Bristol Electrolysis




Advanced cosmetic procedures

Used as far back as the 1900’s electrolysis treatments for skin blemishes has been developed and has progressed a long way to treat blemishes safely and effectively.  

For the least invasive treatments of a wide variety of blemishes, results can be confidence boosting.


Thread Veins, Broken Veins, Red Veins, Spider Naevi/Telangiectasia

Permanently dilated capillaries – There are many causes from hereditary, harsh weather exposure, medications etc.  Electrolysis is used to dry up and destroy the vessels.  The amount of treatments required is dependent on the severity of the problem.

Blood Spots/Cherry Angiomas/Campbell de Morgans

They appear as bright red raised or dome shaped spots commonly found on the torso.  There is no known cause.  The spots come with age and are more common in men.  Electrolysis is used to dry up the blood supplying the spot.  More than one treatment may be needed.

Skin Tags

Resembling a small soft piece of skin, sometimes darker in colour, found in areas of friction like the neck, under arms, bikini line.  They are viral in nature but not infectious.  Electrolysis is used to cauterise the tag from the skin.

Milia

White hard tiny lumps under the skin.  They are commonly found around the eye area; made up of keratin and it is unknown what causes them.  Electrolysis is used to break down the keratin so the body can absorb it and remove it from the skin.

Warts

There are many types of warts; plain/common/filifrom and verrucas to name a few.  Electrolysis is used to remove the surface of the wart then targets the root.  More than one treatment is required and the amount of treatments is dependent on how rooted the wart is.

Seborrhoeic Keratosis

Has a rough, dry, crusty surface in a range of colours, commonly found on the trunk of the body but can appear on head and limbs.  It’s caused by ageing and sun damage.  Electrolysis is used to cauterise the wart from the skin.

Sebaceous Cysts

Sebaceous cysts are usually slow growing, painless, freely moveable lumps beneath the skin and they vary in size.  Occasionally a cyst can become inflamed and sore.  Electrolysis treatment is a safe, effective and affordable method to treat a manageable sized cyst.

Xanthelasma

Most commonly found on the eyelids showing as yellowy lumps or plates under the skin.  Xanthelasma has been connected with high cholesterol levels.  Electrolysis can visibly reduce the raised appearance although the colour remains unaffected.

Moles

Moles will need to be checked by a GP before treatment but electrolysis can reduce the size of the mole and any hairs in moles can be treated and permanently removed.

I can also treat:-

Age spots/Pigmentation marks

Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra

Molluscum Conagiosum

Sebaceous Hyperplasia

Sebaceous Naevi

 Syringoma


With all advance cosmetic procedures some scabbing may occur and can last between 3 to 7 days.  Good after care is required and will be given verbally and/or in writing and must be followed to achieve the best results with the shortest healing time