All people on the body and face have birthmarks - pigmented formations of different sizes and colors. The most common moles are of all shades of brown - from very light, almost invisible to very dark chocolate. They can be flat and obumneme, some moles growing hair or more. The number and location of moles of each person individually. A newborn is born with a clean smooth skin. Why do I get moles, which was not originally?
Appearing in the first year of life, moles gradually uvelichivat their number, reaching a peak in puberty. Under the influence of hormonal storms those moles that were barely noticeable or tiny increase in size and become more saturated color. There are "family" mole - a genetically programmed education, which are often found in members of the same family, for example, large moles on back, paradisiaca all the women in the family or on the neck, which is most of the men of the family clan.
The influence of hormones and explains the appearance of moles in pregnant women. They often have large reddish or brown spots on the face and body, called chloasma, or moles pregnant. This hyperpigmentation may disappear by itself after birth, but in some cases you may need to bleach traces.
The sun's rays also cause the appearance of moles. UV light provokes a defensive reaction of the skin - pigmentation, which we call a tan. In some places, the skin has a congenital or acquired defects where the accumulated pigment melanin. So there is a mole. It can be located under the skin and on the skin, to have different colors and shades, size and texture.
Thus, a mole or nevus is the result of hereditary or congenital skin defect or acquired a benign tumor. Often people who have many moles, afraid of their "rebirth" in malignancy. If a mole does not change its color, size and shape, do not worry. But at the slightest change you want to see a doctor early diagnosis of melanoma (skin cancer) can save lives in 99% of cases. Suspicious nevus may look like a very dark, gritty, single-ended and quickly growing. The presence of such spots is an occasion to pay a visit to the doctor. Hair in a mole is not a pathology, such education is not reborn, and the hair can be cleanly cut, without touching the mole and not pulling out hair.