Moles, warts, skin tags & bumps

Warts
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Skin tags
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Cherry angiomas
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Cholesterol bumps
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Fibromatosis
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Keratoses pilaris
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Milia
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Sebaceous hyperplasia
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Diane Botherway
Diane Botherway
4 months ago

I loved this Lady she is the only beautician who has known how to deal with all my skin tags, moles and a forehead full of thick lumpy skin. I got a free follow up appointment to check my healing and touch up anything that needed to be done. This clinic really knows how to deal with skin problems. Will be going back.

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Moles

A mole is an area of growth on the skin. Some moles are present at birth, while others develop over the course of your lifetime. Many of the moles that develop during adulthood are related to sun exposure and effects on melanin production.

While mostly thought of as brown, moles can come in a variety of colours, including red, pink, and flesh–coloured. Some may also have hairs that grow from them, and most moles are benign.

Removal

  • Electrocautery – a safe procedure that is routinely used by doctors and highly trained aestheticians to remove unwanted skin growths.

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Warts

Warts

Warts are small bumps that feel hard and rough to the touch. They vary in colour and can look greyish, brown, black, or pink. Warts do not usually hurt and are not a type of cancer. All warts are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). Some warts don’t immediately develop after exposure to the HPV virus. Sometimes it can take up to 6 months after exposure for one to appear.

Warts can occur anywhere on the body. Since they are transmitted by casual contact, they are most likely to happen on your hands, fingers, face, and feet. You can also spread warts from one part of your own body to another.

Removal

  • Electrocautery – a safe procedure that is routinely used by doctors and highly trained aestheticians to remove unwanted skin growths.

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Skin tags

Skin tags are soft, noncancerous growths that usually form within the skin folds of the neck, armpits, breasts, groin area, and eyelids. These growths are loose collagen fibres that become lodged inside thicker areas of the skin.

Skin tags are also extremely common, and they’re also more common among older adults, people who are overweight, and people with diabetes.

It’s unclear exactly what causes skin tags to form. Since they usually show up in skin folds, friction may play a role. We do know that they’re made up of blood vessels and collagen surrounded by an outer layer of skin.

Removal

  • Electrocautery – a safe procedure that is routinely used by doctors and highly trained aestheticians to remove unwanted skin growths.

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Cherry angiomas

Cherry angiomas

Cherry angiomas are a form of common skin growth that can develop on most areas of your body. They’re usually found on people aged 30 and older. The collection of small blood vessels inside a cherry angioma give them a reddish appearance.

They are often bright red, circular or oval in shape, and small – usually ranging in size from a pinpoint to about 6mm in diameter. Some cherry angiomas appear smooth and even with your skin, while others appear slightly raised. They most often grow on the torso, arms, legs, and shoulders.

Removal

  • Electrocautery – a safe procedure that is routinely used by doctors and highly trained aestheticians to remove unwanted skin growths.

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Cholesterol bumps

Cholesterol bumps are slightly elevated or flat yellow–tinged growths on your skin, and they generally accumulate on or around your eyelids. While they aren’t harmful, they can get worse over time and may cause some pain and can still be annoying. They are caused by a buildup of cholesterol beneath the skin.

Removal

  • Electrocautery – a safe procedure that is routinely used by doctors and highly trained aestheticians to remove unwanted skin growths.

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Fibromatosis

Fibromatosis

Fibromatosis refers to a group of conditions characterised by overgrowths of skin and connective tissue tumours called fibromas. These fibromas are usually benign (non-cancerous).

Presently the cause of fibromatosis remains unknown.

Removal

  • Electrocautery – a safe procedure that is routinely used by doctors and highly trained aestheticians to remove unwanted skin growths.

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Keratoses pilaris

Keratosis pilaris is a common skin condition that causes patches of rough–feeling bumps to appear on the skin. These tiny bumps or pimples are actually dead skin cells plugging hair follicles. They sometimes appear red or brown in colour.

Keratosis pilaris is commonly found on the upper arms, thighs, cheeks, or buttocks. It isn’t contagious, and these bumps don’t usually cause any discomfort or itching. This condition is known to worsen in the winter months when the skin tends to dry out and may also worsen during pregnancy.

Keratosis pilaris affects an estimated 30 to 50% of the adult population, and around 50 to 80% of all adolescents. It is more common in women than in men, and it is often present in otherwise healthy individuals.

Removal

  • Electrocautery – a safe procedure that is routinely used by doctors and highly trained aestheticians to remove unwanted skin growths.

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Milia

Milia

A milium cyst is a small, dome–shaped bump that are usually white or yellow. They typically appear on the nose and cheeks. These cysts are often found in groups. Multiple cysts are called milia.

Milia occurs when keratin becomes trapped beneath the surface of the skin. Keratin is a strong protein that’s typically found in skin tissues, hair, and nail cells. Milia can occur in people of all ethnicities or ages, however they’re most common in newborns.

Removal

  • Electrocautery – a safe procedure that is routinely used by doctors and highly trained aestheticians to remove unwanted skin growths.

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Sebaceous hyperplasia

Sebaceous hyperplasia causes yellowish or flesh–coloured bumps on the skin. These bumps are shiny and usually on the face, especially the forehead and nose. They’re also small, usually between 2 and 4 millimetres wide, and painless.

Sebaceous glands are attached to hair follicles all over your body. They release sebum onto your skin’s surface. Sebum is a mixture of fats and cell debris that creates a slightly greasy layer on your skin. It helps keep your skin flexible and hydrated.

Removal

  • Electrocautery – a safe procedure that is routinely used by doctors and highly trained aestheticians to remove unwanted skin growths.

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