Facial Moles are small marks dark blue, black, or a pinkish flesh color. They can be flat, raised, or round and hairy at times. Usually during the first 20 years of your life, these moles begin to appear. Changes in hormone levels from life events such as puberty and pregnancy can cause the appearance of moles to change by becoming larger or darker.
Moles are rarely cancerous. But, if you have one that changes suddenly or is unusual in appearance, it is a good idea to get a biopsy done.
Best way to remove them without scarring and without pain or infection is by removal using laser under a local anesthetic.