Mole Removal Without Surgery? Meet ESKATA!

Mole Removal Without Surgery? Meet ESKATA!

Moles are very common. Most people have one or more, especially people with light skin. Moles are concentrations of pigment-producing cells (melanocytes) in your skin.  Moles usually emerge in childhood or adolescence, and may change in size and color as you grow. New moles commonly appear at times when your hormone levels change, especially in pregnant women. 

Moles range in color from pink to dark brown or black. They can be located anywhere on the body found alone or in groups. We can have Congenital moles, (also called birthmarks) Acquired moles, (also called common moles) or Atypical moles (also called dysplastic nevi).

Our skin is our largest and most visible organ. Most people feel self-conscious about their moles. If you are contemplating mole removal, we would like to introduce you to Eskata!


ESKATA, the first and only FDA-approved topical treatment that can be used to treat raised SKs.  SKs or (seborrheic keratoses) are noncancerous, raised spots on the skin that can be found all over the body and become more common as we get older. The good news is Eskata is also used to treat Moles and warts!  

Eskata has a soft-tip, pen-like applicator, with a  hydrogen-peroxide-based treatment. Most people tolerate their ESKATA treatments well. Common side effects include swelling, itching, redness, and crusting. Most patients describe a slight tingling or itchy feeling.The treatment is non-invasive and the most common adverse effects are skin reactions related to application such as irritation or redness.

Ask your Skin Specialist team if you could benefit from ESKATA.Call us for your free consultation today.  We want our patients to have renewed confidence in their appearance and your Skin Specialists staff is here to answer any questions you may have. 

At Skin Specialists, we’ll provide a proper consultation to get a better understanding of your condition. Our professional team will advise you on the best steps to improve your condition be it an oral medication, topical medication, or an in-office facial treatment.