Most people think of a mole as a dark brown skin change, but the appearance of moles can be varied. Moles can appear anywhere on the skin, either individually or grouped. They are usually brown in color and of different shapes. Brown color is caused by melanin, the pigment that creates special cells in the skin. Most moles appear until the age of 20, although some occur only in older age. Exposure to ultraviolet radiation increases the number of moles and encourages their tan. Other skin changes may still be warts, atheroma or lipomas.
Various scars distort the appearance of our body, regardless of where they are. Scars can develop differently and vary in shape, color and appearance. They arise as a result of injury or surgical intervention, and are the product of the human body capacity to heal. Scars can interfere with the normal function of the body and cause a restriction of a movement due to shrinkage and the tension of the skin. Furthermore, tattooing emphasizes personality and attitudes. But as the times change, our attitudes and thinking, tattoos often become unwanted and we decide to remove them.