Skin blemishes


Introduction to skin blemishes

Welcome to our Skin Blemishes page, where we delve into advanced cosmetic procedures to treat various common skin conditions using advanced electrolysis at The Skinologists. Our skilled practitioners employ state-of-the-art techniques to address a range of blemishes, providing you with the opportunity to achieve a clearer and healthier complexion. Explore the following skin conditions we specialize in treating with advanced electrolysis:


Syringoma refers to small, benign bumps that typically appear around the eyes. Our advanced electrolysis treatment targets and shrinks these blemishes, allowing for smoother, more even-toned skin. Following the treatment, you may experience small crusts and swellings, which will gradually heal within two weeks.

Mole Reduction

A mole, in dermatology, is a common skin growth or lesion. Moles are typically small, coloured spots on the skin that develop due to the clustering of pigment-producing cells (melanocytes). They can vary in colour, size, and shape and are usually benign (non-cancerous). While moles are often harmless, some may undergo changes over time, such as alterations in size, shape, colour, or texture, which could be indicative of skin cancer. Therefore, it's essential to monitor moles for any irregularities and seek medical evaluation if any concerning changes occur. In some cases, individuals may opt for mole removal for cosmetic or medical reasons, which can be done through various methods, including surgical excision or advanced techniques like advanced electrolysis.

Warts and Verrucas

Warts are common skin growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Our advanced electrolysis treatment offers an effective solution for removing warts, typically requiring two treatments spaced eight weeks apart for complete removal. Say goodbye to these unsightly blemishes and enjoy smoother, clearer skin.

Skin Tags

Skin tags are small, soft growths that often occur in areas where skin rubs against skin. With advanced electrolysis, we can instantly cauterize and remove skin tags, leaving you with smoother, tag-free skin. After the treatment, you may notice small red marks or scabbing, which will heal within 7-10 days.

Age Spots

Age spots, also known as liver spots or sunspots, are flat, brown patches that appear on areas exposed to the sun. Our advanced electrolysis treatment lifts away age spots and cauterizes them, leading to small scabs that will gradually disappear over a couple of weeks. Reveal a more even skin tone and regain a youthful appearance.

Seborrhoeic Keratosis

Seborrhoeic keratosis refers to benign, pigmented growths that commonly appear on the face, chest, or back. Through advanced electrolysis, we can effectively lift away seborrhoeic keratosis and cauterize the area. Scabs may form for up to two weeks but will eventually heal, leaving behind smoother, blemish-free skin.

Sebaceous Cyst

Sebaceous cysts are fluid-filled sacs that develop within the skin. Our advanced electrolysis treatment offers a solution for reducing or removing sebaceous cysts. Depending on the size and location of the cyst, multiple treatments may be necessary to achieve optimal results. Our skilled practitioners will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan.

Red Veins and Spider Naevi

Often referred to as spider veins, these Red Veins and Spider Naevi are visible clusters of tiny blood vessels near the surface of the skin. These blemishes can appear as fine red, blue, or purple lines, resembling spider webs or tree branches. They commonly occur on the face, legs, and other areas of the body. While they are usually harmless, many individuals seek treatment to improve their skin's appearance.


Milia are small, pearly white or yellowish bumps that often appear on the skin's surface. These tiny cysts form when dead skin cells become trapped in hair follicles or sweat glands, creating small, raised bumps. Milia are typically found on the face, particularly around the eyes and cheeks, but can occur elsewhere on the body. While they are benign and generally not painful, many individuals seek treatment to improve their skin's texture and appearance.


Xanthelasma refers to yellowish or whitish, flat or slightly raised deposits of fat that develop under the skin, usually around the eyelids. These deposits are typically soft and painless and can vary in size.

Other skin blemishes

Please note that the above list represents just a selection of the skin conditions we treat using advanced electrolysis at The Skinologists. Our experienced practitioners have the expertise and precision to address various other blemishes, such as red veins, milia, xanthelasma, and mole reduction. Book a consultation with us to discuss your specific concerns and embark on your journey to clearer, healthier skin.

treatment of skin blemishes

Fortunately, all of these can be treated at the Skinologists. Please do take a look at our advanced electrolysis page.


At The Skinologists, we are committed to helping you achieve a clearer and healthier complexion by effectively treating a range of skin blemishes. With our advanced electrolysis techniques, we can target and address conditions such as syringoma, warts, skin tags, age spots, seborrhoeic keratosis, and sebaceous cysts. Our skilled practitioners will guide you through the treatment process, ensuring your safety and satisfaction. Don't let skin blemishes affect your confidence any longer. Contact us today or schedule a consultation and discover the transformative benefits of advanced electrolysis at The Skinologists.