How to Check Your Skin for Moles

If you are like most people, you have probably ever seen a mole on your skin that faded away on its own. Usually, moles are not a cause for concern. However, every once in a while, you may notice a new mole, or realize that an existing one has grown larger. In such cases, you might want to get a complete, professional skin examination and Reclaim Your Skin.

What Are Moles?

These are colored spots on the skin, which maybe of varying sizes. The spots are made up of melanocyte cells, which bring about the color pigmentation. Scientifically, these spots are referred to as melanocytic naevi. 


In most cases, moles are brown in color, although they can turn red or black depending on a variety of issues. Most people recognize the raised, rough moles, but they can also be flat or smooth. Sometimes you may find a hair growing from a mole. They are usually oval or circular in shape, with defined edges. Read More...

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