Skin Blemish Removal

Skin blemishes can be quickly, safely, easily and effectively treated.

Advanced Cosmetic Procedures – Skin Blemish Removal

Advanced Cosmetic Procedures (APC) using electrolysis is becoming increasingly popular. A wide range of skin blemishes can be quickly and easily treated with immediate and effective results offering an eventual blemish free smooth skin. The demand for these procedures have always been high but unfortunately, GP’s are reluctant to do anything about benign lesions due to lack of time and restricted NHS funding.

As far back as the early 1900’s electrolysis has been used for the treatment of skin blemishes. Probably the least evasive, minimal and effective method of treatment for sure ch a wide variety of blemishes, electrolysis has got to be the most sensible and safe choice. Results are often instantaneous, pleasing and life-enhancing.

Results

Unlike manual derma rolling, where a roller covered in tiny needles is manoeuvred across the skin making a series of tiny punctures, the SkinPen’s digital technology enables the device to produce a much higher density of channels – around 98,000 each minute – maximising its revitalising and resurfacing effect and improvements are visible after one micro-needling treatment.

Skin Blemish Removal Hornchurch Essex

Using electrolysis, many skin blemishes can be quickly, safely, easily and effectively treated offering an eventual blemish free smooth skin. These include Thread veins, Skin tags, Spider Naevi, Milia, Blood Spots, Warts and more.

For example, 1-3 skin tags can be removed in a 15 minute treatment time.

Skin Blemish Removal Hornchurch Essex
Skin Blemish Removal Hornchurch Essex
Skin Blemish Removal Hornchurch Essex

Prices

Consultation
Required before the first treatment
15 mins – Free

Skin Blemishes Session
Includes 5ml pot of aftercare gel
Up to 15 mins – £50.00
Up to 30 mins – £93.00
Up to 45 mins – £135.00

Milia removal
With the use of a sterile fine needle
15 mins – £22.00
30 mins – £37.00

Further Information

Thread Veins

Common on the face and legs as we age, these are either broken or permanently dilated capillaries, which are the smallest blood vessels we have. They have very thin walls which constantly dilate and constrict. As we age, these vessels lose their elasticity and can become permanently dilated. Ageing, pregnancy, smoking, energetic sports, harsh weather and hormones are just a few of the many causes.

Treatment
The treatment consists of a minute pre-packed sterilised disposable needle that is applied lightly to the surface of the capillary, a low current is employed which produces a heating effect and when applied to the capillary the structure and its contents coagulate (dries up).

Aftercare
Following your treatment you may experience:
• A slight reddening/swelling of the skin in the area
• Warmth in the area that has been treated
• Pin dot crusting in the area that has been treated
• The skin may feel itchy as it heals

Blood Spots

Also known as Cherry Angiomas and Campbell De Morgan, these are bright red vascular blemishes which lie just under the surface of the skin. They are dome shaped or slightly raised. They’re commonly found on the torso but can appear anywhere. Most people over the age of 30 have at least one, and they are more common in men.

Treatment
A small probe will touch the surface of the skin, a slight burst of energy is expelled and a small stinging sensation may be experienced. Large Campbell de Morgans can be stubborn and more than one treatment may be required.

Aftercare
Following your treatment you may experience:
• A slight reddening/swelling of the skin in the area
• Warmth in the area that has been treated
• The skin may feel itchy as it heals
• A small Campbell de Morgan may disappear immediately to large Campbell de Morgan may change colour to a grey/beige then fade away over a week or so. A larger Campbell de Morgan will, during treatment, form a scab which must be left to naturally fall away. Further treatment may be required for a larger Campbell de Morgan.

Spider Nevus

A spider Naevus also known as spider Angiomas, is a central dilated blood vessel which has smaller capillaries coming from it, like the legs of spiders. They can be on their own or clumped in groups on the cheeks, legs and other areas.

Treatment

A small probe (about the size of an eyelash) will gently touch the surface of the skin, a slight burst of energy is expelled and a small sting like feel may be experienced. This procedure will be repeated a number of times. Spider Naevi can be stubborn and more than one treatment may be required to treat the centre part mainly which is deeper.

Aftercare
Following your treatment you may experience:
• A slight reddening/swelling of the skin in the area
• Warmth in the area that has been treated
• Pin dot crusting and/or a small scab in the area that has been treated
• The skin may feel itchy as it heals

Plane Warts

Plane Warts are small flesh coloured or pigmented blemishes. Very slightly raised, often dry or crusty, flat topped lesions which mostly commonly appear on the face, décolletage and torso. Caused by a virus and is contagious. Although these warts will not usually cause any major problems, they can itch and be unattractive.

