Post # 17
I think that mole is absolutely adorable! lol
I have one on my stomach. It’s not a fun shape or anything but I’ve always thought it was cute/sexy.
If you like it and it’s not a health hazard, I’d keep it. It makes you unique!
Post # 18
Leave it! If there is no medical concern, I wouldn’t do anything. I have a couple of visible raised moles (one on my neck and one to the side of my eye above my cheek) and I love them. I feel like they are a part of me and how I look!
Post # 19
I had some large raised moles on my face and neck removed before our wedding, but I really disliked them. If it doesn’t bother you, and there’s no medical reason, why do it?
Post # 22
that is the most awesome mole I’ve ever seen! it almost looks intentional!
I have a lot of moles so I can empathize with the crumb questioning… but I can’t say that I have any quite as cute as that one 🙂
Post # 23
I have a mole in the same spot – I’ve had it since I was a kid and I think I’d kind of miss it if it was gone!
Post # 24
Umm. Cutest mole I’ve ever seen. 🙂 Definitely leave it alone! You said you like it, and you should. And once you got rid of it, you could never ever have it back and chances are you’d have a small scar there to remind you of what you once had.
My cousins and my sister and I all have matching teensy tiny moles on the bottom of our earlobe. So who knows, maybe if you’re planning on having children, one of them will end up with it..and how cute would it be to share that uniqueness 🙂
Post # 25
It’s soooo cute. And draws the eyes to your fantastic chest!! I sound really pervy sorry.
Post # 26
I considered removing one from my back before our wedding– my dress is strapless and it will be on display. But then I realized, I’ve always had the mole, I don’t really notice it, and people probably won’t care. I say it’s not worth the added trouble!
Also if you want to not have it show up in photos, you could put a little makeup on it or have your photographer photoshop it out!
Post # 27
Honestly, when I looked at your pic I thought how cute it was with its heart shape (before you even pointed out the shape). I’d definitely keep it. It’s worth the occasional mistaking it for chocolate, which isn’t so bad anyway. When I had bad acne, my friend’s stepdad came up to me and actually wiped at my face with his hands, trying to get the “ketchup” off my face as I was eating a bacon sandwich. Mortified.
Post # 28
No! Why put yourself through it for such a cute shaped mole lol!
Post # 29
@WonderBee: For clarity, moles do NOT normally grow. Anything changing in size, color, texture or shape should be looked at by a dermatologist.
Post # 30
I have a very similar one in the exact same place so can sympathise! Iv just had it removed, literally a week ago. Its all healed over now and looks like a small scar from a burn. Iv been using bio oil on it. My biggest issue with it was that I found every baby, small child or animal I held wanted to either pull it off or bite at it! I hated it, it really bothered me so im really glad iv had it taken off. If it doesnt bother you you might as well keep it 🙂