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The 26-year-old reality television star opened up about the surgery to remove the mole after her followers noticed that the mole had grown since leaving the villa.
Faye also noticed the mole had changed and she decided to seek medical help and a decision was made by doctors to remove it as a precaution.
In the video, Faye showed her scar explained in detail how the doctors came to the decision to remove the scar after examining it.
Faye was joined by boyfriend and fellow Love Island 2021 finalist Teddy Soares later in the video where she discussed the pain she was in from the surgery, which she said was more than she expected.
The lettings manager from Exeter is still waiting for the results from the mole, but says she is 99 per cent sure the results will be fine.
She decided to share her mole journey with her followers to urge others to get their own moles checked and to show the small scar she has from the surgery.
According to the NHS website, moles are small, coloured spots of skin that most people have. They’re not usually a cause for concern unless they change size, shape or colour.
Some moles can be a sign of melanoma, a type of skin cancer. You should visit your GP if you notice a change in a mole.
This includes a change of shape, changes colour or gets darker, starts itching, crusting flaking or bleeding, or gets larger or more raised from the skin. These changes can happen over weeks or months.
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