Cherry Angiomas

What Is It?

Red moles or cherry angiomas are common skin growths that can develop on most areas of the body in adults commonly over the age of 30 Years. They typically develop more with age.

They are also known as Campbell De Morgan Spots or Senile Angiomas. They can vary in size, from the size of a pinhead to the size of a pea and are completely harmless.

Cherry Angiomas are known to be the most common lesions that appear on the human skin, although are unsightly are very easily treated.

They are harmless red spots compromised of clusters of dilated capillaries located on the surface of the skin, forming the red or purple mole called Cherry Angiomas.

They are generally harmless and cause no discomfort. 

Cherry Angiomas do not go away on their own, however, there are a number of different, safe & effective treatments that will remove them with no down time and minimal discomfort allowing for a quick and convenient treatment.

 

What Causes It?

Stress, Aging, Genetics, Chemical Exposure & Sun, may be some of the causes, however, the exact cause and reason for the development of Cherry Angiomas is not fully known yet.

How To Treat?

There can be many reasons you may have developed Cherry Angiomas, but luckily there are a number of different treatments to remove these lesions. Your aesthetician will examine your skin and advise you on the best treatment for you.

A few of these are:

  • Cryosurgery

 

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