Category: Mole Remover

Atomic Kitten’s Liz McLarnon has mole removal as a precaution

Atomic Kitten star Liz McClarnon has spoken about the dangers of sunbed use – especially for those with pale skin – after undergoing mole removal surgery. The singer recently had surgery to remove one mole from her lip, with further sessions planned to remove eight more on her neck and body. Though the mole removed was […]

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Can UV rays lower blood pressure?

Controversially perhaps, given how much bad press sunbeds and even the sun are given regarding skin cancer, a leading dermatologist has revealed findings of a study that suggest UV light can help lower blood pressure. Dr Richard Weller, professor at The University of Edinburgh, released the results of his study at the annual International Investigative […]

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Mole removal – should I go ahead?

It’s time for another of your questions. We’ve had the following question through about mole removal: Mole Removal Question: Hi, I am going to see a dermatologist this week for mole removal on my face. I have over 20 moles, all of them smaller or nearly equal to a pencil eraser. I was wondering to […]

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The Application of Curettage Lesion in Removing Damaged Skin Tissue

Skin lesions are damaged tissues on the skin that comes in various forms, size, shape and color. These skin tumors can sometimes be benign or cancerous yet can be simply removed through cosmetic treatments such as curettage lesion procedure. The surgical scrapping of the injured tissues is often done to get a sample for diagnosis […]

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How easy it is to remove moles in your face

It depends on the mole. Essentially brown flat moles are harder to remove than round protuberant moles. This is because the flat brown moles have a  deeper element and hence need to be removed more deeply. The knobly moles which protrude on the skin are rather like icebergs with the majority of the ice above the surface. […]

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