Skin tags are small flesh-coloured or brown growths that hang from the skin. Completely harmless, they are usually found on the neck, eyelids, armpits, groin or under the breasts. They tend to grow where skin rubs against itself or clothing, however they can be hereditary and are more common in diabetics and during pregnancy. To remove, the blood supply to the tag is cauterised, causing it to shrivel up and fall off after a few days.
Aftercare: Skin should be kept clean, dry and make-up free for 24 hours after treatment. Avoid sun exposure and heat, eg, steam, sauna or hot yoga, for 48 hours. Antiseptic cream to heal and soothe is recommended for two days after treatment.
Please note: Not suitable if you have a pacemaker, take blood-thinning medication, have any blood disease or during pregnancy.
A free-of-charge consultation is required prior to your first treatment.
|Up to 15 mins||£85|
*This treatments is performed by a freelance therapist and is therefore not subject to VAT.
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