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Advanced Cosmetic Procedures using Electrolysis and Laser 

for Skin Blemishes and Hair Removal



Electrolysis for hair removal:
How does it work?  Electrolysis is a permanent form of hair reduction. A very fine probe is inserted into the hair follicle which emits a small electrical current, combined with heat 
to cauterise the blood supply to the hair. After a number 
of sessions, the blood supply will eventually cease, therefore the hair should not grow back. The Sterex Blend Method is 
a modern electrolysis treatment that is gentle, effective and comfortable. Treatment is tailor-made to suit you and can 
be carried out on virtually all parts of the body.

15 minutes (minimum charge)                                          19.00
20 minutes                                                                        24.00
30 minutes                                                                        29.00
1 hour                                                                               49.00

Courses:  6 sessions for price of 5 
                10 sessions for price of 8
                

Advanced cosmetic procedures: 
skin tags, sebaceous keratosis warts moles and milia:
Skin imperfections are a thing of the past. For men and women.
A sterile permanent successful treatment using shortwave diathermy. 
A small probe is used to transfer heat, which in turn cauterises most raised imperfections. A natural healing process takes place over 7-14 days. 
In most cases only 1 session is needed. Moles can be treated with written consent from your GP.

Includes consultation and treatment.
5 minutes  (minimum charge)                                            35.00
15 minutes                                                                         60.00
30 minutes                                                                         85.00 

spider nevus, thread veins, cherry angiomas and 
'Campbell De Morgan spots (blood spots): 
These are small damaged blood capillaries, found on the face, around the nose, torso and legs. How does it work?  A fine probe is placed onto the skin and a small amount of heat it 
used to cauterise the dilated capillary. This results in the capillary drying up and fading, in most cases disappearing. 
Up to 3 treatments can be performed in any one area.

Includes consultation and treatment
5 minutes                                                                            45.00
15 minutes                                                                          75.00
30 minutes                                                                          95.00
 


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