Why why why leave moles with hairs growing out of them?
There’s a whole bunch of dimly remembered ‘wisdom’ – possibly passed on from parents – (grandparents?) – that just doesn’t stand up to close examination.
Judging by the considerable number of moles proudly sprouting jungles of untamed hair on the faces of some of our more senior members of society, I’m guessing they all learned that you shouldn’t oughta pluck mole hairs. Maybe it’ll go malignant or something - so they get left.
Anyway, I’m pretty sure I got told that, too – but I’ve always ignored it. I have moles. They grow the occasional hair. I pluck ‘em. Hang the consequences.
Ah, but that little niggling question remained… was there something in it?
So. I ask my dermatologist. Yeah? Right!
Not Gazza down the pub – a qualified, certificates on the wall, DERMATOLOGIST.
I asked him outright – is there any problem with plucking hairs from moles?
He chortled as he answered (you know, that thing between a snort and a chuckle) – no, not at all.
There you have it. You can pluck with carefree abandon.
And if you’re still worried about the consequences – nobody said you couldn’t CUT them.