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Do You Have Moles on Your Skin?

Moles are growths on the skin - and they are usually brown or black.  They can appear just about anywhere on the skin and can be either alone or in groups.

Most moles appear in early childhood and during the first twenty five years of a person's life, making it normal to have between ten and forty moles by adulthood.

Moles will not necessarily stay the same as when the years pass, some moles will change slowly becoming raised and/or changing color.  Sometimes, hairs will even develop in the mole.  Other moles may even disappear over time.

The good news is that it is rare for a mole to be suspicious or dangerous.  The exception being those that look different than other existing moles or those that first appear after age of twenty five. 

It is important to have a mole checked by a dermatologist if you notice changes in a mole's color, height, size or shape or if they they bleed, ooze, itch or become tender or painful.

What are the different types of moles?

  • Congenital nevi are moles that are present at birth occuring in about one in one hundred.  They can be large or small.  
  • Dysplastic nevi are moles that are generally larger than average (larger than a pencil eraser) and irregular in shape. They tend to have uneven color with dark brown centers and lighter, uneven edges.  They can be slightly more likely to become suspicious so should be watched for any changes.  A mole is considered abnormal when it is larger in size, has uneven edges, or has an uneven surface. These moles can also be discolored or grow in size over time. 
  • Acquired nevi are moles that appear after you were born. This is not unusual and does not mean that this mole should cause concern.  You just need to be more aware if you have fifty or more of this type of mole.
  • Spitz nevi are often raised, pink, and dome shaped. You may notice different colors within the mole, such as red, black, and brown. It’s important to know that this type of mole may bleed or leak pus. You should speak to your dermatologist if you notice this happening.

Having moles does not mean that they will become suspect.  However, knowing how to tell when your moles may be a sign of something more serious is important.  Awareness and taking action is a good step for prevention.

 

Why do we get moles?

Moles occur when cells in the skin grow in a cluster instead of being spread throughout the skin. These cells are called melanocytes, and they make the pigment that gives skin its natural color. Moles may darken after exposure to the sun, during the teen years, and during pregnancy.  They are seen more often as people get older. 

The number of people asking to have moles removed is growing with many feeling self-conscious about their moles - particularly when they are in a prominent position. 

There can sometimes be a problem with scarring if a mole is removed surgically.  Scarring is unpredictable and could even mean the scar can look worse than the original mole.

What can we do about the appearance of moles?

H-Moles Formula is the natural solution for benign moles.  After your moles have been checked by your doctor, the Formula can be used at home on your benign moles.

The process simply requires just a small amount of patience and daily applications.  H-Moles Formula works without any pain or scarring and takes care of benign skin moles in the comfort of your home.

Ideal to use:

  • Under the arms and arm pits
  • For facial moles and those on the neck
  • Moles in sensitive areas
  • On the stomach, torso, legs and feet
Simply use a cotton swab or your finger to apply and the formula will start working immediately.  Our natural formula is concentrated, so only a few drops are necessary.  While you can expect to see results in a few weeks, some stubborn moles may take longer. Depending on the size and the amount of moles, the entire process will vary from person to person.

 

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SOURCES: 

Facial Mole Detection: An Approach towards Face Identification - ScienceDirect

American Academy of Dermatologists

Treatment of congenital facial nevi - PubMed (nih.gov)

Sun Exposure - Skin Cancer | NIOSH | CDC

C025 Facial mole surgery for cosmetic purposes - ScienceDirect