Overcoming A Large Number Of Moles On The Face?
Hello, good night … I am Sally 22 years old. Right now my face has a mole and some kind of small wart, but there are quite a lot of them and that makes me less confident. I feel that the number of moles is increasing day by day. I want to ask, what is the cause of the growth of those little moles and warts? Does it have to do with cosmetic products or skin disorders? Is there a solution to get rid of those moles and small warts so they don’t grow anymore? Thank you..
Mole or nevus pigmentosa is a collection of pigments in a part of the skin. The shape is various, there are protruding or not, can even be a lump that annoys. A person can have 10-40 fruit moles, some that appear from birth or appear as adults.
Moles actually do not need to be treated if it does not cause complaints. But if it interferes with appearance, Sally can consult a dermatologist for further treatment. People who have 20 or more moles are at risk of developing melanoma, a skin cancer originating from skin pigment. If Sally's mole gets bigger, asymmetrical, irregular in shape, bleeds easily, Sally should be alert and see a doctor immediately.
Lumps such as small warts are likely skin tags. Skin tags are shaped like lumps that hang, are in the neck, chest, back, armpits, under the breast or groin area. Usually occurs in women, especially in women who are gaining weight and elderly women. Skin tags are usually painless, but can be inflamed for example due to rubbing, being exposed to jewelry, etc. A dermatologist can remove the skin tag with a small surgery, or by electrical surgery.
Even so, there are still many other causes that can cause similar complaints. Keratosis pilaris, an HPV virus infection can also cause lumps resembling warts. To get the right treatment, Sally should consult a dermatologist. The dermatologist will examine it and determine the most appropriate procedure.
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Hopefully this is useful,