• Advanced Electrolysis Skin Treatments


    • Milia ‘Milk Spots’ Removal
    • Facial red veins, Cherry spots and skin tags removal
    • Quick and convenient treatments
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Advanced electrolysis is a specialised technique we can use alone or in combination with skin peels, IPL and laser treatments to work towards a flawless complexion.

At DestinationSkin we can treat facial red veins, cherry spots, skin tags, seborrhoeic warts, Milia and Dermatosis Papulose Nigra with Advanced Electrolysis.

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    No of treatments
    up to 6
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    from £60
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    Recovery Time
    24 hours
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    Treatment Time
    15 - 45 mins

How does it work?PlusMinus

We use a small probe and use a heat current to coagulate the blood within the vessel. Often the results are instant, but sometimes more than one treatment is needed. This is the process used for red veins and cherry spots.

Skin tags appear due to friction and often are for use on the underarms, neck and chest. We use the same process to cut the blood supply to the excess skin.  The skin tag will darken and fall away from the skin without causing trauma to the surrounding area. The same process is done for Seborrheic warts and DPNs. Milia are small hard white bumps under the skin that form from excess minerals. A good skincare programme can help prevent these; however, to remove them we use a small probe and electrical current to melt the mineral.

Alternatives to this treatment would be to lance and extract them, but this causes more unnecessary damage to the skin. Nowadays, Advanced Electrolysis is the preferred method.

 

 

Will it work for my skin type?PlusMinus

We are able to treat all skin types using advanced electrolysis. The process involves a small probe (needle) and electrical current, as the probe is so precise it doesn’t interact with the surrounding skin and affect it in any way, therefore is ultimately safe to treat all types of skin.

What areas of my body can be treated?PlusMinus

Almost every area of the body can be treated with advanced electrolysis. The exception being very close to the eye area, or in very intimate areas.

What results can I expect?PlusMinus

For facial red veins, the capillaries may disappear or appear diffused after a few minutes.

The general area will flush red and can last for a couple of hours.

For cherry spots, we recommend one to three treatments, every four weeks.

For skin tags and Milia, you will need one or two treatments. Usually one is enough but sometimes you may need treatment again after four weeks if the skin tag or milia is very large. Often if you have one milia, you will have more, we can spread treatments across appointments to achieve the desired results on all of the affected areas.

Pre-treatment advicePlusMinus

Prior to your treatment ensure sun exposure is kept to a minimum and you advise your clinic if you have had recent sun exposure. Do not use any active skincare products, including retinol, glycolic, salycylic acid products for 1 – 2 weeks prior to the treatment. Do not have any facial treatments or skin peels, for 1 – 2 weeks before treatment.

Before and aftersPlusMinus

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PricingPlusMinus

 Get flawless skin with our coursesMaintain results
TreatmentsCourse of 3 Course of 6 Single Treatment
Advanced Electrolysis 15 mins£142.50
Save £37.50
£270
Save £90
£60
Advanced Electrolysis 30 mins£262.20
Save £52.80
£496.80
Save £133.20
£105
Advanced Electrolysis 45 mins£384.75
Save £80.25
£729
Save £201
£155

AftercarePlusMinus

When planning your appointment ensure you have no events where the area to be treated will be exposed for 1 – 2 weeks after treatment. We recommend that you use aloe vera or witchazel to help heal and hydrate the skin. SPF is also recommended, such as Heliocare, to protect the treated skin from UV rays.

Milia’s are often caused by excess mineral in your skincare regime. The practitioner can advise you on what products can be used to prevent further milia’s from occurring.

FAQsPlusMinus

Q: How many consultations roughly for two large facial areas?
A: We have 3 different methods of treating red veins on the face. They can all be charged by time and prices start from £60 for a 15 minute treatment.

Q: How long before you can wear foundation on your face?
A: We can apply mineral based foundation immediately after treatment which you may also purchase and you can then use the make up throughout the next few days..

Q: Is there any downtime?
A: Some clients will experience mild redness or swelling immediately following their advanced electrolysis, however your skin will return to normal the following day. Some light scabbing may appear.

Q: How should I prepare for this treatment?
A: You should also avoid sun exposure for 2 weeks before and after treatment.

Q: How often should I have the treatment?
A: Sometimes one session can reduce or remove your concern. However, sometimes 6 treatments is needed depending on the severity of your condition, and have a treatment once every 4 weeks.

Q: Does Electrolysis hurt?
A: Most clients describe it as a mild warming sensation. Our practitioners are highly skilled, and will adapt your treatment to suit each individual client.

Q: Results: what should be expected?
A: For Facial Red Veins, the capillaries may disappear or appear diffused after a few minutes. The general area will flush red which can last a couple of hours. For Cherry spots, we recommend 1 – 3 treatments, every 4 weeks. For skin tags and milia, it would be 1 – 2, and usually one is enough but sometimes you may need treatment again after 4 weeks.

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Last edited: 18/08/2017