Keeping an eye on skin moles, freckles, and other imperfections is key to catching skin cancer early. If you have a history of skin cancer in your family, it is even more important to watch your skin moles and consult with your doctor.
Skin moles come in several varieties, including common moles, atypical moles, congenital moles, and acquired moles. It is not a good sign to see a skin mole evolving, growing, and changing in size. And a mole with lots of color could mean bad news as well.
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Skin moles are small growths that externally grow on the skin. There are two types of skin moles, the common mole and the dysplastic mole.
Skin moles are brownish black moles that appear on the skin typically during the first 30 years of your life.