised or sometimes dome-shaped
  • Smooth or rough
  • A single color (tan, brown, black, red, pink, blue, or skin-colored)
  • Stay the same
  • A quarter of an inch or less in diameter (namely, the size of a pencil eraser)
  • They may sometimes have hairs.

These common moles may be darker if you have a darker skin or brunette hair.  It is rare for a common mole to be suspect.

Several other skin conditions may resemble moles

  • Freckles are the most common skin discoloration aside from moles. They rarely grow larger than the size of a pea and are never raised.
  • In middle age, brown, growths that are similar to warts but known as seborrheic keratoses can appear. 
  • And then in later years, liver spots or age spots (actinic lentigines) often appear.

All of these skin pigmentations are benign.

There is a natural mole removal product for benign moles

And this is H-Moles Formula - the natural solution for unwanted moles on the face and body.  After your moles have been checked by your doctor, our formula can be used at home on your benign moles.  The process simply requires just a small amount of patience and daily applications, working without any pain or scarring. 




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