Electrocoagulation is a technique used for minor skin blemishes, outlaid below, that uses the same probe as used for electrolysis to coagulate blood and diffuse blemish.  Quantity and length of treatments is determined at a consultation. Proper before and after care is imperative due to the sensitive nature of the skin.

There are general contraindications to treatments, therefore consultations are necessary for all of these conditions.

Skin Tag

Skin tags are benign skin growths common to many people and of all ages. Skin tags can have a small or large base.  They are usually the same colour as the skin or darker.   Skin tags are removed by High Frequency heat that forms a small scab which in turn, falls off in 3-7 days.

Skin tags form on many different parts of the body and can be removed in one to three sessions depending on quantity.

Ruby Points

(cherry angiomas)

 

Ruby points are highly concentrated dialated capillaries and can be flat to the skin or larger and slightly raised.
 
They are very common and can be found on many areas of the body. They are usually treatable in one session depending on quantity.

Seborrheic Keratosis

Seborrheic Keratosis is a common benign skin growth that appears on many areas of the body, back and chest being the most common. They have a rough warty feel to them. They range from white to black but most are a tan or brown colour

These growths can be burned off and returned flush to the skin. Depending on quantity, one or more sessions may be required.

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You were extremely professional in providing your service and I strongly
recommend to people with skin tags that you can remove them quickly and with very little discomfort. Hope you do well in the future as you provide a very good solution to skin problems.

Brian D.

The team at Time For You Electrolysis is second to none. I’ve been going here for years, and have had excellent and courteous service each time!

Priya R.

Just wanted to let you know everything is going great. Thank you for doing such a good job of clearing my arm.

Jack