Skin Tag Removal & Lesion Removal

Our professional team at Skin Envy are trained professionals in the use of our electrolysis equipment, using it for Skin Tag Removal and Lesion Removal.  We all have issues with unsightly skin tags, sebaceous hyperplasia, red vein capillaries and Milia that we wish to eradicate and rectify – and we are here to help you.  Don’t think that we are here just as another beauty salon – we are here for you and your needs. 

Skin Tag Removal

PRICE STARTS AT $15

Skin Tag Removal

What are skin tags?

Removal of skin tags is simple and quick with high frequency. The procedure consists of cauterising the skin tag with a probe, especially for skin imperfections. This allows the electrolysis method to sufficiently destroy the skin tag growth. The simple procedure typically lasts for five to ten minutes and iscomfort is minimal.

 

Sebeacous Hyperplasia

PRICE STARTS AT $30

Skin Tag Removal

What is sebaceous hyperplasia?

People who are prone to oily skin most commonly encounter sebaceous hyperplasia. The treatment doesn’t hurt, instead, you feel nothing more than a slight feeling of discomfort. The blemish will become dry and crusty and will drop off in 7-10 days.

 

Red Vein Capillaries

PRICE STARTS AT $120

What is Telangiectasia?

This is a condition in which broken or widened small blood vessels that sit near the surface of the skin or mucous membranes create visible patterns of lines. For most people, these patterns, or telangiectases, neither cause any damage to overall health and nor require treatment. The widened vessels become weaker, causing bleeding and the eventual appearance of telangiectases. However, they can sometimes signify a more severe medical condition and may warrant closer inspection.

Milia

PRICE STARTS AT $139

What is Milia?

Milia are small white bumps that appear on the skin. They’re usually grouped together on the nose, cheeks, and chin, though they may appear elsewhere. Milia develop when skin flakes become trapped under the surface of the skin, or when keratin builds up and gets trapped.