Hi, This is Sam Jones, and welcome to my blog where i publish regular content regarding skin care and treatment. Writing is my passion, and apart from my blogs i also have interest in creating comic characters and storylines. I will be publishing link to some of my work on this blog soon (I hope your like it). I chose to write about skin care because of my past experience of skin issues and extensive research i did on this topic before choosing a treatment. I hope you find this blog insightful.
Melanocytes cells, whose job is to produce pigment in the skin, may sometimes cause development of tiny skin growths known as moles. Moles are usually classified in to two types –
- a) Common acquired Nevi
- b) Congenital Nevi
Common acquired Nevi are the moles that appear more frequently. As the person grows in age, they increase in number.
There are multiple treatment options if you want to get rid of moles like this from your skin. The cost of mole removal treatments varies from each other (http://www.skinatoz.com/mole-removal-cost-without-insurance/). Apart from the price, there are various other factors to consider when choosing amongst various options to get rid of moles. It is important to know if the treatment will leave any scars, are there any side effects of treatment, what are the chances of regrowth. You should also try to understand the healing time required after the treatment, whether the mole treatment cost will be covered by insurance company, what type of aftercare is required after the treatment.
Apart from surgical, non- surgical and natural mole removal treatment, you also have option to choose homeopathy. In this article we will discuss the cost of various mole removal treatment and how homeopathy is a viable option for people struggling with these conditions.
One reason behind the popularity of homoeopathy is that it focuses on treating the person as a whole. You must have noticed that when you visit a homeopathic doctor they normally do not start the treatment until they gain an insight on your medical history. Homeopathic doctors when treating chronic ailments often treat it very important to gain some knowledge about your miasmatic tendency.
Continuous chafing and scratching the area around and over the mole aggravate the skin condition and make it more complex. Apart from various homoeopathy options, there are many home remedies available that can be used to effectively remove the mole without spending a lot of money and without the risk of any side effects. One such home remedy is the use of Vaseline on the affected area. Another option is to apply some castor oil mixed with baking soda on the mole, the castor oil should be kept as it is over night for best results. Though these methods are effective and make the removal of mole very inexpensive, there are few downsides of home-based treatment(http://www.myhealthtips.in/2013/06/best-home-remedies-to-remove-skin-tags.html).
- a) A lot of patience is required, as it takes close to 5-6 weeks to see any positive results
- b) Some of the home remedies involve applying acidic ingredients to skin, which some times cause skin reaction.
If having a mole on your skin makes you uncomfortable you should research about the various available options as per your skin type and try to find something, which suits your budget. As stated above the costing for removing moles depend on the method of treatment, quality and experience level of doctor and also on your geographic location.
What is a scar?
Scarring is a process by which wounds repair. This process triggers only when the inner skin, which is called dermis gets damage. Scarring do not happen when you top layer of the skin (epidermis) gets damaged. Epidermis do not always produce a scar but sometimes it does when necessary.
Scars makes structural changes in deeper layers of skin and alters the texture of normal surface and features, together with change in skin color.
Scars are something almost everyone has to deal with it, be it from injury, surgery, acne, or something else. They are amazing example of miraculous way of skin healing itself.
Scars comes in variety of textures, pigments, shape and size. In order to treat the scar area you must know how to treat they are formed. What type of scar you are dealing with and how to minimize scaring. Correct and timely scar treatment can leave a huge difference how you scar look after the treatment.
Types of scars?
How Does a Scar Form?
The scars we see on surface is result of a complex process of skin healing carried by our body to recover damage cause to skin. There are numbers of factors that are responsible how a wound recovers, how a scar ends up looking in long run.
How skin heal and how scars look varies person to person but you can control how your scar may look in the long run to some extent.
Skin has 3 level recovery process that later ends to formation of scar. One may see swelling, redness, and some tenderness or pain at the wound area, this means wound is at first stage of recovery. In the next step new skin tissue forms under the clot produced at first step.
The final stage of recovery involves rebuilding out layer of skin.
The final stage involves rebuilding and reforming the outer and inner layers of skin.
What you do during the first days after getting a wound, what you do after the scab has formed, and what you do when the scab eventually falls off all affect the appearance of the final scar.
A defective healing process can result in a keloid, an unsightly, itchy, thick, red, knobby bump that often continues to enlarge over time. Keloids often are larger than the margins of the original wound.