Goodbye papillomas, warts and broken blood vessels!


How to remove skin lesions, that spoil the appearance? Is this possible without surgery? Yes, it`s possible! Quickly, safely and effectively without cuts, anesthesia and scars skin lesions will be over.

One of the most preferred and effective method of removing non-malignant skin lesions and ruptured blood vessels is electrocoagulation.

Electrocoagulation is a method of tissue removal by electric shock. It is applicable to all parts of the body, including the face. This method is particularly indispensable in cases where you need greater precision, accuracy and caution, for example, when removing papillomas through the lash line or in eyes corners.

Unlike surgery, electrocoagulation is one of the most delicate and safe methods, because risk of scar formation in the skin after procedure is minimized. Electric current causes thermal damage of the deleting tissue area, thereby in the deleting place appears dry crust. After it disappears, if skin lesion was small and shallow, there remains no trace on the skin, or may remains small depigmented or pink spot, which eventually disappear.

Electrocoagulation method allows to remove small skin lesions and broken blood vessels during one procedure, and larger – during several procedures in the series.

Electrocoagulation is carried out using a professional electrocautery device, which works on the basis of direct and alternating currents.

Before skin lesions removing you should consult with a dermatologist to make sure that the lesion is not cancerous.

The advantage of electrocoagulation is that it replaces surgery in some cases, moreover this method doesn’t require preliminary preparation and rehabilitation period. Immediately after the procedure, you can return to your routine activities.

Indication for skin lesions removal are mostly cosmetic and aesthetic considerations. However, except this, doctors recommend to pay special attention to moles, warts and papillomas which are exposed to constant friction or traumatization. For example, during sports, located in skin folds, in the axillary areas, in the inguinal areas and skin lesions on the face and in other areas, that may in some way be injured, for instance, during shaving.

By electrocoagulation can be removed:
  • Warts

  • Papillomas

  • Atheromas

  • Senile Keratomas

  • Molluscum Contagiosum

  • Genital Warts

  • Complicated Acne

  • Hemangioma

  • Expanded and Broken Blood Vessels

  • Spider Veins