Swest, my mother’s benign carcinoma (it is called a ‘rodent ulcer’, not very nice…) was near her nose; it is quite common in older people and it can be treated relatively easily, with a very simple procedure that does not leave much of a scar. I have not got moles in my body or sun spots on my hands, but I do have a couple of sun spots on my face, despite having olive skin, which tans easily. My daughter, who inherited DH’s Celtic colouring, has quite a few moles on her back and I worry about her. When she was a teenager she used to sunbathe on holidays; she could not accept that it was not good for her skin. She knows better now. Imo, anyone with fair skin needs to be extremely careful in the sun; you cannot take any chances. I always wear a hat in the garden when it is sunny and I pack a couple whenever I go abroad on holidays.