- Growths that look like warts
- Patches which are usually scaly or rough. These patches can be bleeding and crusting.
- Open sores with crusted areas and oozing.
- Lumps having a lower part in the center.
- A flat area which is little different from the normal one.
The causes of Basal Cell CarcinomaThe ultraviolet ray coming from the sun and from tanning is the cause of BCC. How both of the rays affect the skin, is when they hit the skin they actually damage the DNA in the cells of the skin at the same time. Little by little and sometimes it takes years for this damaged DNA to form as the BCC.
The Symptoms of Basal Cell Cancer
- A mole with flesh color that stays on the skin for a long time can be the earliest symptom. This mole can also look darker, pink, or red.
- Growth of hard skin also has to be alerted.
- Those moles can be very easy to bleed.
What to do if you have BCC symptomsGo to your dermatologist and asks his/her professional advice. Your doctor may advise you to have pills and creams, to kill cancer cells by using electric needle, to freeze cancer cells with liquid nitrogen, to have radiation therapy, or to undergo Mohs surgery. Surely the treatment depends on the level of BCC.
What to do to avoid BCC
- Be careful with the sun between 10 am to 02 pm—the time when the UVB of the sun is the worst.
- Wear sunscreen.
- Wear a kind of hat that can cover your head and face, an umbrella, gloves and clothes that can cover up your skin, every time you have to go out when the sun shines.
What to eat and drink to have healthy skin
- Rainbow colors of fruits
- Green tea
- Olive oil
- Almond milk
- A lot of water
- Sun flower seeds
- Dark chocolate