I am a 28 year old male who has had a mole on my chin since birth . I have noticed that the hairs on my mole are starting to turn white/grey. But there are no visible white/grey hair coloring anywhere else except where the mole is. What causes this?
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I don't think there is any problem with the hair turning gray ,since you are now 28 ,and it can be considered as a normal aging process.If at all the mole abruptly increases in size or bleeds or itches then you should consult a dermatologist and get it removed.
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