South Shore Primary Care Centre
TEL: 07704 064196
Meet the advanced technology in Cryotherapy that offers quick, precise and safe tratment to remove age spots, blood spots, moles, verucas, warts and skin tags.
Chiara has years’ worth of experience in the aesthetics industry and is highly regarded in Blackpool and the Fylde and focuses on achieving natural looking results. Before carrying out treatment, Chiara meets every patient for a thorough assessment and consultation. No two people are the same and no two cases are the same.
For more information on treatment get in touch today. To find out more take a look below for the types of skin lesions that can be removed safely and effectively using the Freeze Pen.
Skin tags look like tiny bits of “hanging” skin.
The base of a skin tag will usually be thinner than the top end. The cause can be hormonal, genetic or friction.
Warts are flesh-coloured growths that feel like rough, hard bumps. They sometimes have black dots that look like seeds, which are tiny blood clots.
Filiform warts look different than most warts, they have long narrow projections that extend about 1-2 millimetres from the skin.
Since they tend to form around your eyelids and lips, they’re also known as facial warts.
These are common noncancerous skin growths. People tend to get more of them as they get older, Seborrheic keratoses are usually brown, black or light tan.
The growths look waxy, scaly and slightly raised.
The collection of small blood vessels inside a Cherry Angioma give them a reddish appearance. The exact cause is unknown, but there may be a genetic factor that makes certain people more likely to get them. They’ve also been linked to pregnancy, exposure to chemicals, certain medical conditions, and sun.
Age spots or Sun spots are usually found on the face or on the body. These will be caused by from sun exposure. Caution: Do not mis-diagnose age spots for melasma, flat moles or birth marks! Melasma and birth marks cannot be treated with the Freeze Pen and ALL moles must be checked and approved with written consent from GP.
These bumps are the result of damage which leads to overproduction of sebum by the sebaceous gland. The damaged sebaceous glands can become enlarged or blocked. This turns them into bumps that may be soft or hard, with a white or yellow surface. They appear to be somewhat indented in the middle.
This indented centre is characteristic of sebaceous hyperplasia.
Moles come in all types of shapes and sizes, some can be flat to the skin resembling a freckle and some can be raised.
It is important to note that ALL moles must be checked by a GP with written consent for removal prior to treatment with the Freeze pen.