Some electrologists won’t touch any mole. Others want you to get a note from your doctor saying the mole is safe to treat. Others will just treat it, and think nothing of it.
If we are repeating myths, it is because that is what we are taught in school, and like I have said before, our text books are woefully out of date.
Most electrologists are just being protective of thier malpractice insurance, and/or covering their butt against any possibility of a court case being filed against them.
I can only say that every mole I ever treated just flattened out, and the skin reverted to the color of the rest of the skin around it in time.
James, thanks for your great feedback as usual.
the thing I was most worried about was causing a dormant/safe mole to become cancerous via major interference(like electrolysis).
So technically, If people wanted to remove moles or have their moles become near-invisible, providing their moles had hair/s growing from them, they could just have electrolysis performed on the moles for that purpose, and be mole-free essentially?