Skin moles are so common that just about every person will develop one (or more) sometime in his/her life. Moles are marks on the skin that developed when skin cells grow in groups rather than being evenly distributed throughout the skin. These skin cells are called Melanocytes, which contribute to the skin s natural color. In scientific term, a single mole is referred to as nevus while multiple moles are identified as nevi.
Most people have moles somewhere on the their body, especially on parts that are frequently exposed to the sun. Moles developed in different shapes, sizes and colors. They usually form in the color of black or brown.
Moles in general are harmless and non-cancerous. Typical moles hold the following characteristics. They developed in even shape either round or oval shape and have color ranging from flesh tone, pink, red, brown to black. Their size can be as small as barely noticeable to a really big spot and they can show up in the form of raised bulb or being flat on the skin. Also, they may come with or without hairs.
Some people are born with moles and these moles are called congenital nevi. These moles usually are in skin color and may grow bigger and darker over times, making them more obvious. Other moles developed over time, particularly in the first twenty years of one s life. There are many factors contributing to the formation of moles, including genetics, race, age and environmental factor such as sun exposure.
There is another type of moles called atypical or abnormal moles. These moles are usually called dysplastic nevi. These moles are said to have higher possibility of turning into melanoma. However not every dysplastic nevus is cancerous. You should always seek for doctor s advice whenever you see changes in color, size or shape of an old mole. Be alert for any signs of bleeding, moles becoming itchy or painful. These could be the symptoms of melanoma.
Basically you can use the rules of A-B-C-D to easily identify cancerous dysplastic nevi. A (Asymmetrical) — mole is not symmetrical, one half of the mole is no identical to the other half of the mold. B (Border) — moles with irregular borders that assemble the edges of a fried egg. C (Color) — an abnormal mole is normally formed in more than one color. D (Diameter) — dysplastic nevi are usually larger than normal moles measuring 6mm and above in diameter.
Moles are so common that they can appear on any parts of the body. But when moles grow on face, they tend to draw more attention. Former supermodel, Cindy Crawford is gifted with probably the most prominent facial mole that sits on her upper lip. Cindy Crawford s facial mole is sexy and alluring, it has become the trademark that contributes to her career achievement.
However not everyone is as lucky as Cindy Crawford, facial moles can become bothersome and embarrassing if they are unsightly. Celebrities who dislike their facial moles will often seek a way out with facial mole removal.
Generally facial mole removal can be done for cosmetic reason, however in some cases, there is a more crucial reason as to why a mole shall be removed. When a mole is showing signs of potential melanoma as depicted in the A-B-C-D cancerous mole check, it is better to have them removed. But facial mole removal seems to be unnecessary if your mole appears to be absolutely normal and it doesn t cause any artistic issue to you.
Moles are classically removed by laser, surgery, or electrocautery (burning). Most of these treatments require multiple visits to the doctor. Laser and electrocautery treatments are not always effective because they only reach the outermost layers of the skin, while moles penetrate very deep into the dermal tissue, often beyond the reach of these treatments. Surgery, the other option doctors commonly offer, involves cutting out the mole. The resulting wound requires stitches, which will in turn leave a scar.
NeviCurative is a powerful all natural topical treatment proven to eliminate and defeat moles or nevi. Recent clinical trials have established the ability of the active constituents in NeviCurative to effectively eradicate skin moles and impair the growth of human melanoma cells. NeviCurative has therefore been shown to eliminate even the most stubborn moles, regardless of their location on the body, even when other treatments have failed.
It is important to note that NeviCurative is undiluted and unadulterated it contains strictly certified organic antimicrobial plant extracts that have the ability to destroy moles and melanomas. NeviCurative is pure and complete, which is critical when treating any infection on the skin.
The certified organic pharmacy strength medicinal plant extracts are able to act directly against moles and mole-like substances on the skin, thereby eliminating them with great precision, without damaging healthy tissue. To learn more about the natural mole removal, please go to http://www.bcured.net.
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