Warts are non-cancerous skin growth cause by a viral infection. Majority of them are harmless. The viruses that cause warts are called human papilloma virus (HPV). Warts are usually the same colour as our normal skin and it has a rough surface, but they can be dark, flat or smooth. The appearance of the wart will depends where it is growing. There are several common types of warts:
Plantar Warts (Foot Warts)
Moles can appear anywhere on your skin, alone or in groups. They are usually in brown to near black in colour, but it can range from pinkish flesh tones to year, dark blue, or black. Moles can be round, flat or raised and are in various sizes. Everyone has at least a few moles on their body. Before a person is born the moles on their skin are probably determined.