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Skin Tag & Mole Removal

This procedure doesn’t require any injectable anaesthetic

•No scalpels, no cutting and no ablation of the skin

•No stitches or suturing required

•Low-risk procedure (Not suitable for darker skin)

•Minimal side effects and very short downtime

•Quick & easy procedure

Skin Tag & Mole removal using the Fibroblast technique

 

When the plasma probe is balanced just above the skin (around 1mm) it will create a spark, like a lightening bolt as the plasma surrounding the skin reacts with the end of the plasma probe.

This then creates a spark which in effect burns the skin. Therefore when working on a mole or skin tag it will burn it off.

 

When treating raised moles or skin tags this will restrict the blood flow & it will then drop off.

Flat moles or sunspots can be burned over and instantly removed with a cotton pad. Once the scab has healed it will reveal fresh skin.

WHAT AREAS CAN BE TREATED?

 

•Moles (must have a letter from GP)

•Skin Tags

•Age spots Sun spots

•Melasma

•Chloasma

•Freckles

Side Effect/Downtime

•There will be an appearance more typical of a burn for removals, such as moles, sunspots etc. •Swelling of the skin tag before it drops off

•Some molesorskintagscan need up to 3 treatments

•The area will often be red and warm immediately after the procedure and can be quite tender for a few days.

•Clients may experience a tingling or burning sensation.

•Crusting or a scab can develop and it is important to keep this clean, dry and protected from intense sunlight and other sources of UV light to prevent uneven pigmentation as the treated area recovers.

AFTERCARE TREATMENT

 

•Be careful of the area not to knock it off prematurely as it can scar

•Do not pick scabs and keep as dry as possible.

•Wear SPF when going outside

•No swimming, saunas, steam or gym/heavy exercise until the scabs have formed

•Ensure use of clean pillowcases/bedding directly after treatment and ensure they do not keep touching the area to prevent infection from occurring.

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