Treatment for Minor Skin Tags, Milia and Cherry Angioma
Have some pesky milia, skin tags or cherry angiomas on your face or body?
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By removing the area with controlled super high-frequency electrical current, milia, skin tags, and cherry angioma are instantly targeted and can be permanently gone. Our Skin Perfection Technology delivers a precise spark through a micro-needle to cauterize, dehydrate, and desiccate skin growths.
When the growth is removed, a scab develops that covers the treated area. Within a week or two, the scab will fall off and healthy new skin cells will form, and will gradually take on the color of the surrounding tissue. In most cases, there is no visible indication of the previous growth.
Successful In Removing The Following Types Of Skin Growths:
Treatment is successful in removing the following types of skin growths:
Typically no. However, the treatment area will notice a dried, blackened area which will “crust” off in a few days' time. This area may be covered with makeup or sunscreen.
We ask that you refrain from picking, peeling, or pulling the area of treatment, to let it heal on its own. Within a few weeks, the skin will fall off and the treated area will return to normal skin quality.
Down-time is very minimal with only two to seven day turnaround time. Treatment time takes approximately 15 to 30 minutes.
During your consultation, the treatment specialist will evaluate the area to be treated and make absolutely certain that the growth can be treated safely. In most cases, skin growths are non-cancerous and can be safely removed. All treatments are performed using the strictest sanitary procedures.
Skin growths are accumulations of various cells that look different than the surrounding skin tissue. They may be flat or raised and range in color from dark brown or black to flesh-colored or red.
Important Considerations to Note
This information is provided for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. If you have detailed questions about the nature of particular skin lesions please schedule a consultation.
Skin tags are soft, small, harmless, flesh-colored, or slightly darker skin growths that are most commonly found on the neck, the armpits, or the trunk. They may appear elsewhere on the body, as well. The cause is unknown, but they commonly appear after middle age. They begin as small fleshy brown spots and may grow on a small stalk or stem.
Skin tags never turn into skin cancer. The tendency to develop skin tags appears to be inherited (genetic). Some women also develop skin tags during pregnancy. Usually, skin tags cause not problematic, but they may be unattractive, and clothing or skin may rub and irritate them so that they bleed or hurt.
A skin tag can be removed if it becomes irritated, bleeds, or causes embarrassment.
Cherry angiomas (ruby spots) are harmless clusters of dilated tiny blood vessels (capillaries) that become more common after age 30. The cause is unknown.
Bright, cherry red, smooth spots appear most often on the trunk and upper legs but may sometimes be found on the neck, face, or arms.
The size of the spots may vary from pinhead size to about 0.64 cm (0.25 in.) in diameter.
Although they are painless and harmless, cherry angiomas may bleed profusely if injured (until pressure is applied to stop the bleeding).
Cherry angiomas are generally harmless and do not require any treatment but they can be removed if you feel that their appearance is unsightly.
Cholesterol deposits (Xanthomas) are fatty deposits that build up under the skin. Anyone can develop a cholesterol bump, but they are most common in people with high blood cholesterol levels, according to the National Institutes of Health. A xanthoma can develop anywhere on the body, but they are commonly found on the elbows, knees, hands, feet, and buttocks.
Milia look like small white bumps that resemble millet seeds.
Milia are dead skin cells trapped within the surface tissues of the nose, cheeks, and chin. It is not a form of acne, though the bumps may become inflamed and resemble acne. The condition is very common in infants but can also occur in adults. There is no known way to prevent the occurrence of milia. In infants, cysts usually resolve without any treatment. Adults may choose to have them removed for cosmetic appearance sake.
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