treat age spots, acne, telangiectasia, cherry angioma, keratosis, fibromas, skin tags, hyperpigmentation, milia, sebaceous hyperplasia and more!
this direct high frequency technology is an affordable, non-laser treatment for minor skin irregularities. the teatments are quick and work with the epidermis only. this ensures no additional damage to the underlying pigment in the dermis or other issues that can come from cryotherapy, lasers and other techniques. and it is the fractioin of the cost compared to a dermatologist! a small probe, that barely touches the skin, is used to virtually vaporize and dehydrate the affected area, thus crates a small crust that heals and flakes off in about 5 to 15 days. once a skin concern is treated, it does not return, however, this does not prevent other skin issues in different areas from occurring. there is no down time post-treatment but all things need time to heal.
2019 Dermascope award winner! also, on a scale from 1-10, guests describe the pain as a 1-3.
have brown spots? age spots? sun spots? liver spots? come in for your free consultation to have them treated!
milia are small, white bumps that can appear anywhere on the skin, but mostly, around the eye area. they are caused from keratin being trapped under the skin. unlike your traditional pimple, or "white head", which contains pus that you can extract somewhat easily, milia are not a sign of clogged pores or even clogged pores at all!
this is a very common skin growth that has a short and narrow "stalk" that grows from the skin. a lot of dermatologists turn to cryotherapy or other methods to remove these which are very painful and can also lead to hyperpigmentation. with the electrodessication method, they are dehydrated. using this method there is no risk of major darkening of the skin or going "too deep" under the tissue.
these are the dreaded, small dilated blood vessels on the skin or mucous membranes, anywhere on the body. telangiectasia is extremely common and can be mostly found on the nose and cheek area and also the legs.
dermatosis papulose nigra, or dpn, is a condition that generally affects darker skin. it is a condition of many small, benign skin lesions on the skin (mainly the face), resembling seborrheic keratosis. dpn is extremely common, affecting up to 30% of darker skinned individuals in the US. the cause is unknown, but the treatment? it's right here...
also called "red moles", these are very common, benign, growths that can develop anywhere on the skin. ranging in size from a pin head to a dime size (sometimes larger) we can literally watch these clusters of blood vessels disappear before our eyes!
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