Moles on face and concern about removing a mole

Having moles on face can range from what are called beauty spots like many would admire on Marylyn Monroe, Angelina Jolie and many great celebrities who have defined beauty, unwanted moles that could make one feel embarrassed.

There is a Way to Remove Moles, Warts & Skin Tags Without Surgery; in the Comfort of your Own Home!

However to some, having moles on your face become a great concern.

According to some experts, the average person has anywhere from 10 to 40 moles and usually these moles are harmless and may not present a problem to anyone who has one or a few on their face.

What everyone should be aware of is changes in moles, bleeding moles and any Suspicious Moles.

If you do regular Self Skin Exams, then you will be able to notice any changes as they begin.

Obviously, if a mole is bleeding and won’t heal or there is a sudden change in shape, color or elevation, then you should see a dermatologist right away.

The dermatologist will do a biopsy and he will be able to surgically remove it. If it’s on your face, chances are the procedure will be Mohs Surgery. Mohs surgery has a better cosmetic result.

Not all moles are suspicious or threatening to be skin cancer, but for your own satisfaction and cosmetic look, you may want to remove them.

Some of these face moles that I have seen on people …I know that I would have them removed.

I once told a friend of mine who has a large mole on the side of her nose that I thought she should have it looked at, as it has grown slowly over the years. She told me that she did go and it was found to be not cancerous, however she could not afford to have it removed.

This is probably true for many, but there is an alternative.

What I want you to know about non cancerous moles on face

If your skin moles, warts or skin tags have been with you for a long time, they don’t present a threat and you would like to see them gone, then there is something you can do that costs very little money.

Natural Mole Removal can be done by you in your own home.

Here’s a guide that will address the natural removal of moles on face and elsewhere on your body. You’ll learn how to leave your skin undamaged and without scars whatsoever.

This is a Guide to healthy and clear skin that doesn’t spend much of your hard-earned cash.

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Hi! My name is Nick and I’m 56 yrs. old and this is part of my story. Let me tell you, I was like a lot of people out there and I had no idea that skin cancer was anything bad. I had Basal cell back in 2007, but that was no big deal and it was removed and that was the end of that. No one told me that it was a type of skin cancer (I looked it up on my computer). But still no big deal, it would not kill me.
But I did know the word "Melanoma"....." --by Nick

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Bottom Line
The Weather Channel has done well posting this information and photos to help you spot skin cancer, including melanoma.
It can be hard to spot, even for a professional.
The bottom line is to get an expert's opinion about any suspicious mole or lesion on your skin. If necessary, get a second opinion  and/or request a biopsy. it’s always better to be safe than sorry.

Don’t put your very life at risk!