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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 with 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.

Up to 15 minutes


Up to 30 minutes



6 sessions for the price of 5

Up to 45 minutes


1 hour


Advanced cosmetic procedures:

Includes consultation and treatment:

Spider nevus, thread veins, cherry angiomas and Campbell De Morgan spots (blood spots)

Skin tags, sebaceous karetosis, warts, moles and milia:

Skin imperfections are a thing of the past. For anyone and everyone.

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.

Up to 15 minutes


Up to 30 minutes


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 is used to cauterise the dilated capillary. This results in the capillary drying up and fading, in the most cases disappearing. 

Up to 3 treatments can be performed in any one area.

(minimum charge)

Includes consultation and treatment:

5 minutes


15 minutes


30 minutes


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