Milia & Lesion removal
Many of us experience some form of skin tags or lesions on our face and body that can affect our confidence. London Real Skin has become one of the most sought-after clinics for effective and safe skin tag, milia and lesion removal treatment.
We have a trained Specialist Aesthetic Practitioner who specifically treats gential lesions including skin tags and warts, with effective results and attentive aftercare.
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skin tag, lesion and milia removal
Skin tag removals is carried out with Sterex ACP (Advanced Cosmetic Procedure) Electrolysis, which uses short wave diathermy or a blend of AC and DC current to quickly and efficiently remove skin tag removals, milia and other skin lesions.
Sterex electrolysis (Sterex ACP) is effective for the following skin conditions:
- Spider Naevi
- Thread Veins
- Skin Tag Removal
- Blood Spots
- Papulosa Nigra
- Sebaceous Hyperplasia
- Seborrhoeic Keratoses
- Pearly penile papules
- Male & female genital lesions (warts, skin tags)
It may be necessary in some instances to have a consultation with a Dermatologist prior to treatment. You Aesthetic Practitioner will be able to advise accordingly.
What are the benefits of Sterex ACP?
- ACP treats many different skin conditions and is suitable for all skin types.
- Working alongside Dr Wade and consultant Dermatologists at London Skin and Hair Clinic makes it easier to refer you to a Dermatologist to have the all-clear prior to treatment, should that be necessary. This will all be discussed with you in your complimentary skin analysis.
- Treatment is simple and quick with minimal scarring and downtime.
- One treatment is usually sufficient in achieving long lasting results.
- Treatment is carried out by highly skilled and experienced Aesthetic Practitioners.
Before & After
Frequently Asked Questions
During your consultation our experienced Aesthetic Practitioner will assess your suitability for treatment. The Practitioner will advise on the number of treatments and duration between treatments.
A test patch is not always necessary prior to treatment.
If a topical anaesthetic is necessary you will be asked to attend 45 minutes prior to your appointment to have this applied.
During treatment the tip of a fine small probe (about the size of an eyelash) is used to discharge a tiny electrical current. This destroys the lesion or blemish which often disappears as it is being treated.
For some skin conditions only one treatment is necessary, however further treatments may be necessary depending on the severity of the skin concern.
- Gently cleanse the area and pat dry with a clean towel or tissue unless instructed to keep dressings on
- Avoid sunbathing or any other heat treatments, including sun bed, sauna and steam
- Avoid hot baths or showers
- Avoid swimming until treated area has healed
- Avoid using your usual make up during the healing process
- Avoid applying soap or perfumed products to the treated area
- Avoid wearing tight or restrictive clothing over treated body areas
- Avoid touching the treated area and do not pick any scabs that may form
- Avoid using any glycolic and retinoids for at least 1 week post treatment
- Patients with a heart pacemaker fitted
- Pregnant or breast-feeding patients
- Patients suffering with low blood pressure, asthma or respiratory disorders, diabetic, auto-immune conditions, active herpes simplex virus
- Redness of the skin
- Localized histamine reaction (swelling of the surrounding tissue)
- Inflammation of the skin