Advanced Electrolysis Procedures.

This a methodology used to treat various conditions. Some of the conditions treated are
1. Facial Thread veins are simply permanently dilated capillaries. Aging causes these vessels to lose their elasticity and have very thin vessel walls. The causes range from ageing, genetics, pregnancy, the rubbing of spectacles, smoking, exposure to weather extremes, hormones and skin fragility.

2. Skin tags are quite common in both sexes and are most commonly found in areas subject to friction like the underarms, under the breasts or around the neck other skin tags can be found around the face and neck. The are very variable in size and shape.

3. Blood spots are red vascular blemishes found under the surface of the skin, they are usually dome shaped  and are commonly found on the body the torso, especially the midriff and are more common in men than women.

4.Spider Naevus is a centrally dilated  blood vessel with tiny capillaries branching out like the legs of a spider. If in a clump they can be seen on the cheeks but can be found in isolation almost anywhere.

5. Milia are small white hard lumps made of Keratin, They lie superficially under the skin, though the cause is unknown they are often associated with dry skin. These lesions are easily treated with ACP.

6. Warts and there quite a range of them from plane to common, seborrhoeic and verrucas can all be treated very successfully with ACP.

7. Moles as well as the hairs emanating from the mole are all treatable. A GP's letter stating that it is OK for us to go ahead with the treatment without any chance of a malignant transformation. Usually the moles reduce in size after each treatment. The hairs from moles are very vascular and will need repeated treatment.

8. Sebaceous Cysts

9. Xanthelasma

10. Age spots

 

Before 

ADVANCED ELECTROLYSIS

After

ADVANCED ELECTROLYSIS

 

The before picture shows pigmentation and the after is immediately after removal using: ADVANCED ELECTROLYSIS.  The skin is pink after treatment and will scab over to heal.  Healing rate is different for each individual it can take 7 to 10 days to heal completely or a little longer on someone that is a slow healer.

 


 

4 weeks later

ADVANCED ELECTROLYSIS (1)

 


 

Before

 ADVANCED ELECTROLYSIS

After

ADVANCED ELECTROLYSIS (2)

These before and immediately after pictures show skin tag removal using:  ADVANCED ELECTROLYSIS.  The skin tags are removed and the skin is left a little red. The healing process takes between 7 to 10 days and a little longer on someone who is a slow healer.  The area is dry like a scab and will naturally slough off.

 


 

Before

ADVANCED ELECTROLYSIS (3)

After

ADVANCED ELECTROLYSIS (4)

 

These pictures are of Mole reduction treatment using:  ADVANCED ELECTROLYSIS.  The Mole is treated and reduced by ¾ and may need a second treatment.  The skin is pink and slightly swollen the Mole is dry and scab like this can take anything from a week to 4 weeks to heal.

 

4 weeks later

ADVANCED ELECTROLYSIS (5)

 


 

These pictures are of loose lax skin after pregnancy and have been treated with RF (Radio Frequency) skin tightening.  As you can see there is a tremendous difference just after one treatment.

Before

RF (Radio Frequency)

After

RF (Radio Frequency) (1)

 

 

Before

RF (Radio Frequency) (2)

After

RF (Radio Frequency) (3)

 

Before

RF (Radio Frequency) (4)

After

RF (Radio Frequency) (5)