Moles as Beauty Mark

Beauty is often defined as the aesthetic quality of certain physical attributes that make those attributes pleasurable to see. These attributes may include sunsets, landscapes, beautiful humans and other works of artistic art. Beauty, along with individual taste and aesthetics, is perhaps the most important theme of aesthetics, among the various branches of modern philosophy. It is perhaps for this reason that many people consider beauty the central thesis of all philosophy and art – whether it is decorative art or architecture or painting or sculpture.


The search for the aesthetic nature of beauty has been present from the start of recorded history, with the male being the first species used to represent beauty in its most crude form. Moles were depicted as small hollow figures with protruding roots, representing the earth on which they flourished and their ability to penetrate the soil through their excrement. Another early example of the mole was the Egyptian media, an ancient relief depicting the likeness of the pharaohs as they raised the sky above the earth. The Egyptians were not alone in making use of moles; among the pre-Christian ancient peoples, the Persians too used moles as symbols of beauty. However, with time the use of moles as symbols of beauty became widespread across different cultures. With the extension of human knowledge to the remote corners of the world, the concept of beauty itself spread to the farthest corners of the globe, bringing beauty marks across the face of man.

Many people around the world consider the beauty marks on their faces as unique and lovely. For this reason, many people wear moles on their faces as a sign of beauty and charm. Whether it be on the lips or the eyes, the moles on one’s face serve as the perfect symbol of beauty mark.