Blemish Removal Procedures

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Thread/Spider Veins

Thread or spider veins are a type of varicose vein, ‘telangiectasia varicose veins’. They are tiny prominent veins just below the skin surface that can appear anywhere, but most commonly on your face or legs; they’re harmless and, unlike trunk varicose veins, do not bulge underneath the surface of the skin. Thread veins rarely cause symptoms, but they can be unsightly and vary in colour.

Our Advanced Electrolysis removal procedure involves heating the vein by using an electric current delivered by a tiny probe causing the vein to collapse and be destroyed. Once destroyed the same thread vein will not come back.

£150 for 30 minute session
£175 for 45 minute session
£200 for 1 hour session

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Skin Tags

Skin tags are small, soft, skin-coloured growths made of loose collagen fibres and blood vessels surrounded by skin. They can vary in colour and size – from a few millimetres up to 5cm wide. Skin tags are usually found on the neck, armpits, around the groin, or under the breasts. They can also grow on the eyelids or under the folds of the buttocks. They can look like warts, but skin tags are usually soft, can be smooth or knobbly, and hang off the skin. Skin tags are harmless and do not usually cause pain or discomfort, unless they snag on clothing or jewellery.

Our Advanced Electrolysis removal procedure involves heating the skin tag by using an electric current delivered by a tiny probe and will take a few minutes for each skin tag.  It may take 7-14 days before you see the full final results of the procedure.

£150 for 30 minute session
£175 for 45 minute session
£200 for 1 hour session

Milia

Milia (the plural of ‘milium’) are tiny white bumps (spots or cysts) on your skin which can sometimes appear in clusters. They are normally found around the eye area and cheeks but can appear anywhere on the face or body. Milia is caused by the skin growing completely over a pore and trapping the skin debris beneath the surface. They may look like whiteheads but are much more difficult to remove. They can be unsightly but are harmless.

Our Advanced Electrolysis removal procedure involves cauterising the milia using tiny electrical pulses, which then allows the contents to scab over and fall off.  It may take 7-14 days before you see the full final results of the procedure.

£100 for 15 minute session 

£150 for 30 minute session

£175 for 45 minute session

£200 for 1 hour session

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Cherry Angioma

Red moles, or cherry angiomas, are common skin growths that can develop on most areas of your body. They’re also known as senile angiomas or Campbell de Morgan spots. This type of skin growth is typically not a cause for concern unless it bleeds often or changes in size, shape, or colour. A cherry angioma is often bright red, circular or oval in shape, and small – usually ranging in size from a pinpoint to about one-fourth of an inch in diameter. Some cherry angiomas appear smooth and even with your skin, while others appear slightly raised.

Our Advanced Electrolysis removal procedure involves heating the angioma by using an electric current delivered by a tiny probe and will take a few minutes for each angioma. It may take 7-14 days before you see the full final results of the procedure.

£150 for 30 minute session
£175 for 45 minute session
£200 for 1 hour session

Warts

Warts are small lumps that often develop on the skin of the hands and feet and feel firm and rough. Warts vary in appearance and may develop singly or in clusters. Some are more likely to affect particular areas of the body. Warts are non-cancerous but can resemble certain cancers. They usually go away on their own but may take months or even years. Warts do not cause you any harm, but some people find them itchy, painful or embarrassing

Our Advanced Electrolysis removal procedure involves heating the wart by using an electric current delivered by a tiny probe and will take a few minutes for each wart. It may take 7-14 days before you see the full final results of the procedure.

£150 for 30 minute session
£175 for 45 minute session
£200 for 1 hour session

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Raised Moles

Moles are small, coloured spots on the skin, also known as a nevus. Most people have them and they’re usually nothing to worry about unless they change size, shape or colour. Most harmless moles are round or oval-shaped, with a smooth edge, are often dome-shaped and usually have an even colour of pink, tan, or brown. It is these dome shaped moles that can be treated with electrolysis.

Our Advanced Electrolysis removal procedure involves heating the mole by using an electric current delivered by a tiny probe and will take a few minutes for each mole. It may take 7-14 days before you see the full final results of the procedure.

£150 for 30 minute session
£175 for 45 minute session
£200 for 1 hour session

Xanthelasma

This is a condition known as Xanthelasma Palpebrarum (XP).  A Xanthelasma is a soft, yellowish, fatty deposit that forms under your skin. It’s not harmful, but may signal an underlying issue with your lipid levels, and in rare cases it may be an early sign of other issues, so it’s a good idea to have it checked by your doctor or dermatologist.

Our Advanced Electrolysis removal procedure involves heating the Xanthelasma by using an electric current delivered by a tiny probe and will take a few minutes for each Xanthelasma. It may take 7-14 days before you see the full final results of the procedure.

£150 for 30 minute session
£175 for 45 minute session
£200 for 1 hour session

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Seborrhoeic Keratosis

Seborrhoeic Keratosis, also known as seborrhoeic warts, basal cell papillomas or senile warts (as they are more likely as you get older), are not true warts as they are not caused by the human papilloma virus but are actually over-growth of basal cells in the skin and are not infectious. In seborrhoeic keratosis, the abnormally growing basal cells produce abnormal amounts of keratin. This is what gives the crusty layer on top of the seborrhoeic keratosis. They are often pigmented but completely harmless.

Our Advanced Electrolysis removal procedure involves heating the keratosis by using an electric current delivered by a tiny probe and will take a few minutes for each keratosis. It may take 7-14 days before you see the full final results of the procedure.

£150 for 30 minute session
£175 for 45 minute session
£200 for 1 hour session

Syringoma

A syringoma is a firm bump that resembles a pimple (papule) on your skin that usually forms in small clusters on your skin, commonly on the face and most often in groups around the eye. On pigmented or dark skin, they may appear as yellowish or pale bumps. Syringomas are the result of over active sweat glands, and are completely harmless.

Our Advanced Electrolysis removal procedure involves heating the syringoma by using an electric current delivered by a tiny probe and will take a few minutes for each syringoma. It may take 7-14 days before you see the full final results of the procedure.

£150 for 30 minute session
£175 for 45 minute session
£200 for 1 hour session

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Verrucas

Verrucas, otherwise known as a plantar wart, are a hard lump, often with multiple black specks in the centre (blood vessels) and are usually surrounded by hard skin. It is not usually painful, although may be tender when pressed, especially from the sides. Some may be particularly painful on weight-bearing and feel like a small stone under the foot. They are common in sports, especially in swimming and other sports where you have bare feet in communal, public areas. Care should be taken if you have a verruca as they are contagious.

Our Advanced Electrolysis removal procedure involves heating the verruca by using an electric current delivered by a tiny probe and will take a few minutes for each verruca. It may take 7-14 days before you see the full final results of the procedure.

£150 for 30 minute session
£175 for 45 minute session
£200 for 1 hour session