Genital Skin Tag
& Warts Removal

Our Specialist Aesthetic Practitioners offer same-day treatment for the removal of skin tags, warts and other lesions in the male and female genital and intimate areas.

We have treated thousands of delighted patients, who have praised the integrity of the clinic, the expertise of the practitioner and treatment results.

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Private Genital Skin Tag and Wart Removal at London real skin

Skin tags, genital warts, penile papules are more common than you might think and in most cases can be quickly and effectively removed using Sterex Advanceed Electrolysis (ACP) in only one or two minor, non-surgical treatments.

Our Specialist Practitioners hold advanced genital lesion removal clinics, which involve an extremely thorough complimentary consultation, treatment plan and enhanced aftercare with a free of charge follow-up review included in the cost of treatment.

With same-day treatment available, you can avoid lengthy NHS waiting lists and have your concerns treated in confidence. 

We are a CQC-regulated medical clinic and our practitioners are not only here to treat patients safely, but to put you at ease from the very moment you make an enquiry, through treatment and beyond. 

Genital lesion removal Treatment is effective for the following lesions: 

  • Anal skin tags
  • Penile skin tags
  • Vaginal skin tags
  • Pearly penile papules
  • Genital cherry angioma 
  • Genital warts
  • Genital skin flaps
  • Moles (with Dermatologist approval)
  • Other genital lesions

It may be necessary in some instances to have a consultation with a Dermatologist prior to treatment. Your Aesthetic Practitioner will be able to advise accordingly.

What are genital lesions?

Anal and peri-anal skin tags present as small, flesh-coloured growths of extra skin around the anus. They are usually harmless and are only problematic if they become irritated by tight clothing, if they grow in size, or if they cause worry and embarrassment. Skin tags are best treated by a medical professional and you should not attempt to treat them at home due to risk of harm or infection.

Anal skin tags must not be confused for haemorrhoids. Haemorrhoids usually cause functional issues, discomfort and bleeding. You should consult a Dermatologist, GP or a pharmacist if this is the case as you can be treated with over the counter topical creams. 

Like most skin tags, vaginal skin tags or skin flaps look like flesh-coloured extra skin attached to vulva, vagina and around the genital area. 

Luckily, vaginal skin tags are easily removed by experienced and knowledgable medical practitioners using Sterex Advanced Electrolysis with minimal discomfort.

Anyone can develop skin tags on the penis shaft and around the penis. Just like any other skin tags, they are generally harmless, however can become uncomfortable and irritated due to tight clothing such as gym clothing.

Even though penile skin tags are generally harmless, they can become unsightly and this is usually the reason patients opt for removal.

Sterex Advanced Electrolysis is a quick and effective treatment with minimal downtime. With such a precise treatment, our expert practitioners aim to achieve the best possible aesthetic outcome.

Genital warts are most commonly caused by the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and are easily transmitted via sexual contact. 

Genital warts look very similar to skin tags – flesh-like growths on the genitals, including the rectum, penis and vagina, which tend to spread.

Sterex Advanced Electrolysis is a precise lesion removal treatment, which is quick and causes minimal discomfort. Luckily genital warts can easily be removed in just one or two treatments depending on the severity.

Pearly penile papules usually appear as several small bumps, which can have a white pearl-like sheen, and are typically found on the shaft of the penis. It is thought that one in four men can develop papules in their lifetime.

Penile papules are not caused by an infection and are therefore not contagious and are usually harmless.

Patients tend to seek penile papule removal for cosmetic reasons.

A cherry angioma is a red or purple spot, which can develop anywhere on the body, including the genitals.

Cherry angiomas are made up of blood vessels and are early removed using Sterex Advanced Electrolysis.

What is involved in genital lesion removal?

At London Real Skin we offer a free of charge consultation, where your Specialist Aesthetic Practitioner will assess your area of concern and suitability for Sterex Advanced Electrolysis (ACP) lesion removal treatment. They will also discuss the likely outcome, cost and what to expect during and after treatment.

Your Practitioner will advise on the number of treatments and duration between treatments, as well as the necessary aftercare suitable to each individual.

Before treatment, a strong topical anaesthetic will be applied to minimise discomfort.

During treatment, the tip of a fine probe is used to discharge a small electrical current, which is used to tap the surface and/or around the lesion to destroy and then seal the area to protect from bacteria.

