Electrolysis Skin Blemishes Removal
Blemishes and marks on the skin such as skin tags, warts and Milia can be unsightly and disconcerting. They can damage your self-confidence and make you constantly worried about your appearance.
Luckily Advanced Electrolysis now presents a safe and easy way to remove these marks permanently without any scars and marks. Advanced Electrolysis can be used to treat:
- Blood spots
- Thread veins
- Skin tags
- Sebaceous cysts
- Certain types of mole
Electrolysis uses a Thermolysis current and a very fine needle to cauterize or remove blemish from the skin.
The heat cauterizes the body of the blemish and destroys the vessel attached to it, so the blemish gradually dries up, shrinks and disappears.
The advanced method of removing skin blemishes has several advantages:
How does Advanced Electrolysis work?
The treatment involves inserting a probe, or needle, the size of a single hair into the blemish which passes an electric current though the vessel.
Prior to this the skin is cleansed with an antiseptic solution. Each treatment uses a new sterile disposable needle. The needle is inserted along the line of the blemish at which point a hot sensation will be felt, similar to a pin prick. This is the current passing into your skin.
This will coagulate the capillaries in the area and cause a gradual reduction in the appearance of the blemish. Depending on the size and type of blemish, it may disappear after the first treatment or it may require 3 or 4.
We are also able to use advanced electrolysis on certain types of mole and hair in moles. However, in order to treat any mole, we require a signed document from a doctor confirming that it is safe to proceed. Moles have a very strong blood supply for normally require a course of treatments as opposed to one single treatment.
Is the treatment safe?
Yes. We only treat blemishes that are completely safe to remove. Advanced Electrolysis is a widely used and highly trusted method of blemish removal and all our skin experts are highly qualified and experienced in a variety of skin treatments.
Does the treatment hurt?
Advanced Eletrolysis does create a certain level of discomfort. This discomfort varies from person to person, with some saying it did hurt whilst others saying they simply felt a hot sensation.
Will the blemish return?
No the blemish will not return. If the blemish occurred because of a skin condition that is still present, then new blemishes may appear on the skin.
Are there any side effects?
Immediately after the treatment the area may be red, possibly swollen and warm, and a scab may form. This will heal over the course of about a week. We encourage a strict aftercare process in order to look after the treated area and ensure it heals properly. The scab should not be touched, but left to fall off in its own time.
Can moles be treated with Advanced Electrolysis?
Yes. Some moles can be treated but only once they have been examined by a doctor and you have a signed document stating that it is safe to proceed.
Is the treatment right for me?
If you have a skin blemish you would like to remove then Advance Electrolysis may be the right treatment for you. We would like to invite you to the clinic for a free consultation so that one of our experts can inspect the blemish and advise you on how to proceed with its removal.
How much does the treatment cost?
Each treatment is charge by the length of time it takes, with a minimum charge of 15 minutes. Please have a look at our Price List to find out more
Payment methods: Cash, or Credit/Debit Card (excluding American Express)
Please note we require 24 hours notice for all cancellations, during our working hours 10am to 7pm weekdays and Saturday between 10am to 6pm for Monday’s appointments.
48 hours notice is required for any advanced treatments requiring more than 1 hour to perform.
For single treatments “NO SHOW FEE” £50 will be charged before further booking.
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