3. Abnormal, Unusual, or Suspicious Growth.
Let’s face it you look at your skin quite often. You view yourself in the mirror when you brush your teeth, dry off after a shower, or when you are doing your hair. While many of the looks you take during this time are to assess your looks, it subconsciously is a way for you to perform an informal assessment on your skin. During this assessment, you should be able to point out any new growths and unusual looking marks that have popped up on your skin. If you notice anything unusual, it is best to make note of it, observe it, and report it to your doctor.