Treat Minor Skin Irregularities
Skin irregularities are the most common and increase in number and kind with age. They vary in kind, size and where we find them on our body.
How do We Remove Them?
The technician will treat your skin tag with a high-frequency system. You will feel a quick pin-prick sensation. Larger tags may require 2 treatments.
How does it work?
The Lamprobe treats these superficial irregularities non-invasively and extremely rapidly, without the need of anesthesia. This procedure uses a high frequency wand that never enters the skin for rapid removal of minor skin irregularities
What areas can Lamprobe treat:
Cholesterol Deposits (Epidermal Cysts)
Cholesterol spots are bumps of fat that develop underneath your skin. People who have high cholesterol, cirrhosis or diabetes may be more likely than others to experience cholesterol spots
Also known as whiteheads, are cysts that occur when keratin becomes trapped beneath the surface of the skin. Milia can occur in people of all ages. They're typically found on the face, eyelids, and cheeks.
Blood Spots (Cherry Angiomas)
Blood spots are concentration of blood present on the surface of the skin, overlaid with a translucent skin layer through which blood shows vividly.
Clogged pores, also known as black heads/comedones, are hair follicle pores that are obstructed by dead skin cells and an oily substance called sebum.
Skin tags are common, acquired, benign (non-cancerous) skin growths that look like a small piece of soft, hanging skin.
Fibromas are benign (non-cancerous) tumors that are composed of fibrous or connective tissue. They have a shiny, glassy appearance with no colors. The skin may possibly become hyper pigmented showing a dark brown or dusky wine colors.
Acne is an irritating skin condition caused by trapped oil and debris on your skin. When your facial pores become clogged with oil, bacteria on your face leads to acne breakouts. Acne can quickly become inflamed, causing painful, large red bumps on your skin
Free consultations are available and recommended before deciding which treatment is best for you. Prices are discussed during consultation.