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Electrolysis Advanced Cosmetic Procedures Worthing

Electrolysis has been recognised and highly respected for many years for its permanent hair removal benefits. Now, its popularity is spreading as its amazing versatility is becoming recognised.
Using electrolysis, many different skin blemishes such as …
Facial thread veins / Broken capillaries – Small broken capillaries often found around the nose and the cheek area. Numerous causes including sun damage, smoking, alcohol, hereditary, hay fever sufferer or the wearing of spectacles.

Treatments start at £20
( a free consultation can always be arranged)

Electrolysis blood-spot treatment worthing

Electrolysis treatment for Blood Spots

Blood spots are medically known as Purpura. Bright red vascular blemishes which lay just under the surface of the skin most commonly found on the torso and often appear with age.

Blood spots are actually tiny skin hemorrhages that occur when small blood vessels burst causing blood to pool under the skin. They can vary in size too. Purpura or blood spots are generally benign, but may occasionally indicate a more serious medical condition, such as a blood clotting disorder.

Blood spots can be easily removed with Advanced Electrolysis and is a relatively quick procedure. The results is skin which looks clearer and healthier without any of the blemishes.

Electrolysis Treatment for Skin Tags

Skin tags can be quite often be very irritating. They get cut by razors when shaving, caught on jewellery, and often pinched by your waistband or underwear. If you have large skin tags on your eyes, it can be all the more embarrassing. Visit Tracy for a consultation on the removal of skin tags in her Worthing based practice..

Electrolysis offers a highly effective solution for removing skin tags. It is a very affordable treatment to remove skin tags from your body and face. The results are highly effective and always permanent.

Skin tags are extremely common. Some people are more susceptible to developing skin tags than others. Medical experts believe genetics play a large role in skin tags. Skin tags are also common amongst obese people and pregnant women.

You will find lots of home remedies for removing skin tags. Some are more painful than others while some are ineffective, some may take a lot of time to take effect and other treatments may cause side effects.

Electrolysis for skin tag removal is a painless procedure. You don’t need any anesthesia for removing most skin tags. Tracy might apply a topical cream before removing larger tags.

Its is possible to see some immediate discoloration. Don’t worry, it’s only temporary. Other than that, there’s no permanent scarring with electrolysis treatment for skin tags.

Electrolysis Treatments for Skin Tags Worthing
advanced-electrolysis-Thred Vein Removal

Electrolysis Treatment for Thread Veins

Advanced electrolysis successfully treats many skin imperfections including Telangiectasia, (thread veins) blemishes that can be effectively and successfully treated with electrolysis.

Thread veins, are permanently dilated capillaries, and not ‘broken capillaries’, as many people tend to call them. The very thin walls of the fine facial capillaries dilate and constrict constantly throughout to regulate the body’s temperature. As we age, they lose their elasticity and the ability to constrict, becoming permanently dilated and visible through the skin.

Electrolysis for thread vein removal is a specialised treatment using an electrical current and just the very tip of the finest, smallest needle possible to remove unwanted skin blemishes with no mark left on the skin.

Electrolysis Treatment for Milia

Milia can occur at any age, and can affect both men and women. In fact, some men find themselves developing milia due to skipping exfoliating and cleansing in their skincare regime, and this can lead to the build-up of oil that becomes trapped, forming milia. Some people attempt to remove milia themselves at home, using pins or needles, which risks scarring and infection.

No one can confirm a specific cause of milia in adults. Unlike some skin conditions, they don’t seem to be related to diet, lifestyle or health issues. However, milia can be caused by oily make-up removal products and make-up removal wipes. These oily products create a sandwich of oil beneath and on top of the skin. Men can sometimes worsen their milia by using heavy, high-street products, such as oily moisturisers after shaving.

We use Advanced Electrolysis, a heated micro-needle treatment, to pierce your milia and remove the oil trapped under your skin. The treatment feels like a hot needle flick, which means it can be quite sensitive around the eyes. Some clients feel nothing at all, whereas others feel the flicking sensation.

Advanced electrolysis is a very effective treatment for this skin concern, as, once treated, your milia should not return.

Electrolysis treatment for Milia
Electrolysis Treatment for Warts Worthing

Electrolysis Treatment for Warts

Everyone knows what a wart looks like… most of us have had at least one! In fact, warts are small growths caused by a virus (Human Papilloma).

Some frequently-seen types of wart which we can treat include Common Warts, Plane Warts and the very familiar verrucas. In general, warts can be spread by touch.

Seborrhoeic Keratosis is a less well-known type of wart which is the exception to the rule – it isn’t contagious. This type of wart is normally associated with ageing, although it can also be caused by genetics or too much exposure to the sun over a long period. Seborrhoeic Keratosis has a dry texture, is heavily pigmented and appears as though is has been ‘stuck on’ to the skin.

Common Warts tend to stand out from the skin. We normally see patients who have them on their hands although it’s not unusual to encounter them in other areas too. They are firm to the touch, tend to be itchy, and can easily spread from one person to another.

Plane Warts are caused by a virus and are always contagious. They stay flat to the skin, but can still cause distress and embarrassment as they are particularly likely to occur in highly-visible areas such as the back of wrists and hands or even on the face. They feel rough to the touch and can appear on their own or as part of a cluster.

It’s important that you should stop using any commercially available products to treat the warts two weeks before your treatment. This will prevent your skin from becoming over sensitive and reduce the risk of a reaction.

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