Moles & Growth Removed By ACP
Advanced Cosmetic Procedures is a new name for ‘Advanced Electrolysis’ plus all the new additional techniques which have now been developed. This specialist treatment uses Short Wave Diathermy to treat unwanted skin blemishes with no mark left on the skin.
Advanced Cosmetic Procedures was defined to avoid any confusion in thinking that “Advanced Electrolysis” was simply an advanced form of hair removal. The term, Advanced Cosmetic Procedures (ACP), encompassed far more effectively, the wide variety of treatable skin conditions.
Treatable skin conditions include:
- Campbell de Morgans
- Spider Naevi
- Minor telangiectasia on the legs
- Skin tags
- All types of warts including common, seborrhoeic, plantar (verruca)
- Hairs from moles and moles themselves
- Age spots
- Dermatosis papulosa nigra
- Small sebaceous cysts
- Sebaceous hyperplasia
- Sebaceous naevi
- Molluscum contagiosum
...and the list gets longer and longer as more research and development is carried out.
Thermolysis/Diathermy/Short Wave Electrolysis
The thermolysis method, also known as diathermy or short wave, works by using an Alternating Current (AC) of electricity. This electricity causes the water molecules in the skin around the needle to vibrate, which creates heat. If enough heat is produced, it can damage the cells that it is targeting
REMOVAL WITH CRYOPEN
The area treated is frozen by cryotherapy. This kills the localised cells in the area which cause them to shrivel and die. The treated area may go darker over a few weeks, but will return to normal pigmented skin in about 6 weeks.