Non-Surgical Blemish removal: From £100
Non-Surgical Blemish Removal is a very sought after a procedure involving the removal of Telangiectasia (red veins), Spider Naevi, Skin Tags, Blood Spots, Seborrhoeic Keratosis, Milia, Hairy Moles and Viral Warts using electrical currents. Skin blemishes can be very unsightly and often cause a loss of confidence. However, most can be removed or reduced safely without any scarring using advanced surgical electrolysis. Surgical electrolysis uses a tiny needle & electric current to treat the blemish.
Our clinical practitioner can remove the following skin blemishes from the face and body
Spider Veins (red veins):
Commonly found on the face and neck they sit just below the skin surface, often containing a central red spot and reddish extensions which radiate outwards like a spider's web. They are common and may be benign, presenting in around 10-15% of healthy adults.
Cherry Angioma (blood spots):
Made up of clusters of tiny capillaries at the surface of the skin, forming a small round dome. They range in color from bright red to purple. Initially, they may be only a tenth of a millimeter in diameter and almost flat, appearing as small red dots. However, they then usually grow to about one or two millimeters across, and sometimes to a centimeter.
These are an overgrowth of skin cells. Most commonly found in areas that rub such as necklines, underarms and skin folds. Skin tags have a loose area of excess skin attached with a stalk and can vary greatly in size from a pinhead to broad bean.
These are the only type of wart that is non-contagious. They are a symptom of aging, long-term sun damage, and genetics. They are found on the temples, sides of the face and upper body. They can vary in color from pale yellow to a very dark brown and resemble a ‘bran flake’ that has been stuck to the skin.
This blemish is a plug of sebum contained in a sebaceous sac under the skin that is blocked by an overgrowth of the surface epidermis. They vary in size dramatically and areas they appear most commonly are the face, chest, scalp, and back.
These are tiny hard keratinized ‘pearls’ which sit just under the surface of the skin. They vary in size from a tiny grain of sand to garden pea. The exact cause is unknown, but rich creams, too much Vitamin C and high cholesterol have all been apportioned blame.
Warts are small, non-cancerous, quite contagious growths caused by a strain of the human papillomas virus. There are various types of warts, including plane warts and common warts.
A full skin assessment will be taken during your consultation, to discover the best treatment plan.