A blue mole (nevus) is a blue-colored mole that can be inherent. A common blue mole may appear flat or sometimes dome-shaped with a color-changing from blue-grey to blue-black. Blue mole is commonly found in people of the Asian race. Most blue moles are safe but although there is a possibility that a blue mole can become cancerous.
This kind of mole is light brown and in dome-shaped sores. The melanocytes that make up a dermal mole are located below the dermo-epidermal junction. This section of melanocytes pushes the cells above it upward, resulting in the brown-colored bump that is noted on the surface of the skin. These types of a mole are most commonly found in adults.
These usually have skin-colored, with uniform pigmentation. These moles have features of both junctional and dermal moles. They are procured moles. The melanocytes that make them are located both in the dermo-epidermal junction and the dermis.