Post-treatment, you will be given aftercare instructions to follow and products to apply in order to ensure that your results are as effective as possible and to avoid complications.

You will be entitled to a free of charge follow-up review to assess healing and the success of the treatment, and to ensure no further treatment is necessary.

For some skin conditions only one treatment is necessary, however further treatments may be necessary depending on the severity of the skin concern. In some complex cases, you may need to be assessed by a Dermatologist before treatment.

Treatment at a Glance

Duration 
1 hour – 1 hour 30 mins

Frequency 
Typically one or two treatments

Downtime
Minimal

Skin Concerns Treated

  • Anal skin tags
  • Penile skin tags
  • Vaginal skin tags
  • Pearly penile papules
  • Genital warts
  • Genital skin flaps
  • Moles (with Dermatologist approval)
  • Penile cherry angioma
  • Other genital lesions

Pricing
Free consultation. Treatment prices start from £600. The price will vary based on the size or number of lesions and the area being treated.

What are the benefits of genital skin tag removal using sterex?

  • Sterex Advanced Electrolysis (ACP) is a precision treatment which allows for the neat and precise removal of skin tags and other lesions and growths on the skin

  • It is a non-surgical treatment, which means that it is less invasive than alternative methods of lesion removal and requires minimal down-time

  • Sterex ACP is less painful, more effective and has a longer term result than alternative skin tag removal treatments such as cryotherapy 

  • Treatment can be carried out the same day as an initial consultation

  • It is a relatively straight-forward treatment means that our expert practitioners aim to achieve the best possible results

Frequently Asked Questions

There are a few treatment options available to remove lesions from the skin. The safest way would be to consult a medical professional for treatment.

Sterex Electrolysis (a small probe, which omits an electrical current), is the most effective minimally-invasive, non-surgical treatment, which can often be carried out on the same day as your initial consultation. 

At London Real Skin we have Aesthetic Practitioners who specialise in lesion removal. This treatment is relatively straight-forward and holds an extremely high patient satisfaction rate.

There are a number of contributing factors, which may cause skin tags to appear, including: friction from tight clothing, excessive swearing and non-breathable fabrics, hormonal changes and poor personal hygiene.

It is completely normal to develop skin tags, and there are certainly safe and effective treatment options available a London Real Skin.

Genital lesions such as skin tags and warts, in most cases, are harmless. However, they can grow in size, and become irritating and painful.

Naturally, unwanted growths on the body can be embarrassing, which is the most common reason why patients seek treatment for removal. Unfortunately, since the NHS consider anal, vaginal and other genital skin tags as medically harmless, this service is rarely offered to NHS patients. Otherwise, there is a lengthy waiting list to be seen under NHS care.

Over half of the UK’s population will experience a skin growth in their lifetime. Skin tags and other lesions can present in all different areas of the body, including intimate genital areas such as the rectum, vulva, penis, groin and on the breasts.

Skin tags can be caused  in very normal circumstances – by wearing tight clothing often, through excessive sweating, friction from clothing and non-breathable fabrics. In some cases, skin tags can appear due to a lack or hygiene, due to hormonal changes, or even due to a high sugar diet.

Whatever the reason, medical practitioners are not only here to treat you in confidence, but to make you feel relaxed and comfortable in their care.

Genital skin tags and genital warts are two common skin conditions. They can be confused for one another because of where they develop and how they look.

Like skin tags, genital warts present as small, flesh-coloured growths on the skin. The main difference is that genital warts can be caused by HPV (Human Papillomavirus), which is a contagious sexually transmitted disease that can cause warts to develop on the anus, vagina and penis.

Skin tags are not contagious and develop for various reasons such as friction from non-breathable fabric, hormonal changes and excessive sweating. They are more likely to be found in the groin area and around the genitals in some cases.

Haemorrhoids are also known as piles, which are swollen veins that occur inside or outside the rectum or anus.

Sometimes haemorrhoids present without symptoms, however, it’s not uncommon for them to be painful, itchy and cause rectal bleeding.

Whereas, anal skin tags are a small growth of excess skin and would only usually become mildly uncomfortable from friction and tight clothing.

The most common way for haemorrhoids to be treated is either with over the counter topical ointment. Skin tags can only be removed using treatements such at Sterex Advanced Electrolyisis. 

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