Are they safe to remove?
Full body skin assessment by your dermatologist is most strongly recommended. Most generally any spots of no concern are treatable.
In most cases, skin growths are non-cancerous and can be safely removed. The treatment is performed by a professional, certified technician who has been trained to identify the different types of skin growths appropriate for treatment. All treatments are performed using the strictest sanitary procedures.
This procedure dehydrates the spots and they just fall right off.
Safe, Non invasive, Effective, Immediate and Permanent treatment
Age spots are also known as sun spots, liver spots, lentigos, or lentigines. These lesions are flat, tan, brown, or dark brown spots on sun-exposed skin. As people age, sun spots most commonly appear on the backs of the hands, the forearms, neck, chest, and face.
Milia are small, white (or sometimes pale yellow) spots that usually appear around the eyes, on the cheeks and on the eyelids.
Broken capillaries are commonly found on the cheeks or nose area these appear as small red / pink threads under the skins surface
Cherry Angioma (Red and Flat Moles) are sometimes referred to as a cherry spot or ruby point, these can have the appearance of a red spot on the surface of the skin. They can be easily removed in just a few seconds. Cherry angiomas can occur almost anywhere on the skin, mainly found on the torso of the body. They are made up of clusters of dilated capillaries on the surface of the skin.
Cholesterol Depositsare sebum buildups inside a pore appearing in a donut shape.
Fibromas are small benign tumors that are composed of fibrous or connective tissue.
Keratosis is a condition of thick, scaly, or crusty patches of skin. It is more common in fair-skinned people. It is associated with those who are frequently exposed to the sun, as it is usually accompanied by solar damage.
Skin Tags are flesh colored small “tags” of skin that frequently appear around the neck, waist, or in the armpits. They can occur anywhere on the body and are benign growths (they do not become cancerous). Sometimes these tags can catch on clothing and become irritated (red and sore). We often remove skin tags using a Superfrecator.
Warts are generally a small, rough spot, typically on hands and feet but often other locations, that can resemble a cauliflower.
• Age Spots and Sun Spots
• Milia - Facial Spider Veins
• Broken Capillaries
• Cherry Angiomas (Red and Flat Moles)
• Cholesterol Deposits - Seborrheic Keratoses
• Permanent Make-up & Skin Tags