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Skin tags     |      Milia      |      Facial Thread Vein 

Blood Spots   

  Xanthelasma (yellow plaques around the eyes)

 Seborrheic Warts     |     Dermatosis Papulosis Nigra (soft black pigment spots)     

Cherry Angioma (blood spots)

examples of blemishes, that can be removed

Using thermos-coagulation and Thermolysis this advanced cosmetic procedure will effectively treat  and remove your blemishes giving you  back  smooth skin

The treatment uses a Short-Wave Diathermy electrical current (heat) which passes through a very tiny probe, allowing  fine ‘pin point’ accuracy. It then coagulates the tiny veins. It's safe, effective, comfortable and quick too


This non-surgical blemish removal can treat many skin conditions such as; Telangiectasia (thread veins), Spider Naevi, Skin Tags, Blood Spots, Cherry Angioma, Seborrhoeic Keratosis/Warts, Sebaceous Hyperplasia, Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra, Milia, Pigmentation (solar lentigo, brown marks) and Viral Warts 


It's normal for the treated area to feel sensitive, show some redness and possibly a little swelling for a few days post treatment. In some cases, a small blister may form

After a few days, these initial reactions will disappear but you will then usually experience localised drying and scabbing of the tissue as healing progresses. This is part of the healing process and is a normal reaction after the treatment of most conditions. It will disappear as new healthy skin replaces the old.

It is of course important you do not pick this tissue.



In some cases, treatment may leave slight pigmentation variation in the treatment area. This variation may be lighter or darker than the surrounding skin and can affect all skin types

Aftercare is simple and will be explained thoroughly

Skin tag removal


Skin Tags are small brown or flesh-coloured growths (usually a few millimeters to 5cm in size) that hang from the surface of your skin. They are made of loose collagen fibres and blood vessels surrounded by skin, and can look like warts or raised bumps. Although skin tags are common they are completely harmless, and they do not usually cause any pain or discomfort. However, they can snag on clothing or jewellery and bleed as a result, and can also lower your self esteem.



Milia (also known as Milk spots) are small white or yellowish raised cysts, bumps or spots on the skin. They are normally found around the eye area and cheeks, but can appear anywhere on the face or body. Unlike a pimple or spot,

Milia feel quite hard, almost like a small piece of grit under the skin, and do not have any redness or inflammation as you might expect with whiteheads or acne-related spots. It is very common to have several Milia appear in clusters on the skin around the eyes, but it is possible to have just one Milium at a time and they can occur on any part of the body, including the groin and genital area.

milia milk spots bumps on face
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