Most babies are born without moles. If you were one of the ones that was, however, the medical term for this is a congenital nevus. These non-cancerous skin lesions are totally benign. However, some people experience them to be very unsightly, and there are still some risks associated with them.  Consisting of melanocytes, which are pigment-producers in the body, these lesions pose no major health complications. Many patients are interested in their removal for cosmetic reasons. Nevi grow with time and expand over the years. Nevi have hair growth, are blue-black or brown, and vary in texture with irregular borders. It is common to experience discomfort and dry skin around the nevus due to complications they can sometimes cause with oil glands.  While the Lutronic VRM III Spectra laser works great in removing these lesions, some people decide to just live with them altogether.
If you are interested in treatment options for your nevus, there is hope. Although nevi are benign, one can never be safe.  A doctor is going to want to keep an eye out for skin cancers in the event that surgery is needed if a health hazard arises.  Depending on your age and health, as well as the location and size of your growth, you may decide to proceed with cosmetic removal.  If this is something that interests you, the Lutronic VRM III Spectra laser is the best way to completely remove it from your skin.