Skin Tag Removal

A quick and painless treatment to remove skin tags from the face or body

Treatment Description

Skin tags are harmless small brown or flesh-coloured growths that hang from the surface of your skin. They do not usually cause discomfort. However, you may consider having them removed if they're affecting your self-esteem.

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Prices

£80

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FAQs

Who is not suitable for skin tag removal?

Clients who are/are on photosensitive medication, pregnant, going through treatment for cancer, have open wounds or tanned skin.

Does skin tag removal have downtime?

There's very little downtime, but your skin may appear a little pink afterwards and a small scab may appear soon after, which will fall off in a few days. In some cases the removal of a skin tag may leave a very small white, brown or pink scar in its place.

What should I do before my skin tag removal?

Avoid Retinol for 3 to 5 days on the area being treated prior to your treatment.  Avoid sun exposure for at least 2 weeks prior.

How many treatments will I need?

Usually one treatment is all that is needed.  

I have a lot of skin tags, can I have them all removed at once?

I will remove as many as I can in the allocated time, however if there are a substantial amount then more appointments may be required.

Is a consultation required?

No, but please send a clear picture of the skin tag before booking so that we can determine if a Dr’s letter is required.

What should I do before my skin tag removal?

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