- Quick, effective, instant
- Safely remove unsightly moles
Moles are small coloured spots on the skin made up of cells called melanocytes, which produce the colour (pigment) in your skin.
Moles are often a brownish colour, although some may be darker or skin-coloured. They can be flat or raised, smooth or rough, and some have hair growing from them.
Moles are usually circular or oval with a smooth edge. Moles can change in number and appearance.
You may consider having moles removed if they’re affecting your self-esteem, or if they snag on clothing or jewellery and bleed.
Moles need to be assessed as safe to remove and can be removed using Advanced Electrolysis. Here, the tissue is cauterised using a hot needle. Afterwards, there is a small wound which needs to be kept clean and dry. You will be supplied with aloe Vera / witch hazel and an after care sheet.
You may require more than one treatment.
£149 - for up to 2 moles up to 5mm each Additional moles or lesions after this will be £25 each.
Usually 15 - 30 minutes.
Moles will be reduced permanently but some may return after some months.
You will have a small wound like a burn/spot in the treated area which needs to be kept clean and dry. dressings will be supplied to help them stay clean and not catch on clothing. Skin takes a week to heal and then a few weeks to reduce redness as per a normal wound healing response. You may be left with a reddened or white area but it will be flat.
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Alison Taylor Registered Nurse
Alison Taylor is a Registered Nurse Prescriber and is highly experienced in cosmetic treatments. She has an honest and ethical approach and assesses each person individually and personally.
Alison is trained to an advanced level in facial anatomy and in administering medical cosmetic treatments and has carried out many thousands of treatments. She has a good reputation (see live reviews) and prides herself in carrying out discreet and natural treatments to give you the fresh open look without making it obvious.
Alison is constantly updating her skills to ensure best and latest treatments and has recently started a post graduate L7 degree course in Advanced Clinical Facial Anatomy to further extend her knowledge and safety in practice. You can check Alison’s registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (under her married name Alison Jane Pearce)