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Explanation of moles on face \\ meaning of moles \\ live wazifa

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Today our post is about moles. What is the meaning of moles on the face.


Moles are very common, and most people have one or more. Moles are concentrations of pigment-producing cells (melanocytes) in your skin. People with light skin tend to have more moles.

The technical name for a mole is nevus (plural: nevi). It comes from the Latin word for birthmark.

The cause of moles isn’t well understood. It’s thought to be an interaction of genetic factors and sun damage in most cases.

Moles usually emerge in childhood and adolescence, and change in size and color as you grow. New moles commonly appear at times when your hormone levels change, such as during pregnancy.

Most moles are less than 1/4 inch in diameter. Mole color ranges from pink to dark brown or black. They can be anywhere on your body, alone or in groups.

Almost all moles are benign (noncancerous). But new moles in an adult are more likely to become cancerous than old moles.

If a new mole appears when you’re older, or if a mole changes in appearance, you should see a dermatologist to make sure it’s not cancerous.

Types of moles

There are many types of moles, categorized by when they appear, what they look like, and their risk of becoming cancerous.

Congenital moles

These moles are called birthmarks and vary widely in size, shape, and color. About 0.2 to 2.1 percent of infants are born with a congenital mole.

Some birthmarks may be treated for cosmetic reasons when the child is older, for example, age 10 to 12 and better able to tolerate local anesthetic. Treatment options include:


skin resurfacing (dermabrasion)

skin shaving (excision) of top skin layers

chemical peel for lightening

laser ablation for lightening


Larger congenital moles have a greater risk of becoming malignant in adulthood (4 to 6 percent lifetime risk). Changes in growth, color, shape, or pain of a birthmark should be evaluated by a doctor.

Acquired moles (also called common moles)

Acquired moles are those that appear on your skin after you’re born. They’re also known as common moles. They can appear anywhere on your skin.

People with fair skin can normally have between 10 and 40 of these moles.

Common moles are usually:

round or oval

flat or slightly raised or sometimes dome-shaped

smooth or rough

one color (tan, brown, black, red, pink, blue, or skin-colored)


small (1/4 inch or less; the size of a pencil eraser)

may have hairs

If you have darker skin or dark hair, your moles may be darker than those of people with fairer skin.


If you have more than 50 common moles, you’re at a higher risk for skin cancer. But it’s rare for a common mole to become cancerous.

Atypical moles (also called dysplastic nevi)

Atypical moles can appear anywhere on your body. Atypical moles are often on the trunk, but you can also get them on your neck, head, or scalp. They rarely appear on the face.

Benign atypical moles may have some of the same characteristics as melanoma (a type of skin cancer). So, it’s important to have regular skin checks and to monitor any changes in your moles.

Atypical moles have the potential to become cancerous. But it’s estimated that only 1 in 10,000 Trusted Sourceatypical moles turn into cancer.

Because of their appearance, atypical moles have been characterized as the “ugly ducklings” of moles.

In general, atypical moles are:

irregular in shape with uneven borders

varied in color: mixes of tan, brown, red, and pink

pebbled in texture

larger than a pencil eraser; 6 millimeters or more

more common in fair-skinned people

more common in people who have high sun exposure


You have a higher risk of getting melanoma if you have:

four or more atypical moles

a blood relative who had melanoma

previously had melanoma

If members of your family have a lot of atypical moles, you may have familial atypical multiple mole melanoma (FAMMM) syndromeTrusted Source. Your risk of melanoma is 17.3 times higher that people who don’t have FAMMM syndrome.

Causes of new moles

The cause of a new mole that appears in adulthood isn’t well understood. New moles may be benign or they may be cancerous. Melanoma causes are well studied, but there’s little researchTrusted Source on what causes benign moles.

Genetic mutations are likely involved. A 2015 research study reported that genetic mutations of the BRAF gene were present in 78 percentTrusted Source of benign acquired moles.

BRAF mutations are known to be involved in melanoma. But the molecular processes involved in transforming a benign mole to a cancerous mole aren’t yet known.

