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Advanced Electrolysis

what is Advanced Electrolysis?

Advanced electrolysis, also known as advanced cosmetic electrolysis or advanced electroepilation, is a specialized cosmetic procedure that uses electrical currents to treat various skin conditions, such as unwanted hair growth, skin tags, milia, spider veins, and other benign skin lesions. It is typically performed by a qualified electrologist or aesthetician who has received advanced training in electrolysis techniques.

Advanced electrolysis uses a small, fine probe or needle that is inserted into the skin to deliver electrical energy to the targeted area. The electrical energy is used to destroy or remove the unwanted skin growths, such as hair follicles, blood vessels, or other benign lesions. The procedure is usually performed on small areas of the face or body and can be used on most skin types.

Advanced electrolysis is considered a safe and effective method for treating various cosmetic skin concerns. It is a precise procedure that requires skill and experience to perform correctly. The treatment is typically well-tolerated, although some patients may experience mild discomfort during the procedure.

After advanced electrolysis, proper aftercare is important, which may include keeping the treated area clean, avoiding exposure to sunlight or harsh chemicals, and following any post-treatment instructions provided by the healthcare professional to optimize healing and minimize the risk of complications.

What Advanced Electrolysis Treatment Do We Offer?

CPL treatment before and after
  • Removal of skin tags
  •  Seborrheic keratosis
  • Sebaceous hyperplasia
  •  Thread veins
  • Blood spots
  • Spider naevi 
  • Milia

our electrolysis treatments are performed by trained specialists

How Does Advanced Electrolysis Work?

Advanced electrolysis is a cosmetic procedure that uses electrical currents to treat various skin conditions, such as unwanted hair growth, skin tags, milia, spider veins, and other benign skin lesions. Here’s a general overview of how advanced electrolysis works:

The process typically starts with a consultation with a qualified electrologist or aesthetician. During the consultation, the healthcare professional will assess your skin condition, discuss your concerns, and determine if you are a suitable candidate for advanced electrolysis.

Before the procedure, the treatment area is cleaned and sterilized. If necessary, a local anesthetic cream may be applied to numb the area, although advanced electrolysis is generally well-tolerated and usually does not require anesthesia.

A small, fine probe or needle is inserted into the skin, targeting the unwanted skin growth or lesion. The probe or needle is typically made of a specialized metal that conducts electrical energy.

Once the probe or needle is in place, a controlled electrical current is applied to the targeted area. The electrical energy is used to destroy or remove the unwanted skin growth or lesion, depending on the specific condition being treated.

The electrical current may be used to coagulate blood vessels, cauterize the tissue, or otherwise destroy or remove the unwanted skin growth or lesion. The exact technique and settings used will depend on the type and location of the skin condition being treated.

After the procedure, the healthcare professional may apply a soothing cream or other post-treatment products to help optimize healing and reduce discomfort. Patients are typically provided with post-treatment instructions, such as avoiding exposure to sunlight or harsh chemicals, keeping the treated area clean, and following any other specific aftercare recommendations.

Depending on the specific skin condition being treated, multiple sessions of advanced electrolysis may be needed to achieve the desired results. The number of treatments required will vary depending on factors such as the size, location, and depth of the skin condition, as well as individual response to the treatment.

Longevity

Advanced Electrolysis results tend to last forever depending on the skin blemish but we aim for one session.

Side Effects

Following the procedure, there may be some slight tenderness and redness, however these symptoms will dissipate quickly. 

Aftercare

We recommend that any vigorous activity or exercise is avoided for the first 24-48 hours following the procedure. It is also advised to not touch the area treated after your appointment and to hold of applying makeup on the area 24 hours post procedure. Also avoid extensive amounts of sun or heat for 72 hours.

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01844 335110 | info@thecosmeticcentre.co.uk

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