Milia are tiny, hard, white, circular, minor protrusions containing keratin, which lie superficially under the surface of the skin.
The size and appearance of unsightly moles can be visibly reduced and improved using Advanced Electrolysis techniques.
Age Spots, sometimes called liver spots, are a change of skin pigmentation associated with ageing.
Fibro epithelial polyps or papillomas are commonly known as skin tags and are most frequently found on the face and neck. They appear with a neck like a mushroom and vary in size from a tiny speck, to the size of a pea and larger.
Thread veins are extremely common mostly affect the face, body and legs and are sometimes considered unsightly and embarrassing.
Verruca Plantaris affects the soles of the feet (usually the ball of the foot) and they become flattened by the pressure of the body.
Cherry Angiomas are bright red vascular blemishes which lie just under the surface of the skin and can develop on most areas of your body.
A Sebaceous Cyst is a retention of sebum contained in a sebaceous sac under the skin that is blocked by an overgrowth of the surface epidermis.
Syringoma are benign, non-contagious, flesh-coloured or yellowish elevations of the skin.
Xanthelasma are deposits of fatty materials under the surface of the skin and can appear anywhere on the body.
Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra is a common, non-contagious disorder which develops during adolescence on Afro-Caribbean skin.
Lesions may be single or multiple. They are seen in areas where many oil glands are found.
Shown above are some of the conditions for which, over the years, we have developed effective and proven cosmetic procedures which are safely & effectively carried out . Please note every Advanced Cosmetic Procedure carries a minor risk and no guarantee can be made regarding treatment success.
To see more information on each condition, and the treatment(s) we recommend, just click on the picture.
The conditions shown above are not all those that we can treat - below you will find a list of other problem areas for which we have effective treatments. Click on the condition that is relevant to you to find out more information.