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Monthly Archives: April 2015

  • Thread Vein Removal - What Are Thread Veins And How Can Electrolysis Help?

    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.

    Those who are trained in electrolysis hair removal can Continue reading

  • Difference Between Skin Tag & Wart - How Do You Get Rid of Them?

    Both warts and skin tags are minor blemishes that appear on the skin and both conditions can be effectively treated using electrolysis. Electrolysis is a quick, easy, safe and effective way of treating many skin conditions and has a proven record with warts and skin tag removal. Strictly speaking it is thermolysis or short wave diathermy which is used for their treatment.  This is Radio Frequency which is also used for electrolysis permanent hair removal.  Using electrolysis or thermolysis/short wave diathermy for treatment of warts and tags cauterises them from the skin which then heals very quickly leaving no mark on the skin.

    There are many different types of wart:

    1. Planter Warts which are usually called Verrucas and are contagious
    2. Plane warts which are small viral warts
    3. Filiform warts which are contagious and have finger like projections that stick up from the skin Continue reading

  • Wart And Verrucas - What Are They And How To Get Rid of Them?

    There are various types of warts that appear in different areas of the human body, for example: plane, filiform, raised, genital, seborrhoeic warts and verrucas. Most verrucas appear as small irritations on the foot and seem dry and crusty.  They can present anywhere on and around the foot including the base, the toes and even between the toes.  They vary in size considerably with some presenting as small 1 or 2 mm and others being multiple covering sometimes even up to half the foot.   They can be itchy and irritating and are often very sore and painful.  For some sufferers it can even prove difficult to walk.  Verrucas are in addition considered ugly and carry a stigma for many women in particular.  It is for these very reasons that they are unwanted and people will go to many lengths to get rid of them.

    There are many wart removal methods intended for verrucas removal, some of which are old wives tales and some which are dangerous and some which, even though purchased in goodwill through chemists and chain stores, are ineffective at curing the problem. Duck tape, mastic tape, banana skin application, various verruca and wart removal treatments such as cryogenic treatment, laser wart removal Continue reading

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