Using different techniques I can quickly remove unsightly blemishes from the face and body. Treatment is most effective and clients are delighted with the results.
These are some examples of blemishes that can be removed. Thread veins, red spots (cherry angioma), skin tags, warts, moles, seborrhoeic keratosis, white spots (milia), black-heads, sun spots and xantholasma.
Removal of Skin Tag.
Treatment of Seborrhoeic Keratosis & Skin Tags.
Thread veins are dilated red capillaries that can be seen through the skin. They are not significant to health and are easily treated. Many go with just one treatment. Lifestyle and heredity both play a role here - aging, sun and wind damage, pregnancy, thinning skin and a loss of elasticity, trauma and poor lifestyle choices such as smoking , alcohol and drugs, as well as weight gain.
These are commonly found on the neck and face, particularly around the eye socket, in the groin, under the breast and under the arms. They are often pendulous and tiny but can be much larger. They are thought to spread if rubbed by a collar or jewellery. It is very satisfying for both the electrolysist and the patient when these are removed, especially when they are around the eye area which is of particular concern if this occurs.
Cherry Angiomas are surface blemishes, bright red and filled with blood. They are found mainly on the trunk and respond instantly to treatment.
Seborrhoeic Keratosis look and feel like rough textured moles. They have a stuck on appearance. They are often found on the trunk and develop with age. They are easily removed.
Milia are white solid balls of hardened sebum under the skin. They are often found on dry sluggish skin; often around the eye socket, nose and chin. They are either treated with heat or are lanced.
Xantholasma is a yellow fatty deposit which forms plaques around the eyes. It is believed to be connected to raised cholesterol levels. This treatment may need to be performed more than once.
Removal of Cherry Angioma in corner of eye.