The interaction of ultraviolet light (UV), both natural and artificial, with DNA is known to cause genetic damage that can lead to the development of melanoma and other skin cancers. The sun exposure can occur during childhood or young adulthood and only much later result in skin cancer.

the soles

the palms

in between toes and fingers

under toenails or fingernails

Note that self-checks can often miss changes in moles, according to a 2000 study of people at high risk for melanoma.

When to see a doctor

Moles that appear in adulthood should always be checked by a doctor. It’s recommended that people have a skin check by a dermatologist yearly. If you’re at risk for melanoma, your doctor may recommend a skin check every six months.

If you’re concerned about your mole and don’t already have a dermatologist, you can view doctors in your area through the Healthline FindCare tool.

If you have a mole that changes, especially one that meets one or more of the criteria in the ABCDE guide above, see a doctor right away.

The good news is that early detection of melanoma leads to significant survival benefits. The 10-year survival rate for melanoma that is detected early is 93 percentTrusted Source.

The art of face reading goes back thousands of years in China. According to The Chinese Art of Face Reading: Book of Moles, if you want to know about a person's reputation, nobleness, wealth, blessings, and longevity, look at their forehead, eyebrows, nose, mouth, ears, and chin. If there's a mole at any of these places, it emphasizes what they represent.

The Meaning of Facial Moles

Chinese face readers believe that where a mole is located on your face says something about you and that moles serve as reminders to be more vigilant about these aspects of your life.

In  face reading a mole on the forehead says something about your parents, spouse, luck, career prospects, and thinking. It also denotes opportunities, intelligence, reasonableness, and foresightedness.

A mole at the hairline suggests good luck, the deeper into the hairline it's hidden, the better.

A mole in the center of the forehead suggests an overly sensitive person who probably had unfavorable relationships with her parents or spouse.

A mole on the right at the center of the forehead indicates mental maturity, no shortage of material things, possible fame, and peaceful and happy later years.

mole on womans foreheadSOURCE

Moles on the Eyebrows

A mole in the eyebrow area indicates you should pay attention to your nature and temperament. It also denotes wisdom and individual behaviorism.

A mole hidden in the eyebrow indicates that the person tends to study well, has a higher education, is ambitious, decisive, able to lead others. Said person will also have good luck due to the presence of influential people in her life. A person with a mole here may also have a hidden talent.

In the center of the forehead, a mole suggests that the person has a pessimistic attitude, worries, and is likely to encounter setbacks in her life.

A mole above the brow arch indicates a sharp and creative mind.

On the edge of an eyebrow, a mole denotes travel and a tendency toward domestic instability.

treatment on eyebrow moleSOURCE

Moles on the Nose

On the nose, a mole draws attention to your self-esteem and social status.

A mole at the bridge of the nose suggests the individual will constantly face problems in health, marriage, and wealth.

The mole on the tip of the nose indicates the person lives above her means, finds it hard to save money, and will have personal financial losses.

A mole on the nose wings suggests personal financial losses, especially at the age of about 50.

Woman with moles on faceSOURCE

Moles on the Chin

Moles on the chin draw attention to your tenacity, assertiveness, endurance, and work ethic, as well as properties and wealth in general.

A mole in the center of your chin just below the lips indicates a person who is very conservative in managing her finances. This person also likes to argue and debate.

A mole in the center of the chin suggests the person will enjoy a stable life, good luck, and prosperous family as they grow older.

A mole at the bottom of the chin (right, left or center) suggests fame and glory.

woman with mole on chinSOURCE

Moles on the Cheeks

Moles on the cheeks tell the story of a persona's industriousness, power, and authority.

A mole on the cheeks near the upper lip suggests the person is sentimental and always considerate of others.

A mole on the round part of the cheek suggests a person who is self-absorbed and self-centered.

On the left cheek, a mole denotes a person who is wasteful.

On the right cheek, a mole denotes an increase in wealth

A mole located on your upper cheek near the outer edge of the eye denotes romanticism and a problematic love life.

woman with mole on cheekSOURCE

Moles on the Ears

A mole on the ear is said to be a blessing and to reveal something about a person's talents.

A mole on the right ear indicates the person is rational and analytical and may excel in science

A mole on the left ear indicates the person is emotional and may excel in the humanities.

woman with mole on earSOURCE


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