Benign moles are dark, often raised spots on the skin. They are the result of skin cells grown in the group, instead of individually.
These skin cells are also known as melanocytes, which are responsible for melanin production.
Although moles can be inherited genetically, some appear at birth or even occur later in life.
Due to hormonal changes, usually pregnancy or puberty, moles may come and go.
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Benign moles are harmless moles, but others may lead to skin cancer.
Some moles may become darker or bigger over time, making people uncomfortable with their skin or appearance.
Due to various cosmetic reasons, people with benign moles prefer to undergo removal treatment.
This way, they can feel more confident and improve self-esteem.
Benign moles are comprised of clustering skin cells or melanocytes produced by the melanin.
Melanin referred to as color pigmentation that is often evenly distributed in different body parts which are sometimes come in groups to form moles.
Some people may inherit moles while others may develop them later in life like pregnancy or puberty due to hormonal changes.
Some benign moles may also develop because of sun exposure. Click here to see our current promotions!