Treatments for Minor Skin Blemishes Using Advanced Electrolysis
It is well known that electrolysis is the only permanent solution to unwanted hair. But did you know that there are many types of skin blemishes that can be safely and effectively treated using electrolysis too? At Barton’s we apply Advanced Electrolysis techniques using our Sterex Blend machine to remove unwanted skin blemishes with little or no mark left on the skin at all. Treatable conditions include:
- Vascular blemishes such as Telangiectasia (dilated capillaries/thread veins), Campbell de Morgans (Cherry Angioma or Blood Spots) and Spider Naevi (dilated blood vessels) – These can be caused by sun and UV damage; ageing, exposure to harsh weather; pregnancy and hormonal influences; medications; hot, spicy foods; physical trauma; and lifestyle or hereditary factors.
- Skin tags ((Fibroepithelial polyp/papilloma) – These can range in size from the barely noticeable to the size of a pea (sometimes much larger). Certain individuals are prone to them. They’re very common, irritating growths of epidermal tissue that are usually found in areas of friction such as around the neck, under the arms, under the breast or in the groin area.
- Milia – These are hard white bumps that lie just under the surface of the skin. Their cause is unknown but they are often related to a high cholesterol diet, dry/dehydrated skin; excessive intake of vitamin C; the use of overly rich or acidic skin products; and inherited, genetic influences.
- Hairs from moles – These are are generally deep terminal hairs with a very rich blood and nerve supply to them, which are easily treated with advanced electrolysis techniques. Once treatment has started, it is very common for the mole itself to reduce in size and colour.
- Pre-treatment consultation – Free of charge
- 15 minute treatment – £40.00
- 30 minute treatment – £60.00