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What are Cherry Angioma?

Red moles, or cherry angiomas, are common skin growths that can develop on most areas of your body. They’re also known as senile angiomas or Campbell de Morgan spots. 

They’re usuallycallout found on people aged 30 and older. The collection of small blood vessels inside a cherry angioma give them a reddish appearance.

This type of skin growth is typically not a cause for concern unless it bleeds often or changes in size, shape, or color. Talk to your doctor if you notice any bleeding or changes in appearance. These could be symptoms of skin cancer.

Am I a good candidate?​

A consultation with our team in San Ramon, Ca, is the best way to determine if you could benefit from either of these removal procedures. They will be able to give you feedback about your skincare concerns as well as determine which of these removal methods is best for you and your goals.

It is important to remember that results will vary with all procedures.

Cherry Angioma:


A cherry angioma is a noncancerous growth on the skin that is made up of tiny blood vessels, which can be found on various places of your skin. The actual cause of these moles is unknown, although research suggests they are genetic. Removal of a cherry angioma is not necessary, however the location of these moles may be bothersome especially those in very visible locations.

What post-treatment care is needed following red mole removal?


Post-care instructions will be reviewed with you during your free consultation. Clients will also receive a copy of take home instructions the day of treatment. These instructions include cleaning the skin, and the application of antibiotic ointment.

  • Food and Beverages: Drink plenty of water and eat foods high in nutritional value to promote healing.

  • Skin Care Products: All of the skin care products you use after treatment should be gentle and non-clogging. A very gently and inexpensive skin care products are: Aveeno, Cetaphill, and Neutrogena.

  • Sunscreen: According to the American Academy of Dermatology, it is very important to utilize proper and frequent sunscreen. Resuming sun activities are fine with sunscreen after the second week of treatment.

  • Moisturizer: Moisturizer should be non-irritating and non-clogging.

  • Glycolic Acid, Retin-A, Scrubs, and Toners: The treated area may be sensitive for the first week after treatment, so you should avoid products that might cause irritation. Make sure to read product labels prior to using them to prevent irritation.

  • Bleaching Creams: The use of bleaching creams (Hydroquinone) is not recommended while your skin is tender and should be discontinued until skin is healed.​

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