Moles refer to certain types of benign (non-cancerous) tumors of the skin, composed of pigment-producing cells (melanocytes) that colonize the epidermis (upper layer of skin) and sometimes dermis (lower layer of skin). Certain skin cancers may look like moles and requires special removal techniques different from common moles. Some skin cancers may look like moles. Therefore it is important to have your moles checked by a doctor with training in dermatoscopy. Dermatoscopy can reveal telltale signs of skin cancers that are not readily visible to naked eyes. Skinlife specialized in the use of digital dermatoscope to examine your moles prior to removal.