We recommend getting moles checked by your GP/Dermatologist, ask if they can be removed for cosmetic proposes, we require this conformation in writing on headed paper, its a reassurance and an insurers condidion. As an added precaution that it’s safe, we also check every mole before removal using specialist equipment, a 200 times magnification camera to determine the mole is benign and can be safely removed.
We’ve a vast experience in these delicate and sometimes intimate procedures, having treated thousands of satisfied patients in all areas of the face, body and genitals. Following rigorous hygiene protocols, our high frequency cauterization device is the most effective way of instantly small moles.
The process, how it works
Using a strong topical anesthetic gel containing 23% lanolin, it takes around 30-45 minutes to numb the area. The process is often completed in just a few minutes using a handheld probe delivering energy via a disposable sterile micro-bore pin (thinner than a human hair). Cauterization has a germicidal effect killing bacteria sealing any tiny capillaries resulting in little or no blood loss. The process promotes faster healing because there’s very little collateral damage to healthy skin. Delivery is highly accurate and benefits are seen instantly.
On occasion, we apply a plaster to stop blood spotting. Please remove it when you get home. Letting the wound breathe will aid faster oxidization and healing. Damp plasters can attract bacteria and lead to infection and should be avoided. Keep the area clean use Sudocrem rather than soap, periodically bathing the wound gently and pat dry clean towel, will also speed healing.
Avoid using make up, perfume, deodorant on the affected area until the scab has hardened (48 hours). Ice cubes or cold packs should be wrapped in a clean cloth. Never apply ice directly to skin.
To avoid scarring do not pick the scab! Allow it to fall off naturally which should occur within 8 to 10 days. Protect new skin from direct sunlight, use sunscreen until the skin has matured.
Instant removal of; Moles
Restrictions: 18 or older unless accompanied by responsible adult, not suitable for cancerous lesions. Size restrictions apply, we recommend you visit your GP or dermatologist to determine the mole is not malignant and obtain a letter stating it can be removed for cosmetic reasons. We also check all moles with specialist software a 200 x magnification camera before removal