Do you have these red spots on various parts of your body? Should you worry? What should you do?

Skin growth or skin changes have happened to all of us at some point of our lives. They can be harmless, but we should still check them because they can point to some serious issues.

For example, let’s look at moles. Moles represent harmless skin blemishes that most of us have since birth. Still, many of you have probably noticed a different type of skin marks, the red ones, which are not as typical as moles are. These appear commonly in people over 40, but still, they can also appear during adolescence and childhood.

The greatest concern about these skin marks is their color, so that’s why they’re called “ruby points.” These marks can be removed surgically, but the reason why they appear is still unknown.

Dermatologists explain that the red spots on the skin are actually small capillary dilations that occur because of a vascular system malfunction. They can be normally seen in the arms and chest, concentrated on one small area, either scattered around the skin, but they can also be small benign tumors.

Should you worry about the red spots on your skin? Is there a way to remove them?

There’s no need to worry about them, because these skin growths are completely benign. They do are an aesthetic issue, especially for women, but luckily they can be removed either with a surgical procedure either with some natural treatments.