Electrolysis - Advanced Cosmetic Procedures
Advanced treatments are available from experienced electrolysis professionals to remove a variety of skin blemishes, quickly and expertly. Unlike hair removal these treatments generally require only 1-2 appointments and take advantage of the very precise needle control, required by electrolysis. Only those who have undertaken specialist advanced training are able to perform these treatments. The demand for these procedures is very high, as the medical profession is not only too busy but also very reluctant to do anything about benign lesions. They are seen purely as a cosmetic problem, regardless of the psychological effect on the person having the unsightly marks, lumps and bumps on their skin.
An extensive consultation is required to ensure client suitability: A GP consent may be required for the removal of some moles. After treatment is complete the condition does not re-appear however new ones can grow at anytime close to the area previously treated.
Skin tags can be found anywhere on the body. They are more common on the face, neck, eyebrows, around the bra line and in the underarm area. Depending on the amount of skin tags to be removed, sometimes it is necessary to have more than one treatment. During the removal the treatment cauterises the skin and does not leave any scarring.
Campbell De Morgan Spots (Red Blood Spots)
Campbell De Morgan Spots can be found all over the body and can affect people of any age. They are all different sizes and can be raised or flat.
All types of warts are possible to remove using electrolysis, older warts may need more than one treatment.
Also known as seborrhoeic Keratoses, these can occur anywhere on the body. They are best removed as early as possible as they continue to grow if left untreated. They vary in size and colour.
Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra
These are often, but not always, found on darker skins. It usually begins in adolescence, incidence, number and size of the lesions increases with age.
These are yellowish-white pads usually found around and under the eyes. They are a build up of fat cells under the skin.
Milia are very small, white, hard keratin-filled cysts which lie superficially under the surface of the skin, commonly around the eye area.
Moles can be a nuisance if they catch on your clothing, can be cut whilst shaving or are just unsightly. Some people find they affect their confidence. Most moles are completely harmless and can be removed very easily and with little discomfort. Moles do not grow back after treatment is complete. If the mole appears suspicious in any way a GP consent would need to be given for the removal.
|Skin Tag, Mole, Milia Removal|
|15 Minute Session||£100|
|30 Minute Session||£140|