Skin Blemish Removal
As Electrolysists we learn pinpoint precision with a needle which is reflected in our accuracy in the treatment of a range of skin blemishes. Electrolysis is a safe and effective treatment for skin blemishes, offering fast results in most cases. Treatment takes place at my professional clinic with Covid-19 safe medical hygiene standards.
Skin Tags (Acrochordon)
Skin tags are commonly found in areas such as neck, underarm, groin, but also on other areas of the body.
They are effectively and quickly removed. Once healed, no trace of this blemish is apparent.
These are tiny, superficial broken capillaries treatable on the face and chest area.
Removal is simple and gives a more homogenous appearance to the skin.
Milia are tiny white spots commonly found on the face and neck. Milia are hard keratin cells trapped underneath a layer of skin cells.
Super quick to treat with 100% success.
Non pigmented, raised moles, usually round in shape, can be dessicated at its surface and will reduce considerably. or disappear completely.
Highly successful treatment.
These lesions which appear to be 'stuck on' the surface of the skin appear as we get older.
When removed there is no trace of the lesion visible.
Sun spots typically develop as we grow older. Easy to remove, no trace will remain when the lentigo is treated.
They tend to appear face, chest, back, back of hands.
Xanthelasma Palpebrarum (XP)
Xanthelasma is a sharply demarcated yellowish deposit of cholesterol underneath the skin. It usually occurs on or around the eyelids. While they are neither harmful to the skin nor painful, these minor growths may be disfiguring and can be removed.
Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra (DPN)
Dermatosis papulosa nigra is a harmless skin condition that tends to affect people with darker skin. It consists of small, dark bumps that usually appear on your face and neck. While some people only develop a few bumps, others have many. Sometimes the lesions have small flaps attached that look like skin tags. These are called peduncles.
A wart is a small growth with a rough texture that can appear anywhere on the body. Warts are caused by viruses in the human papillomavirus (HPV) family.
The appearance of a wart depends on its location on the body and the thickness of the skin.
Verrucae are plantar warts that commonly occur on the soles of the feet or around the toe area. They are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), which is contagious through direct person-to-person contact.
Skin Blemish Removal
My clinic operates with state of the art computers and has a dedicated scrub room with full medical grade equipment. Essential is a clear and precise view of the blemish which needs to be treated.
I wear full medical grade dental loupes to ensure pinpoint precision, which produces excellent blemish treatment or removal.
I use the Apilus xCell pur computer, the most advanced electrolysis machine in the world. All other national and international machines operate at 13.56 mhz. The mighty Apilux xCell cruises at 27.12 mhz.
Fast, efficient and deadly to the hair and its complete destruction.
Covid -19 Safe
I take safe hygiene practices very seriously and have employed medical standards of hygiene for almost a decade in my clinic.
All of my hygiene equipment is full medical grade so you can be assured of the highest standards of sterilisation for your health and safety.
Lovely experience. Very friendly and welcoming.
So happy with the results and I left with a smile. Amazing results!
Electrolysis is a fast and effective way to reduce or remove skin blemishes.
Treatment takes place at my professional clinic, using the most up to date and powerful computer in the world, the Apilus XCell Pur. All my equipment is placed in an ultrasonic bath, bagged and sterilised with Covid-19 safe medical hygiene standards.
Mole Consultation and Treatment - £150
(Includes One Follow-up Treatment)
Some lesions, such as Xanthelasma or Warts, may require more than one treatment.
The clinic is open from Wednesday to Saturday.
Booking is essential as treatment is available by appointment only.
We operate a waiting list, so please email to make a booking enquiry.