These are bright red vascular blemishes that lie just under the surface of the skin.
This is the central dilated blood vessel with smaller capillaries radiating from it like the legs of a spider.
They often appear with a neck like a mushroom and vary in size. They usually found in areas of friction such as the underarm, under breast and neck.
These are tiny white hard lumps containing keratin that lie superficially under the skin and can be treated easily with electrolysis.
Consultation and Patch Test £25
15 minutes £38
30 minutes £65
AFTER A TREATMENT, YOU MAY EXPERIENCE:
Redness, swelling and sensitivity of the skin in the area which has been treated up to 48 hours
The treated area and surrounding skin may feel hot for up to 48 hours
Pin dot crusting or small scabs may appear within the treated area
The skin may itch as the healing process takes place
Avoid: Touching the treated area and do not pick any scabs that may form
Avoid: Self/ fake tans, perfumes and perfumed body lotions as these can cause irritation to the skin
Avoid: Direct sunlight, or sunbed treatment. If you must go out in the sun, use a high protection factor sunscreen of at least SPF 30 to avoid hyperpigmentation, especially on yellow-based, Black and Asian skin types. Reapply in the middle of the day. UVA and UVB can cause pigmentation marks to appear on the treated area and wearing our SPF 30 will help to reduce this quicker, developing an even skin tone faster.
Avoid: Saunas, solaria, sunbeds, jacuzzis and steam treatments as these can also cause pigmentation to develop
Avoid: Hot baths, showers
Avoid: Applying make-up to the treated area.
Avoid: Applying soap or perfumed products to the treated area
Avoid: Activities for 48 hours that stimulate blood flow following treatment
Avoid: Wearing tight or restricted clothing over treated body areas
EXAMPLES OF PAST TREATMENTS
Advanced Electrolysis is an effective treatment for skin disorders and blemishes. This procedure is used for treating following skin conditions:
Veins have very thin walls which constantly dilate and constrict. As we age, these vessels lose their elasticity and can become permanently dilated.