Skin Tag and Seborrhoeic Keratoses

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Skin tags can cause annoyance and pain

Skin tags are a very common problem, they are harmless small growths on the skin. They tend to occur on or around the eyelids, neck, underarms, and groin and breast folds.

If your skin tag is causing you annoyance or embarrassment we can remove them.

With plasma technology removing skin tags is very easy and painless. Contrary to popular belief, removing skin tags will not cause more to grow!

Seborrhoeic Keratoses

Seborrhoeic Keratoses are noncancerous skin growths, ranging from light brown to black in colour. They have an elevated and patchy appearance. They are not dangerous, but can cause embarrassment due to their unsightly appearance.

A Seborrhoeic Keratosis can be removed quickly and efficiently with the use of Plasma, however, a Doctor’s note must be provided before treatment can commence.

Patient results and treatment experiences may vary.

Results immediately after one session using Plasma Pro

1. Treatment information

Skin tag and seborrhoeic keratosis removal generally takes one 30 minute session.

2. Downtime

There will be some redness and possibly swelling in the area of removal. There will also be micro crusts where the skin tag or seborrhoeic keratosis was attached to the skin, this will usually flake off within a week.

3. Suitability

You must use SPF in the sun for 6 weeks before and after each treatment.

Treatment is not suitable for clients who

  • are pregnant or breast feeding
  • have a pacemaker
  • suffer from keloid scarring
  • have had any previous instances of hyper or hypo pigmentation
  • suffer with skin diseases or disorders
  • suffer with active herpes
  • have tattoos in the area
  • have cancer
  • have pre-existing health conditions. These must be signed off by your Doctor before commencing treatment

4. Cost of the treatment

Skin tag removal

from £75

Seborrhoeic keratosis removal

from £100

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