How to Remove Hairs Safely From Facial Moles

How To Remove Hairs From Moles

Many people who have moles might have noticed that some of these moles grow lengthy hairs right from the middle of the mole. Read below to learn how to remove hair from facial mole safely. There is nothing less attractive than to have a hair seen coming out from a facial mole (unless you are an official witch). These techniques below will help you remove hairs from moles on any part of the body, but those can also be covered left untouched.

How Not To Remove Hairs From Moles

There are some basic No!No! concerning removing hairs from moles which are worth reviewing first. Since moles are dark pigmented skin spots, they should NEVER be treated with any kind of IPL or laser hair removal device. Laser hair removal over moles can end up in severe burns to the skin, and a messy bleeding blister instead of the mole.

IPL systems and laser work because light turns into heat when it is emitted at dark matter (hair or skin a like). So instead of the light to be absorbed by the dark hair pigment, it will be absorbed by the dark mole pigment. The instant heating pulse of light can cause live skin tissue a harsh burn!

Another way not recommended for hair removal from facial moles is by waxing. Waxing is a violent way to remove hair anywhere on the body. The sudden pull of the waxing strips, is a painful and traumatic way (for the skin) to lose unwanted hairs. Because moles could be ripped in the waxing process too and cause epidermis injuries, you may want to leave this option for skin areas where there are no moles.

Do not shave moles, the razor blades would injure your skin and may cause unwanted bleeding.

If you have a skin covered with moles, you may want to learn how to remove moles altogether, and get rid of these skin condition once and for all.

Removing Hairs From Facial Moles | Tweezers

One simple method to remove hairs sticking out from facial moles is using a no cost tweezers. The way to do it correctly is by gripping the hair very tight with the tweezers and pulling it away. The pull must be done in the growth direction, and in a straight angle with the hair shaft tunnel. No illusions here, pulling any hair from the root – hurts. But the pain is bearable, and if done gently but firmly, the pain is like an instant pinch.

You can rub an ice cube over the mole before you pull the hair, to numb the skin.

Removing Hairs From Facial Moles | Hair Removal Creams

Hair removal creams are breaking the inner chemical connections that bond the hair cells. Once the hair is dissolved it will fall of by itself when rubbed by a exfoliating cloth. These creams are severe chemicals and should be used exactly as instructed by their safety leaflet.

To remove a hair growing from a mole on your face, use a hair removal cream which is specific for facial use. The hair removal creams for the legs use a different combination of chemical ingredients and may cause skin irritation.

Getting rid of the unwanted hair is simple. Apply a layer of hair removal cream over the mole, and leave it there the exact period instructed. Then wash the skin with mild water, and use a gentle cloth to run the hair away.

Using Scissors (Hum..)

Yes, if the hair can be cut by a pair of scissors, than you can cut gently as close to the mole as you can (without injuring the skin). The hair will not be seen, but you will feel it popping out  if you run your fingertip over the mole. This should be done ever few days, because the hair will keep growing, and this time the tip of the hair will not be fine and delicate but a tough stub.

Permanent Hair Removal From Facial Moles | Electrolysis

There is one other way, to remove hairs growing from facial moles. Electrolysis means a thin needle is inserted to the hair follicle and a short electric current ‘kills’ the hair and the root. This can be done by an electrolysis professional at any electrolysis skin center or with a simple (low cost) home electrolysis kit. Most professional electrolysis personnel would not do such a treatment on a mole, without a letter from your doctor, which declares that the mole is not malignant. They fear to be sued later on if cancer do develop.

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