How To Remove Moles On The Face And Body
There are many over-the-counter remedies that will teach you how to remove moles at home, but these treatments do not usually deliver the promised results. Not only are the DIY techniques often unsuccessful, but they may cause both scarring and spreading.
Moles have a rather "love-hate" existence. Some people adore their "beauty" marks, while others can't wait to get rid of them. Sure, Marilyn Monroe turned a mole into a famous trademark, but a dainty spot on the cheek is different from an unsightly growth on your eyelid or neck, right?
Moles are actually very common. In fact, almost everybody has at least one. Yet, depending on their size and location, they can make you feel insecure or self-conscious about your appearance. They can also get caught on jewelry or clothing, interfere with make-up application, and become a nuisance for men when it comes to shaving.
So, if you love your mole, then there is no reason you should give it up; but, if it is a source of embarrassment or discomfort for you, then there are many removal options available.