Electrolysis permanent hair removal & aesthetic electrolysis

Rodney Street: 0151 706 7908 ·
Wallasey: 07736 468571 ·

Aesthetic electrolysis is a safe, effective, quick and affordable method of treating a wide range of skin blemishes.

  • Milia – are small, white spots that usually appear around the eyes, cheeks and eyelids and are simply a blocked pore, filled with a protein called keratin which hardens.
  • Dermatosis papulosa nigra – DPN is a common condition consisting of one or many small, dark papular skin lesions on the face and upper body which appear only on darker skin types.
  • Common warts – are firm, raised growths often with a rough, dry, crusty surface, which resembles a very small cauliflower or a solid blister. Rough to the touch, common warts may feature a pattern of tiny black dots, sometimes called seeds, which are small clotted blood vessels.
  • Campbell De Morgan/Blood Spots/cherry angiomas – bright red spots on the skin that are flat or dome shaped. They are shiny and red and can vary in size.
  • Xanthelasma – are deposits of fatty materials under the surface of the skin.
  • Syringoma – benign non contagious flesh coloured elevations of the skin. Most commonly located on the forehead, abdomen, lower eyelids, cheeks and chest.
  • Telangiectasia – also known as broken capillaries or thread veins. Telangiectasia are small dilated blood vessels on the surface of the skin. Electrolysis is used to treat chest and facial vessels only.
  • Spider Naevi – is a central dilated blood vessel, with small capillaries radiating from it like the legs of a spider. Spider Naevi may be found on areas such as the face, neck, upper part of the trunk and arms.
  • Skin tags – are common skin growths which resemble a small piece of soft, hanging skin. The attachment size is usually smaller than the body of the tag.
  • Seborrhoeic keratosis – has a rough, dry, crusty surface and range in colour from light brown to almost black.
  • Sebaceous hyperplasia – is a common benign condition or the sebaceous glands. Lesions can be single or multiple and manifest as yellowish, soft, small papules on the face (particularly nose, cheeks and forehead).
  • Mole reduction/ hair removal from moles
  • Plane warts – are flesh coloured or pigmented blemishes, very slightly raised, often raised, often dry or crusty, flat topped lesions, which most commonly appear on the decolletage.
  • Plantar wart (verruca) – develop on the soles of the feet and start as a tiny pink area speckled with black dots, can become dark with a rough crumble layer of skin with a pepper pot appearance.
  • Sebaceous cysts – usually slow growing, painless, freely movable lumps beneath the skin varying in size. Treatment is carried out on cysts of a ‘manageable size’.

Aesthetic Electrolysis prices

Prices start from £45 per session. For a personalised treatment plan and pricing structure please call our Rodney Street clinic on 0151 706 7908 or Wallasey Grove Road Clinic on 07736 468571 to book an appointment.

Cancellation of appointments

We appreciate 48 hours notice for any cancellation of appointments. If you do not provide at least 48 hours notice we will charge 50% of the value of the treatment.



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