We all have moles on our bodies, larger, smaller, and we can see them in different places, on our back, abdomen, arms, face, neck, allover. In connection with our skin color and type, we can have more beauty spots, if we have a white skin, but this is not a rule.
What we want to show you is the importance of watching for these moles, because they hide a very dramatic truth – they lead to the appearance of skin cancer.
Moles are those dark-brown spots on our skin, and they appear on our skin after a small agglomeration of pigmentation cells. Clearly, the pigments that offer our skin the dark color are hidden in those cells, and if the cells “get together” they form these beauty spots, also called: melanocites. These moles can rapidly turn into a malign tumor, so we have to take care of ourselves, in the following way:
1. Do not scratch, prick or brake the moles
2. Limit the sun exposure or any kind of UV rays (in anyway, if sun exposure is a must, use high SPF cream)
3. Carefully watch the mole all your life. IF it chances its color, its size, if the margins become harder or if it bleeds, you have to see a doctor right away.
Doctors advise you to move off the moles that don’t look ok, or those situated in areas where you can hurt them often, such as: arms, legs. We have another interesting article about skin cancer, and we advise you to read it and get more information about this delicate subject. Most people think that by removing one mole, the cancer can spread in the body, but this is totally wrong.
First of all, you have to do a test, in order to find out if the mole is cancroids, it is called derma MRI. And afterwards you can remove your beauty spot with no risks. Take care of your skin, because every day more and more people die because of this terrible disease: skin cancer.