Advanced Skin treatments

Advanced Electrolysis:
What is it and how does it work?

Electrolysis has been used for more than 100 years to treat problems such as broken capillaries, spider naevi and warts and has progressed dramatically with the ongoing development of modern technology. Our extensively trained therapists perform this simple and safe technique to successfully remove, visibly reduce and improve the appearance of unwanted skin blemishes, offering immediate and effective results.

How does it work?

Advanced Electrolysis is a treatment that uses a Thermolysis current and a very fine needle to either cauterise or lift away the superficial epidermis, depending on the type of blemish that is being treated.

What does the treatment feel like?

Most clients describe the treatment as tolerable with a warm prickly feeling that is slightly uncomfortable. However, we have had clients fall asleep! Generally the treatment takes a maximum of fifteen minutes, depending on the size of the treatment area.

Consultation and Aftercare

A consultation is given before any advanced electrolysis treatment; this entails a short questionnaire about any health issues that may affect the treatment. We also diagnose the blemish and fully explain the treatment needed, how it will be done, the time it will take, the number of treatments required and any aftercare necessary.


The downtime after the treatment is dependent on the type of blemish and the size of the treatment area. We find that two weeks is usually sufficient for any swelling, redness, scabs or crusts to disappear with final results visible up to a month following the treatment.

Treatable Skin Conditions
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Red Veins and Spider Naevi Skin Tags Milia 
 Warts and VerrucasSeborrhoic Keratosis Syringoma 
Age Spot Removal Xanthelasma Sebaceous Cyst