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Alarm bells ring, screaming for you to get up and get ready for work – just like any other day. But today is different. You woke up on the wrong side of the bed; grouchy, and feeling absolutely negative about everything. It’s just going to be one of those days… great. You slump your way to the bathroom, reach out to grab your toothbrush, and look in the mirror. There it is – the biggest, probably the most hideous, mole you’ve ever seen on anyone. And awkwardly positioned in such a way, that not even someone with extremely thick glasses would miss it, right on the tip of your nose! Yes, Mother Nature does that to you sometimes. On any other day, you can just about overlook that parasite always with you, which seems to do nothing except push men away, but today, no… Today is the day when you have decided to put your foot down, and do something about it! Moles are a strange phenomenon – they can be of various colours and even change in number and appearance, depending on hormonal changes, such as going through adolescence, pregnancy or ageing. Many people elect to have the moles removed because they simply don’t like the way they look and affect their confidence. The procedure is relatively straight forward, with a small injection of local anaesthetic to numb the area. The mole is then removed using a scalpel and the wound is closed with a couple of stitches. After a couple of days to recover, you could be mole-free and confident. Life’s too short to ponder about all these imperfections, so since there’s a solution to rectify them, then it makes sense to use it. Let us know what you think – do you have a mole that’s affecting your confidence?

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