I qualified as a beauty therapist and electrolysist in 1979 and am a member of BABTAC specialising in advanced remedial electrolysis. This is a proven method to achieve permanent removal of unwanted hair, thread veins, skin tags and many other skin blemishes from the face and body. I have over 35 years experience working within my own private clinics, dermatology clinics in hospitals and a number of colleges as a former lecturer, and examiner for City and Guilds of London Institute in electrolysis.

Perhaps electrolysis can be the answer to your problem. If so I will be very happy to discuss your needs without obligation. Private clinics are held in Warrington (Daily), Wilmslow (Monday) and on the Wirral (Thursday).

The aim of electrolysis when treating unwanted hair is to achieve permanent removal. The treatment performed uses a short wave diathermy current which when applied to the base of hair follicles within the skin via a minute needle, effectively coagulates or congeals the blood supply thereby, reducing or completely cutting off nourishment to those follicles. Permanent destruction of the hair growth will be successful when a suitable program of treatment based on an individual personal problem is undertaken. Expert treatment is offered to anyone adversely affected by excess hair growth or unwanted unsightly skin blemishes. Consultations and treatments take place in total privacy in pleasant surroundings with confidentiality assured. Stringent hygiene practices are observed throughout the treatment procedure.

Electrolysis as a treatment for skin problems

Common areas of excess hair for women are face to include chin, neck, sideburns and upper lip and also chest and stomach. Men often find hair on the nose, in the ears and high on the cheekbones are problems worthy of treatment.
Showcased below is a selection of skin blemishes. Using advanced electrolysis techniques the majority will be removed instantly.

Comedones (Blackheads)

Comedones (Blackheads)
Blackheads are open plugs of sebum commonly found around nostrils, chin, forehead, chest and back. Electrolysis can be used to assist the removal of stubborn blackheads.

Thread veins

Thread veins
Capilliary networks such as those commonly found on the nose

Seborrhoeic warts

Seborrhoeic warts
Raised lesions resembling moles with a rough surface in varying sizes and shades of brown commonly found on the face and torso

Milia (Whiteheads)

Milia (Whiteheads)
Whiteheads are tiny raised hard closed plugs of sebum commonly found under the eyes and around the cheekbones

Spider Naevi

Spider Naevi
Single dilated capilliaries commonly found on the nose

Skin Tags

Skin Tags
Small soft often pigmented dangly papules commonly found on the neck and underarms