Mole Removal is considered the least dangerous aesthetic procedure in the aesthetic world. It is actually true because it does not involve an intense anesthetic drug administration during the procedures. There are even instruments that can be very effective in removing the moles on your own. However, there are moles you can remove, while there are some you can’t. Mole removal at home can be very dangerous in some situations. The answer to the question ” Why mole removal at home is dangerous? ” is generally associated with the type of you’re dealing with.
Moles can be seen as instruments of beauty by some people. I’m sure you’ve heard of Eva Mendes before. This beautiful actress is famous for her mole on her cheek and her fans love her even more because of that mole. However, you are not Eva Mendes and you do not think that your mole boosts your beauty. You do not also want to get an invasive operation for some reason so that’s why you want to get rid of your mole by your own methods. There are plasma mole removal pens, you can try it for your little moles though.
Can I Surgically Remove My Mole?
You can but you should not. Because you will never know what kind of mole you have on your skin. You should check your moles with a dermatologist. You should immediately get rid of the idea that you cut your mole with a razor or blade or scalpel. You would not want to face an infection over your mole areas.
The other reason why you should not cut off your moles at home is about abnormal moles. Abnormal moles mean that they were formed by cancer cells and they have annoying shape, appearance, size, and color. Their roots could go so deep and you may fail to remove them all on your own. Cancer moles can regenerate themselves very fast and regrow their exact appearance after some time. That’s why you should leave this job to a good aesthetic surgeon.