Treatment
The tip of a small probe will gently remove the wart from the skin, a slight stinging sensation may be experienced as the wart is treated.

Aftercare
Following your treatment you may experience:
• A slight reddening/swelling of the skin in the area
• Warmth in the area that has been treated
• A crust will form
• The skin may feel itchy as the healing process takes place

Filiform Warts

Filiform warts can be distinguished from other types of warts quite easily as long, narrow projections are often seen appearing on the lips, eyelids, neck, fingers, and legs. They are also known to spread to other parts of the body very quickly.

Treatment
The initial treatment will involve holding the wart and using the tip of a small probe to remove the wart from the skin, a stinging sensation may be experienced as the wart is removed. If small or the wart ‘opens’ then it will gently be cauterised and shrunk to a small scab.

Aftercare
Following your treatment you may experience:
• A slight reddening/swelling of the skin in the area
• Warmth in the area that has been treated
• A crust will form
• The skin may feel itchy as the healing process takes place

Skin Tags

Skin tags also known as Papillomas, are very common and are mainly found on the neck, under the arms and in women they are common under the breasts and the bikini line. They often appear with a neck somewhat like a mushroom and vary in size. They can be smaller than a grain of uncooked rice or larger than a broad bean. They are mainly caused by friction, for example around the neck where necklaces and collars rub the skin.

Treatment
Skin tag removal by electrolysis is a basic procedure that offers dramatic results. It is a highly effective way to get rid of skin tags on your face and body. The tip of the probe is used to treat the tag, a small burst energy is expelled and a slight stinging sensation experienced. Through electrolysis you can experience freedom from skin tags that will not reappear. Large skin tags can be fully removed immediately and smaller skin tags are reduced to a bobble scab which sloughs off after a few days.

Aftercare
Following your treatment you may experience:
• A slight reddening/swelling of the skin in the area
• Warmth in the area that has been treated
• The skin may feel itchy as it heals
• Area needs to be kept dry

Common Warts

There are various types of wart which all differ in appearance. We are able to treat all warts including common, plane, seborrhoeic (age related), verrucas etc. Common warts can develop either individually or in clusters. Common Warts are firm, raised growths often with a rough, dry, crusty surface. It can resemble a very small cauliflower or a solid blister. Rough to the touch, common warts may feature a pattern of tiny black dots which are small clotted blood vessels. They can develop individually or in clusters and are an infection of the epidermis with one of the human papilloma viruses. They are highly contagious and are usually found on the hands but can be spread to other areas of the body.

Treatment
Each wart is treated individually, an energy is released over the whole surface area of the wart using a small probe tapping on the affected area, it is then inserted into the wart and the energy is released. A stinging heat sensation may be experienced during treatment. Results are highly effective. Once fully healed the skin will be smooth.

Aftercare
Following your treatment you may experience:
• A slight reddening/swelling of the skin in the area
• Warmth and a little pain in the area that has been treated as warts are deep
• The appearance of the wart may change once treated, it may turn white in colour initially and will then form into a dark scab which will fall away naturally.
• The skin may feel itchy as the healing process takes place
• A follow up appointment will be arranged to assess results and some may need further treatment.

Verrucas

Verrucas are firm, flattened growths often with a rough, dry, crusty surface on the soles of the feet. Verrucas may feature a pattern of tiny black dots which are small clotted blood vessels. They can develop individually or in clusters and are an infection of the epidermis with one of the human papilloma viruses. They are highly contagious and are usually found on the feet.

Treatment
The energy is released over the whole surface area of the verruca by the use of a small probe tapping over the affected area and a slight stinging sensation will be experienced. The probe is then inserted a number of times into the’ verruca and a sensation will be experienced. Treatment is a little uncomfortable but highly effective.

Aftercare
Following your treatment you may experience:
• A slight reddening/swelling of the skin in the area
• Warmth and some pain may be felt in the area that has been treated as verrucas are deep
• The appearance of the verruca may change once treated, it may turn white initially then turn into a dark scab and eventually fall away naturally
• The skin may feel itchy as the healing process takes place

Milia

These are tiny hard white lumps containing keratin which lie just under the surface of the skin. They are easily treated with ACP technology. Their actual cause is unknown, but they’re often found on people with dry or acidic skin.

Treatment
A small probe about the size of an eyelash is inserted into the centre of the Milia. A small stinging sensation will be felt and a popping sensation may be experienced as the Milia is treated.

