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There are many different types of skin lesions. Warts, Moles and Skin tags may appear on any part of the body. They are more often found on the neck, groin, armpits, eyelids, and under the breasts, and other areas. Rejuvenus Clinic specialize in diagnoses and treat theses skin conditions. Our staff of outstanding specialist offer both a comprehensive assessment and a diagnosis. They will assess your skin growths, and will discuss optimal treatment for removal to achieve a great outcome based on your individual needs.

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Moles (nevi) are benign growths on the skin, composed of pigment cells called melanocytes, are usually brown or tan, and can be flat or elevated. They vary in shape, size, location and depth, and the best removal method depends on these characteristics.


Skin tags are benign, fleshy growths, usually brown or tan-coloured. Skin tags are the most common bump on adult skin. Tend to occur on the eyelids, neck, armpits, groin folds, and under breasts.

Seborrheic keratoses (aka senile wart, age wart, granny wart, age spot), occur with aging, and are benign, warty-looking, rough raised lesions. They can be brown, gray, black, or yellow caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and can appear anywhere on the body.


  • Eliminates the health risks by removing pre-cancerous moles.

  •  Enhances the look of your skin by achieving smooth and clear skin.

  •  Reduces skin irritation that may occur when the nevi rubs against clothing or jewelry.

  •  Removes bulging moles that get in the way of shaving.

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Cosmetic removal of benign lesions at our clinic may include:

Surgical Excision and Shaving
There are various surgical and shave removal procedures available. The choice of techniques will depend on the type of lesion and its elevation from the skin’s surface.

This involves freezing the lesion with the use of liquid nitrogen, this produces extreme cold to destroy the concentrated melanocyte cells.

A safe procedure that uses light electro currents to remove undesirable tissues by targeting the top layer of the skin, leaving surrounding skin untouched.

Lasers have become the number one choice for lesion removal, offering the most convenient, safest, and effective procedure. Lasers can target the mole’s pigment cells directly without damaging or scarring surrounding skin cells.

We know skin! We can’t wait to help you achieve beautiful, healthy looking skin.

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Moles & Skin Tags Rejuvenus


At Rejuvenus Clinic, we are dedicated to delivering the best service to our patients. 

Here is a list of our Frequently Asked Questions. If you have any other questions or concerns, our experts will provide you will all the information you need.

What Do Skin Tags Look Like?

Skin tags are small flaps of skin, ranging from the size of a small pen head to 3 cm. They form when a small bump or gland sticks up from the skin. That bump is then rubbed, typically under the arms, in the groin, or around the neck. Because of friction, the flap rises more and can form into a ball shape.

Should You Have A Wart Removed?

Although we recommend removing any of these spots, warts especially need to be removed quickly (before you pass the virus along to someone else). But when people try to treat them at home, they never seem to get better. Why? They’re a virus that lives in the skin cells. If you don’t get rid of the virus, you won’t get rid of the wart. So you have to treat it long enough to kill all the skin cells that contain the virus.

Should You Have A Skin Tag Removed?

The biggest problem with skin tags is the irritation they cause. They can snag, bleed, and hurt. In general, they are just bothersome. Although they are not dangerous, when skin tags become painful, tender, or unsightly, many patients ask to get them removed.

What Do Moles Look Like?

To see a visual difference between wart and mole bumps, look for pigment and hair. Warts don’t have either, but moles have both. Because of their pigment, they have the rare potential to change from a regular mole into skin cancer.

Some people are predisposed to develop moles, and sun exposure stimulates them. So, if you notice these small benign growths pop up easily on your skin, take extra precautions in the sun to prevent more from forming.

What Causes Warts?

Warts start from a virus. And like all viruses, they’re contagious. So, when you see a wart pop up, that means you came into contact with someone else with a wart virus, whether through shaking hands or using the same hand towel.

Will Skin Tags, Moles, and Warts Go Away on Their Own?

No, these spots do not go away on their own. So, whether you have a mole, wart, or skin tag, a certified medical professional can give you the most accurate identification and help you decide if the growth should be removed.

If you have a problematic spot on your skin, contact us to schedule a consultation and discuss your wart or mole removal options.


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