Seborrhoeic Keratosis Removal with Advanced Cosmetic Procedures
Although these are classified as part of the wart family they are not contagious and very common on the head, face and body. It is also known as seborrhoeic warts, senile warts, Stucco Keratosis, barnacles or basal cell papilloma. Associated with increasing age, mature skin, sun damage they also have genetic links. They have a thick wart-like surface and are usually colourless when they appear and become brown to black over time. Seborrhoeic keratosis can be confused with other skin conditions, so it is advisable to seek a GP’s advice before visiting an electrologist.
Advanced Cosmetic Procedures (ACP) treatment using Electrolysis is a non-surgical treatment that is becoming increasingly popular as Electrolysis also known as Thermocoagulation/Diathermy is the least invasive, minimal and effective method of treatment for such a wide variety of blemishes.
Electrolysis is a safe choice. Your Electrolysis Specialist can remove any unsightly skin blemishes that may affected your confidence and wellbeing. Results are often instantaneous, pleasing and life enhancing.
As far back as the early 1900’s electrolysis was being used for the treatment of milia and other skin blemishes.
Today it has progressed a long way and with ongoing improvements and modern technology it is a safe, comfortable and effective treatment still very much in demand today.
How does it work?
A tiny, pre-sterilised probe is used to gentle remove the lesion. It is quick and not painful.
How many sessions?
Usually one, but for more stubborn conditions and if you have many, two – three sessions six weeks apart may be required
All Elmes Skincare Clinic treatments are for both women and men and are carried out by experienced, skilled experts with the highest hygiene standards.
Treatment 30 mins €90 | Treatment 1 hr €150
Zoom Consultation – Complimentary
*We recommend booking in for a Complimentary consultation prior to first treatment, we offer this in-clinic or Zoom
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