Hemangiomas are tumors congenital which usually occur during infancy. This usually happens when a mother is pregnant and abnormal blood vessels group together in the placenta during gestation. These can be found on the skin or internal organs. The liver is the common organ where this tumor usually forms. Hemangiomas look like a strawberry mark that swells on the skin. There are no other factors that can cause this tumor to appear but according to researchers this can be caused by the overgrowth of special cells called endothelial that usually line the skin’s blood vessels. These can appear so many shapes and colors which may grow inside the body or outside on the skin, most commonly on the head and neck area. This tumor can more likely grow on female babies versus the male infants for unknown reasons. In the first weeks of the baby’s life, better check for possible formation of red marks which can eventually lead to a tumor called Hemangioma and plan the best treatment as soon as possible.