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What Is A Skin Mole

Moles are a common skin condition that affects many people. They can appear anywhere on the body but most commonly occur on the face and neck. Moles can range in colour from pink to light brown, dark brown or even black.

Moles typically appear during childhood and adolescence, although most people have 10 to 40 moles, some of which may alter in appearance or fade with time. They are usually round or oval but can be very small or large, flat or raised, smooth or bumpy, and may or may not have hair growing out of them.

The majority of moles are harmless, but there is always the risk of cancer. That's why it's crucial to have your moles checked regularly by a dermatologist.

The majority of moles are harmless, but there is always the risk
of cancer. That's why it's crucial to have your moles
checked regularly by a dermatologist.

What Causes Skin Moles?

Moles are formed when melanocytes in the skin’s cells (melanocytes) grow in clusters or clumps. Melanin, the natural pigment that gives your skin its colour, is produced by melanocytes distributed throughout your skin.

What Do Healthy Moles Look Like?

The majority of moles are brown. Moles come in a variety of shapes, forms, and sizes:

  • Texture and Colour
    Moles are tiny, soft, and round. Brownish-grey to tan colour may be smooth or wrinkled, flat or raised. The moles might have hair growing from them.
  • Shape
    Moles are usually round or oval
  • Size
    Moles are generally tiny, about 6 millimetres or less in diameter — roughly the size of a pencil eraser. Moles can occasionally be much larger at birth (congenital nevi).

Can I Remove Or Reduce A Mole For Cosmetic Reason?

The majority of moles are harmless, but there is always the risk of it being cancerous. That’s why it’s essential to have your moles checked regularly by a dermatologist. Moles can usually be removed for cosmetic reasons with electrolysis.

Most patients choose electrolysis because it is less expensive and less painful than surgery or laser therapy. We at CoLaz remove moles using advanced electrolysis.

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About CoLaz Skin Mole Removal Services

CoLaz uses the procedure of advanced electrolysis to remove moles by sending an electrical current into a mole and destroying its cells without damaging any surrounding tissue. Usually, the mole is left to slough off naturally but can also be removed on the same day. This method has been proven quick, painless, effective and leaves little scarring at the treatment site.

We have experienced practitioners at each clinic, so rest assured that our therapists at Colaz are thoroughly trained for the best results.

Please note that if you would like mole removal, we require a letter from your GP confirming the mole is safe to remove for cosmetic reasons.

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How To Assess Your Moles Health?

The most important rule that you should remember about skin cancer is the ABCDEs.
The acronym stands for…

Asymmetry

Border Irregularity

Colour variation (variegated)

diameter greater than 0.75 cm or length greater than ¼ inch in adults

Evolving (changing)

Asymmetry

Border Irregularity

Colour variation (variegated)

diameter greater than 0.75 cm or length greater than ¼ inch in adults

Evolving (changing)

If you notice any changes in moles then please consult your GP. Read more about mole health

How Much Does Mole Removal Treatment Cost?

Treatment

Price

Buy

Consultation Fee

£30

1 Mole

£350

2 Moles

£450

3 Moles

£550

If you have more than 3 moles – please call the clinic to book a consultation. Please note all follow-up appointments & re-treatments on the same mole are included in the price so you will not incur additional charges. Consultation fee is redeemable against treatment otherwise non-refundable

More Information On The Mole Removal Treatment Process

The First Step is to have a consultation.

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Your treatment is the second step.

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The Final Step is AfterCare

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What Are The Benefits Of Removing Skin Moles?

    Removing a skin mole can offer some significant health benefits. It's essential always to get your moles checked by a dermatologist as these growths may be cancerous. This procedure can also benefit your self-confidence and help you avoid embarrassment.

    How Long Does It Take To Remove A Mole?

    The time it takes to remove a mole will depend on the growth's size and location. Generally, skin moles can be removed in less than an hour if they are small enough; however, more complicated or more extensive moles may need more appointments for removal.

    Does Removing A Mole Hurt?

    The procedure of removing a mole with electrolysis is quick, and there may be some minor discomfort; however, before the treatment, a topical anaesthetic is applied to your mole to reduce any potential sensation.

    Can A Mole Come Back Once Treated?

    No, after your mole has been treated, it will not return. However, you may develop new moles in various locations as you age due to your genetics.

    How Many Treatments Do I Need?

    If your mole is small, you may require one treatment or if it is slightly larger, you may need 1-3 treatments at four weeks intervals. This all varies on your mole as if they are small; they can often be removed the same day; however, larger moles with a decrease in size need retreatment. If you need a top-up treatment on the same mole, this is included in the price - no extra charge.

    Is There Any Side Effects?

    After treatment, the area will feel sore, and you may experience tingling in the area. There will be minor scabbing in the area - do not remove them as this is typical, and they will clear in a few days.

    What Will The Area Look Like After It Has Healed?

    Where the mole was present, there can be hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation. Remember, if your mole is dark, then there is a possibility the skin may be slightly darker where the mole was, or it may be a lighter colour.

    Occasionally you may get an indentation in the area. It is hard to predict what colour your skin is under the mole as a clinician.

    Can You Remove Moles From All Body Areas?

    Electrolysis is a safe and fast way to get rid of healthy moles, and it can be used in any region of the body.

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