Moles form because of skin cells clinging to each rather than spreading across the skin. These moles may turn atypical owing to extreme exposure to the sun, since it can damage the DNA within the cell.
Sun exposure usually affects people with fair skin owing to the fact that their skin is more sensitive as compared to people with a darker complexion. Their skin is damaged easily when exposed to the sun thereby triggering the formation of moles.
People with fair skin have to take extra precautions when venturing out in the sun, since their skin is unable to protect itself completely, which in turn causes more damage to it than it normally should. This does not mean that people dark skins are completely safe; however people with a fair skin are more prone to diseases caused by the sun.
If an individual spends a lot of time under the sun, without any precautions, there is a good chance that the UV rays from the sun begin accumulating within his or her skin. These might go unnoticed at first, but overtime affect the overall health of the person and aid in the formation of moles. These rays can easily penetrate light clothing and reach the skin surface causing moles and other skin related disorders.
It is important for you to know that though melanoma is treatable, it can only be done if it is diagnosed and appropriately treated at a very early stage. Which, unfortunately, is not the case with most patients, since skin cancer can take several years to become prominent and as mentioned earlier, moles are just the fore-signs of a possibly impending melanoma.
Excessive moles on the body can also affect your overall self-esteem and come across as embarrassing when going out in public. Over the course of this article, we will discuss certain natural mole removal method and also inform you about the possible surgical advancements.
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