Aftercare
Following your treatment you may experience:
• A slight reddening/swelling of the skin in the area
• Warmth in the area that has been treated
• The appearance of the Milia may change, it may whiten, became more pronounced and obvious or alternatively, it can flatten at the time of treatment
• A tiny scab may appear which will eventually fall away naturally
• The skin may feel itchy as the healing process takes place

Mole Reduction

There are many types of mole and we must be very careful identifying the good from the occasional not so good therefore GP approval is required for all mole treatment. Electrolysis is a safe, effective, quick and affordable method of visibly reducing the appearance of totally healthy moles for sound reasons such as cosmetic, physiological or physical purposes.

Treatment
Mole reduction: The mole will be not be removed but will be visibly reduced in size using high-frequency radio waves. Cells are composed of 80% liquid and exposure to the high frequency waves causes the mole to evaporate. Depending on the size of the mole will affect the amount of treatments required. The mole once treated, will be smooth and nearer the level of the surrounding skin.
Hair removal: Electrolysis can be used to treat the hairs in moles and/or the mole itself. The probe is gently inserted down the hair follicle and the energy is released. A stinging sensation may be experienced and the hairs will be gently lifted form the follicle.

Aftercare
The surface of the mole may initially appear white in the treated area and a scab will form which should be left to naturally fall away. It can take several weeks after the initial scab falls away before the fading and equalisation of colour is complete. Written aftercare will be given after treatment along with the appropriate Sterex after care product. A follow up appointment will be required several weeks after the procedure.

Seborrheic Keratoses

Seborrheic keratoses are harmless skin growths that often appear as the skin ages. Some people have just one, but it is common to develop several. Seborrheic keratoses are often brown and patchy and can appear anywhere on the body. The growths may look waxy as if they are painted onto the body. Some people initially mistake them for unusual-looking scabs.

Treatment
During treatment each Seborrhoeic keratosis is removed individually leaving the skin with a grazed appearance. During the healing process the skin will develop a temporary crust or scab. The healing rate is individual to each client, once fully healed the skin will be smooth.

Aftercare
Following your treatment you may experience:
• A slight reddening/swelling of the skin in the area
• Warmth in the area that has been treated
• A scab will form
• The skin may feel itchy as the healing process takes place
It can take several weeks after the initial scab sloughs off before the fading and equalisation of colour is complete and the final results are apparent.

Age Spots

These dark areas of pigmentation are associated with ageing and exposure to the harsh radiation of the suns UV rays. They’re most common on the areas that are most often exposed to the sun such as the arms, legs, neck, shoulders, chest and facial area.

Treatment
A small probe about the size of an eyelash will touch the surface of the skin, a slight stinging sensation may be experienced whilst a minute section of the blemished skin is lifted and the skin colour underneath is observed. If healthy pink and not pigmented then the blemish can be removed successfully, however if the pigment continues down to the dermis the treatment will not go ahead as results will not be successful.

Aftercare
Following your treatment you may experience:
• A slight reddening/swelling of the skin in the area
• Warmth in the area that has been treated
• Only the fine transparent pigmented section of the skin will be removed and a scab will form
• The skin may feel itchy as the healing process takes place

Sebaceous Cyst

Also know as keratin cyst, epidermal cyst or epidermoid cysts, these are usually small bumps that sometimes affect one’s neck, face, genital area and trunk. The cheese-like, oily substance is due to hair follicles that were once damaged and swelled up, or a skin trauma such as an injury. These are slow growing, painless lumps beneath the skin that become tender and inflamed.

Sebaceous Hyperplasia

Sebaceous Hyperplasia is a common, non-contagious, benign condition. It is inflammation of the sebaceous glands in adults of middle age or older. Lesions can be single or multiple and manifest as yellowish, soft, small papules on the face, particularly the nose, cheeks, and forehead.

Sebaceous Hyperpasia is a disorder of the sebaceous gland in which they become enlarged, they may be present themselves as milky yellow doughnut shaped lesions.

Treatment
There are 2 techniques used to treat Sebaceous Hyperplasia:
1. A probe is used to scrape away excess skin leaving the lesion with a slight graze appearance.
2. A probe is inserted into the Sebceous Hyperplasia in a verticle fashion drying up the contents.
A slight tingling sensation may be experienced during either procedure.

Aftercare
Following your treatment you may experience:
• A slight reddening/swelling of the skin in the area
• Warmth in the area that has been treated
• The appearance of the Sebaceous Hyperplasia may change, it may whiten or flatten before it reduces
• The skin may feel itchy as the healing process takes place
• A temporary scab or crust will form. On completion of the healing process this will slough off naturally.

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