Normal Healing Time for Mole Removal?

September 27, 2014   6665

Recovery after a mole removal surgery is not as extensive as you may think. You only need to make sure you correctly follow your doctor’s advice for quick and safe recovery period.

Normal Healing Time for Mole Removal?

Moles are tiny growths on the skin which are caused when skin cells grow in clusters with tissues surrounding them. Most moles are harmless and do not require special care. But, most often people get them removed due to cosmetic reasons or for health purposes, as some unusual looking are more likely to turn cancerous than other moles.

Methods of Mole Removal

There are two main methods for mole removal: excision with cauterization and excision with stitches. Both these surgical procedures are painful and require the use of skin numbing creams for pain-free mole removal process.

Healing Time for Mole Removal

The wound can be covered with a band-aid and the suture are usually removed within 5-7 days. But, it will take a few weeks for the scar to heal completely and look at its best.

Generally, healthy and hydrated skin, enriched with Vitamin E, Vitamin C and Vitamin A, takes much lesser time to heal. Therefore it is essential you supplement your skin with the required vitamins for quick and effective healing.

Dr. Numb for Fast Action and Rapid Healing

If you’re wondering if a numbing cream can nourish your skin and help in quick healing, this is the answer for you.

Not all numbing creams, but Dr. Numb is one such cream that is enriched with Vitamin E. Numbing creams are easily absorbed into the skin rapidly, and therefore the skin gets a good amount of Vitamin E on application of Dr. Numb.

It helps prepare the skin for quick healing after removal of moles by making it healthier. Moreover, unlike other numbing creams it does not interfere with the skin elasticity and does not hamper in the mole removal process.

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