Advanced electrolysis successfully treats many skin imperfections including Telangiectasia, (thread veins) Campbell de Morgans (Cherry Spots), Spider Naevi, Skin Tags and Milia to name just a few of the 20+ blemishes that can be effectively and successfully treated with electrolysis.
In 1875 the very first treatment using electrolysis was recorded in the medical publication ‘The Lancet’ for the treatment of trichiasis (in-growing and distortions of the eyelashes). Since then, further developments have established its position as a successful and popular treatment for the permanent hair removal. Advanced electrolysis techniques were then developed for the treatment of minor skin conditions and imperfections such as thread vein removal.
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