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Moles, medically known as nevi, are small skin lesions consisting of cells that produce pigment. They can vary in color and size and are typically harmless. However, it’s important to monitor them for any changes, as this can be a sign of skin cancer.

About the Condition

Moles are common skin growths that can appear anywhere on the body. They are usually brown or black and can be flat or raised. he size of moles also varies, typically from a few millimeters up to 1 centimeter in diameter. Most moles are round or oval with a distinct edge.

Moles result from a concentration of melanocytes, the cells responsible for skin pigmentation. They can be present at birth (congenital moles) or develop over time (acquired moles), predominantly during childhood and adolescence.

It is important to note that we are unable to remove moles.  We can only improve their appearance and would require a letter from your doctor to treat your moles. 


Factors contributing to mole development include:



It's time to take your

First Step

A Facial Imaging Skin Assessment is an essential first step in your skin correction journey. That’s why we offer a complimentary skin consultation with your first skin treatment.