Advanced Electrolysis

Banish unwanted skin blemishes

Advanced Electrolysis is a treatment used with a very small needle to banish a range of blemishes such as thread veins, blood spots, spider naevi, skin tags, mila and warts.

How long do Advanced Electrolysis results last?

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

How does Advanced Electrolysis work?

Advanced electrolysis is also known as Advanced Cosmetic Procedures and uses a tiny, sterile needle and a very small current of energy to effectively and permanently remove any of the above skin blemishes. 

Are there any side effect with Advanced Electrolysis?

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

What Advanced Electrolysis treatment do we offer?

Removal of skin tags

 Seborrheic keratosis

Sebaceous hyperplasia

 Thread veins

Blood spots

Spider naevi 

Milia

What is the aftercare for Advanced Electrolysis ?

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.

How much is Advanced Electrolysis?

Advanced Electrolysis starts from £150. 

Speak to us today about your Advanced Electrolysis treatment:

Speak to our friendly and knowledgeable team today.

Call 01844 335110

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