Ko Skin Specialist

Birthmark & Moles

Being Beautiful in your own ways
Birthmarks are often harmless and may need no treatment, but when you have a prominent birthmark that makes you feel less confident, you may wonder how to remove it.
A birthmark is usually referred to any mark present on your face at birth or develops soon after. They are common, and many children have those marks. Some birthmarks are permanent and may get larger over time, while others will fade away on their own or as a child grows. In exceptional cases, a birthmark may signify a more serious health issue.
Most of it can be removed or at least made less noticeable. So, if you’re tired of concealing your birthmark with heavy makeup, consult with our medical professionals for the right treatments.

Birthmarks Come
in Many

Shapes & Colors

Flat and Pigmented

In many cases, birthmarks appear as flat sections of differently colored skin. Colors can range from a pale browns, light pink, or salmon color, to a dark red or dark brown. Others may appear as light brown or blue gray.

Raised and red/brown

One of the most common types of birthmarks are hemangiomas. These typically develop within the first few months of birth as raised pink, bluish, or red, brown on the skin.


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