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American Natural Super Collagen

by Mathew John (2019-12-03)

For one, they're larger than five millimeters.American Natural Super Collagen Review A great reference point for this is a pencil eraser. Most moles are the same size as a pencil eraser or smaller, but these moles are bigger. They also have noticeable inconsistencies in their shape, color and surface texture. And, unlike common moles, dysplastic moles usually lack distinct borders.Earlier I mentioned that some moles pose a greater health risk than other types. Dysplastic moles fall into that category in that they're much more likely to develop into melanoma (skin cancer) than common moles. It goes without saying, that these moles should be monitored regularly.There are a few other distinctions or mole types, including the congenital, blue and halo moles. Congenital simply means that you were born with the mole, as opposed to it developing later in your life. Congenital moles also have an increased chance of becoming malignant, so they should also be monitored more vigilantly.Not surprisingly, the blue mole earned its name because of its blue-colored appearance. These are typically benign (non-cancerous) moles that get their unusual color from pigment producing cells found deep within the skin. They can form anywhere on the body, but show up quite a bit on the hands, feet or head. Another noteworthy characteristic about these moles is that they're found in women more so than men.