Why Do You Get Skin Tags?

What are Skin Tags?

Skin tags are small, raised, skin coloured tags which hang off the skin, they can sometimes be mistaken for skin warts. Skin tags are very common and harmless.  They are usually a few milimeters in size, but can continue to grow if you leave them untreated.
The most common areas on the body where they can be found are; neck, armpits or under the breasts.

Why do Skin Tags occur?

Anyone can develop skin tags, they are extremely common in older people, and develop for no apparent reason.
They can also be caused where skin rubs against skin or against clothing.

How can Skin Tags be treated?

Skin tag removal is a simple procedure, using advanced electrolysis:

Advanced Electrolysis uses small current of electricity to cauterise the problem area on the skin. Advanced Electrolysis can remove blemishes such as red veins, milia (white spots) skin tags and blood spots on the skins surface without leaving a scar.
Advanced Electrolysis is suitable for all skin types.

It has great benefits for following concerns:

  • Milia
  • Skin tags
  • Red veins
  • Spider veins

It’s also an extremely safe treatment, with long lasting results.

Does the treatment hurt?

Removing skin tags via advanced electolysis is a quick, simple treatment.  The process uses a hot needle which cauterizes the skin, causing the skin tag to fall off.  There might be a mild form of discomfort with slight stinging but it’s a very quick treatment overall.

How quick is the treatment?

Depending on how many skin tags you’re looking to get removed we book sessions in 15 minute slots. if you have one skin tag it might be less than 15 minutes but if you have more we can book 30 or 45 minute sessions.

 

 

Advanced Electrolysis Price List

Advanced ElectrolysisPer TreatmentCourse of 3 - Save Up To 21%Course of 6 - Save Up To 25%
15 minute treatment£60£142.50£270
30 minute treatment£105£262.20£496.80
45 minute treatment£155£384.75£729

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