Red Vein Removal

Different ways are employed in the advanced electrolysis treatments for facial & red thread veins. It is interesting to note about the various causes for facial thread veins. Some of these causes include hereditary, hormones, pregnancy, smoking, exposure of the body to varied temperatures, especially to harsh weather and the like. Aging also prompts facial thread veins. People tend to develop facial thread veins as veins begin to lose their elasticity and become dilated. In fact they appear as permanently dilated capillaries. A pre-sterilized disposable needle is connected to electric current and the blemish or the spot is removed by releasing the amount of current that is needed, usually in small amounts. The various ways employed in the advanced electrolysis treatment.

Skin tags

Skin tags can be a major cause of stress, anxiety and embarrassment amongst men and women.

skin tag is a small piece of benign skin tissue that protrudes from the surface of the skin. The medical term for this type of skin growth is acrochordon. Skin tags are generally harmless, but some individuals are prone to developing a large number of these growths all over their body. Even though there is no harm in leaving skin tags in place, many individuals will search for skin tags removal methods to improve their appearance.

These pieces of tissue will protrude from the skin surface attached by a fleshy stalk. Other common names for skin tags are skin tabs or barnacles. These tags can vary in appearance but most are flesh colored, or they may be slightly brown.

An electric current is passed through the core of the skin tag which coteriesed the tag, and in 2-3 it will drop off. Least scaring procedure.

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Blood spots and removal

Blood Spots (also know as Campbell de Morgan spots) are bright red spots usually a couple of millimetres across although they may grow to being half a centimetre. They are usually very bright red and have a very clear margin. They should not be confused with thread veins or spider veins which have red streaky veins radiating away from them.

Blood spots are coils of abnormal blood vessels that come through the skin and are very close the surface hence their bright red colour. Blood Spots usually develop on the skin as one gets older. They become more common and larger as you get older. They are often found on the chest, abdomen or arms. They can also be found on the back or on the neck.

Blood Spots can be successfully removed, leaving a clearer, healthier looking skin. This treatment is suitable for men and woman on the face and on other body areas.

Are they dangerous?

They are not dangerous, they are purely a cosmetic problem. Removing these unsightly blemishes is safe and leaves no remaining trace.

The treatment will effectively remove the blood spots by coagulating the blood in the tiny vessels. The vessel then collapses and disappears. The treatment itself is a little uncomfortable but easily tolerated. There are minimal after effects, with a little heat and swelling in the surrounding area.


Seborriheic Warts

A seborrheic keratosis (also known as “Seborrheic verruca,” and “Senile wart”is a noncancerous benign skin growth that originates in keratinocytes. Like liver spots, seborrheic keratoses are seen more often as people age.
They appear in various colors, from light tan to black. They are round or oval, feel flat or slightly elevated (like the scab from a healing wound), and range in size from very small to more than 2.5 centimetres (1.0 in) across They can resemble warts though they have no viral origins.

Easily removed by advanced electrolysis though an electric current which is passed through the needle, depending on size of the wart a slight white mark may be left on the skin. Discuss with your therapist.

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