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Skin Tags, Milia and Xanthelasma Removal

    Safe ● Effective ● Non-surgical ● Quick

    Many people suffer needlessly from warts, skin tags, moles, milia and other skin imperfections, unaware that these can be removed quickly and cost effectively.

    Skin Tags

    Skin tags are small flesh-coloured or brown growths that hang off the skin and look a bit like warts. They are very common and harmless.
    Skin tags are usually a few millimetres in size, although can be as big as 5cm.
    They are usually found on the neck, in the armpits, around the groin, or under the breasts. They can also grow on the eyelids or under the folds of the buttocks.
    The medical name for skin tags is acrochordons.

    HOW MANY CAN BE REMOVED?

    to give you an idea of how many tags can be removed within 15 min - it took 12 min to remove these 38 skin tags from the neck and decollete area.

    Milia

    You may think milia are filled with puss. However, this is not the case. They are like fat deposits where your skin can’t breathe and excess oils become trapped. Milia spots are not a result of inflammation or clogged pores. In fact, they have nothing to do with your pores, but are actually caused by a buildup of keratin under the epidermis, or the top layer of skin.

    Keratin is a naturally occurring protein that helps build and rejuvenate skin, nails, and hair. However, when dead skin cells are not sloughed off properly, keratin can become trapped, causing small white cysts to form.

    Some people are genetically prone to developing milia spots but they are most often caused by the use of skin care products and cosmetics that contain heavy oils, particularly mineral oil or lanolin.

    READ MORE about Milia HERE.

    Cholesterol spots on eyes – Xanthelasma.

    This condition is caused by a collection of yellowish cholesterol deposits underneath the skin around the eyes. Histologically, the formations are found to be accumulation of lipoprotein deposits. It vary in size, slightly in colour and may be hard or soft. Although they are not harmful, their appearance can be upsetting. There is also no guarantee that the Xanthelasma won’t reoccur in the future.

    We successfully use Advanced Electrolysis to treat Xanthelasma. Skin Camouflage is also available on request. READ MORE.

    How it can be removed

    In fear of incurring high private dermatology costs, pain and scarring, those suffering from unsightly blemishes and bumps often make do with cover-up cosmetics or skincare products that offer only limited results. Many people are unaware that for just a few seconds of mild discomfort – no anaesthetic required – a raft of unwanted bumps and blemishes can be immediately, safely and permanently removed – often with life-changing results.

    Advanced Electrolysis works by sending a tiny current through the tip of an eyelash-sized probe onto the blemish. Skin tags will disappear immediately, whilst moles and warts, whose blood supply has been cut off, tend to fall off in time. Milia can all be treated easily with advanced electrolysis techniques which gently dries them up so that the hard keratinised centre is broken down and this will then be absorbed by the skin within 4-6 weeks following the treatment . This is a much gentler way to treat them, as opposed to removing them by opening the skin which can leave scarring. Xanthelasma treatment usually require 2-3 sessions, 4-6 weeks apart. Treatment times and costs vary, but clients are often pleasantly surprised at how quick and affordable the process can be.

    Price:

    Skin Tags Removal from £75
    Milia Removal from £50
    Xanthelasma treatment £75
    Mole removal:
    if you have a letter from your GP stating that the Mole is not malignant - £75
    The Mole removal (no letter) + plus pathology test to exclude presence of cancerous cells £255