Mole Removal (Doctors note required) (15 min) - £40.00
Moles can be found all over the body. They are small lesions on the skin that are normally brown or darker. They are actually a collection of cells called melanocytes, which produce the colour or pigment in the skin. Moles can change in number and appearance. Hormonal changes, for example during pregnancy, a mole can become slightly darker in appearance.
With electrolysis the mole is removed with a tiny probe which is inserted in to the mole and sends an electrical current (High Frequency A/C) into the growth.
The mole is not actually removed with electrolysis, but the appearance is reduced. With the first treatment, the size of the mole is reduced while a second treatment gets it down to skin level, flat to the skin.
The colour of the mole may not reduce it cannot be guaranteed that the colour of the area will exactly match the rest of the skin. But because the mole has been reduced, the area will be much lighter than it was. With this treatment there is little or no risk of scarring. It is important to remember that sometimes 2 or 3 treatments are needed, especially for larger moles.