A significant proportion of newborns have a birthmark. Vascular birthmarks – a red, pink, or purple blemish – are caused by abnormal blood vessels under the skin. Some people are born with pigmented birthmarks; these are usually brown and are caused by the clustering of pigment cell.

Birthmarks usually fade over time, but when they haven’t, we can help:

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