These are moles that some people are born with. At least 1 in every 1000 babies is born with it.
These are moles that form during your childhood or as a young adult. They are formed due to exposure to sunlight, certain steroids, or during pregnancy. Acquired moles are also called common moles.
These moles are larger than the other types of moles, and they are more irregular in shape. They also present in a variety of colors, including pink, brown, tan, and red.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our mole removal procedure removes moles, i.e., small lesions or growths on your face or body, without leaving scars. It does this by destroying its tissue without causing any damage to your skin.
Through electrocoagulation, Lumiskins provides permanent mole removal services. The moles are destroyed, and they do not form on that location again.
Our mole removal procedure takes about 30 minutes or more, depending on the number, location, and size of moles.
Yes, it does. We apply local anesthesia on and around the mole’s location. Your comfort during the procedure comes first.
The mole removal procedure is non-invasive and does not impair your working capability. Therefore, no time off work is required.
To avoid stressing the treated areas, you should take a 2-week break before resuming any heavy exercise.
Unless your mole has turned cancerous, doctors do not perform mole removal procedures. Mole removal procedures are considered cosmetic procedures to be done by beauty clinics, such as Lumiskins. We have experienced cosmetologist who use safe and effective mole removal procedures.
No, all moles do not require removal. Moles that require removal are those causing discomfort, low self-esteem, irritability, and those that may develop into melanoma. Most people have their moles removed to increase their looks, while some people consider some moles as part of their beauty.