This is a safe effective method of removing skin blemishes with a short wave diathermy current. A full consultation and test patch will be carried out prior to any treatment.

Some of the skin conditions we can treat are as follows:-

Skin Tags

Skin tags are described as small and soft flaps of skin that have the same (or slightly different) color as that of the surrounding flesh. They generally grow around the neck, face under arms and groin area. They are benign tumors and perfectly safe to be removed.

Thread veins

Thread veins are normal blood capillaries that have swelled and become more visible on the surface of the skin. They are found on the face or body and can build up over the years through hormone changes sun damage or injury. These veins are very successfully treated with advanced electrolysis.

Millia

Also known as ‘white heads’. These hard white spots are usually found around the face. They cannot be removed by normal methods of extraction.

After millia extraction with advanced electrolysis, it is advised to have a course of microdemabrasion and a regular skin care regime can prevent recurrence.

Spider Naevus

Spider Naevus are superficial dilated blood spots under the skin commonly found in clusters on the cheeks and chest. Several small capillaries come from the body of the Naevus like spiders legs hence the name. Heat from advanced electrolysis will cauterize  the trapped blood instantly and it will fade away.

 

You will need to book in for a consultation prior to a treatment, you will get a small area treated during the consultation to see how your skin reacts. In most cases you will be able to return for further work a couple of weeks latter.

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