Advanced Electrolysis Procedures

Mandy
Mole Removal 15 minutes
£70.00
Mole Removal 15-30 minutes
£120.00
All other lesions:-
Up to 15 minutes treatment
£60.00
Up to 30 minutes treatment
£90.00
Each additional 15 minutes treatment
£40.00

Advanced Cosmetic Procedures

As we age our skins develop small blemishes. Using advanced electrolysis procedures these can be safely removed skin tags, milia, plane warts, viral warts, verrucas, keratoses and more. Dilated capillaries and spider naevi, blood spots and Cambell de morgan spots are all successfully treated. Please ask for more details.


Seborrheic Keratosis

These appear in various colours, from light tan to black. They are round or oval, feel flat or slightly raised, and range in size from very small to more than 2.5 centimetres (1 in) across. They can resemble warts, though they have no viral origins. Because only the top layers of the epidermis are involved, seborrheic keratoses are often described as having a “pasted on” appearance. They can be removed by scraping with electrolysis.


Sebaceous Hyperplasia

These are simply enlarged oil [sebaceous] glands and are completely harmless. They occur mostly on the forehead, nose and cheeks They are removed by gently scraping them away with electrolysis.

 

 


Syringoma

These little marks are caused by an overgrowth of the sweat glands. These are commonly found around the eyes. Sometimes mistaken for milia but they are softer and usually oval, milia tend to be harder and round in shape. They are removed by gently scraping them away with electrolysis.

 


Xanthelasma

These yellowish-white pads usually, but not always, appear around and under the eyes in the eye sockets. They are a build-up of lipids under the skin. Sometimes they may indicate high cholesterol .It may be worth having a cholesterol check. They are removed by electrolysis to gently scrape them away.

 


Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra

These are smooth, dome-shaped little spots on the skin which are actually just very small seborrhoeic keratoses [see above] They most often, but not always, occur on darker skins. They are easily removed using electrolysis to gently scrape them off leaving no mark.