The red moles that appear on the skin or the so-called ruby points appear more than all on the trunk of the body (thorax) or on the upper extremities such as the neck and arms, at an age between approximately 30 and 40 years.
There are other names given to this lesion that is not benign, these are: cherry, senile or capillary hemangiomas, nevus Rufus, blood mole, red dots, Campbell de Morgan spots.
White-skinned people are more likely to show these red dots, if this is your case do not worry as they are not dangerous.
There are women who, for aesthetic reasons, remove them to improve their appearance, since in some cases they appear on the face or in any other part of the body. It is a matter of visiting the dermatologist and seeing what recommendation he will give you.
Do not make the decision to remove them yourself since these, being vascular tumors of skin origin, tend to bleed a lot. Most are benign and unless they are uncomfortable or come out in unwanted parts, you can remove them with a specialist. They are almost always small in size, they range between 1 to 2 millimeters and if they grow more than 7 millimeters consult your doctor, although it is not a concern.
Tips to avoid its appearance.
Remember that age does not pass in vain and skin cells begin to age and there is no way to avoid their appearance. However, there are other options that you can avoid to delay its appearance a bit, these are:
- Frequent exposure to the sun plays a very important role in the reproduction of red moles on the skin as it increases skin elastics that accelerate aging. The use of protective creams that control ultra-violet rays is recommended so that your skin does not is freely exposed.
- Try to release toxins from your body every so often, so your body can work without any complications. Exercising daily or sporadic fasting based on liquids and fruits help to release toxins.
- The hormonal changes that occur in pregnancy are producers of this lesion, however there are studies that say that these capillary animas can disappear after childbirth. So do not worry if these red moles appear during pregnancy as they do not affect your health at all.
- A good intake of water is recommended to keep the skin hydrated.
- Consumption of foods rich in vitamins and healthy diet.
- Incorporate in your diet the intake of avocado, olive oil, omega 3 and 6; in the morning it is good to drink a hot infusion with lemon and a little baking soda.
- Peels are recommended as long as you have hyaluronic acid and retinol.
How do you get rid of red moles?
If you are one of those people who take great care of your personal appearance and ruby dots appear anywhere on your body and you want to remove them for aesthetic reasons, here are some practical tips to remove those senile animas. It is always good to consult a dermatologist so that they can do a study to find out how feasible their elimination is, but remember that age does not pass in vain and time does not forgive.
Today there are surgical treatments that make it easier for us to eliminate those red dots that for many of us seem undesirable, here are some:
- The laser-based treatment called Neodymium-Yang, this technique is effective and fast if the propagation of the red point is great in a certain area.
- The pulsed light helps to eliminate them and in turn rejuvenates the linear vessels or the so-called chicken feet or expression lines.
- The use of an electric scalpel that cauterizes or coagulates the outflow of blood.
- Cry therapy is a method that freezes moles by rooting them out, it is good to apply if the spots are very small.
- Surgery is not highly recommended because it is very invasive and leaves marks or wounds that are not pleasant.
Care that must be taken once these techniques are applied.
The application of these techniques or treatments to improve the aesthetics of your body are not very invasive, it can be said that it is an outpatient operation that requires simple sections depending on the number of blood moles you have.
Its care is simple and satisfactory as long as you maintain adequate and normal hygiene, among them we have:
- Wash the treated part with water and neutral soap every day; this will help prevent a scab from forming.
- Avoid contact with the sun for a few days.
- Apply moisturizing creams that contain antibiotics or creams that regenerate the skin, such as Vaseline or others that contain hyaluronic acid, to the treated area.