If your skin condition or blemish is not listed below it is still worth your while booking in for an Advanced Electrolysis Procedure Consultation as it is very successful in treating many other conditions not listed here
Bright red, superficial vascular blemishes. These are often dome-shaped or slightly raised and are frequently found on the midriff. Most people aged over 30 have at least one and they are often more common in men than women.
Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra
This is a common popular disorder which develops in adolescence on black skin and is identified by smooth, dome-shaped, brown to black papules seen mainly on the cheeks, necks and upper chest.
Hairs In Moles
Hairs in moles can also be treated and once treatment has started the mole may even reduce in size and colour. These hairs are generally very deep terminal hairs with a rich blood supply which require repeat treatments.
These are tiny, white, hard, round spots containing keratin which lie superficially under the surface of the skin. Their cause is unknown although they are often associated with dry, dehydrated skin.
Moles respond extremely well to ACP. Treatment is very effective in visibly reducing the appearance of the mole if pigmented, often lightening it too.
Although these are classified as part of the wart family they are not contagious, they are very common on the head and the body.
Associated mainly with increasing age, mature skins and sun damage. They also have genetic links. Growing up to two inches wide, they are often dry, crusty and considered cosmetically unattractive.
Skin tags are often found in areas of friction such as the underarm, groin, under the breasts or around the neck where necklaces and collars irritate. They often appear with a stalk like a mushroom and vary in size from a tiny speck, smaller than a grain of uncooked rice, to the size of a large pea or even larger.
A Spider Naevus consists of a central dilated blood vessel, with smaller capillaries radiating from it like legs of a spider. They can be found in isolation or gathered together in clumps on areas such as cheeks.
These are permanently dilated capillaries. They have very thin walls which constantly dilate and constrict. As we age, these vessels lose their elasticity and can become permanently dilated.
There are numerous causes including ageing, sun damage, hereditary, pregnancy, trauma (e.g. the rubbing of spectacles, injury), exposure to harsh weather, hormonal changes and skin fragility are also common causes.
There are various types of warts including plane, common, filiform and verrucas and all can be easily and successfully treated using electrolysis. These types of warts can develop individually or in clusters and are highly contagious.