Advanced Electrolysis

Skin blemishes treated quickly & easily, with immediate and effective results!

A wide diversity of skin blemishes can be quickly and easily treated with immediate and effective results, giving you an eventual blemish free smooth skin.

As an electrolysis specialist, you'll get my utmost care and support when choosing to remove any unwanted blemishes that have affected your confidence and well-being recently or throughout your life.

Please book a consultation first, so that we can make sure this is the right treatment for you. 
what can be treated?
Advanced cosmetic procedures treated by advanced electrolysis

thread veins

Permanently dilated capillaries. They have very thin walls and are constantly dilated and constricted.
This happens more so with age, though there are many causes including: sun-damage, hereditary, pregnancy and trauma eg spectacles and smoking.

milia

Tiny white hard spots containing keratin which lie under the surface on the skin. Often associated with dry or dehydrated skin.
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skin tags

Are very common and found more frequently on the face and neck. They often appear in a mushroom shape and vary in size, from a tiny speck to the size of a pea. mainly found in areas of friction; underarm, groin, under breasts or on the neck where necklaces can cause friction.

blood spots

Bright red superficial vascular blemishes, these are often dome-shaped or slightly raised and more frequently on the midriff.
close up picture of large skin tag
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before and after picture of large mole removal by advanced electrolysis

moles

Hairs from moles can also be treated and once the hair is removed the mole may reduce in size. Moles are often a brownish colour, although can be darker or sin coloured. They can be flat or raised, usually circular or oval with a smooth edge.

warts

There are many types of warts; plane, common and verrucas, which can develop as individuals or as clusters and all are highly contagious. They can all be successfully treated with electrolysis.
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seborrhoeic wart / keratosis

These are also part of the wart family although not contagious, mainly found on the head, face or torso. Associated with ageing, mature skin and sun damage, but can also have genetic links. They can grow up to 2 inches and are often dry and crusty, considering them cosmetically unattractive.
close up picture of seborrhoeic wart on shoulder
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