Our technicians use a safe a non-invasive treatment that permanently removes unsightly skin growths from your face and body in just one session.
All treatments are performed using the strictest sanitary procedures. The treatment involves a cauterization machine that has been successfully used for over 30 years by skin care professionals to remove all types of common surface skin growths.
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In addition to the irregularity removal fee a charge of $50 applies for all first time visits. This cost covers new needles and other supplies to treat the client.
For areas with numerous irregularities, a charge of $10 per minute applies instead of the per irregularity charge above.
Skin tags are very common, small, soft, harmless skin irregularities or growths that almost everyone will experience at some point in their life. They’re not dangerous, but they can be very annoying, especially given that the most common places people get skin tags are the eyelids, neck, armpits, groins, and chest.
Milia are small white bumps that usually appear on the nose or cheek. They are harmless and will often go away on their own, but sometimes milia can become irritated or infected and require medical intervention. This is called milia en plaque or eruptive milia.
Cherry angiomas get their name from the broken blood vessels inside the growth. Like most skin irregularities, they are harmless but can be unsightly and annoying. They often appear in people 30 years and older. They are not a cause for concern unless they bleed, or change size or shape or colour.
Keratosis is the most common form of non-cancerous skin growths in adults. The growths usually appear as black, brown, or light tan spots on the face, back, or chest and can have a waxy or scaly texture to them. They are painless, but can become irritated if they rub against clothing or if you pick or scratch at them.
Most commonly found on the cheeks and nose area, these appear as small red/pink threads under the skins surface. Broken capillaries occur when the capillary walls narrow and widen too quickly causing the muscles in the walls to tear. This in turn allows the blood to seep out resulting in broken capillaries.