At the Skin Transformation Center, we cosmetically treat skin lesions without penetrating the skin’s surface. Our removal of skin lesions treatment includes:
- Skin Tags
- DPN- Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra
- Sebaceous Hyperplasia
- Hemangiomas and more!
Our removal of skin lesions offers numerous benefits including:
- Immediate results
- Precise removal of minor skin irregularities
- Rapid treatment time (3-5 seconds)
- Wide variety of skin conditions treated
- No anesthesia required
A skin tag is a small benign fibroma that appears either in single or multiple formations. Sometimes referred to as an acrochordon, skin tags are commonly found on the neck, breasts, under the arms, eyelids and groin area. Constant friction from necklaces or shirt collars can contribute towards their formation in these areas. Skin tags can become inflamed if they are repeatedly irritated when tissues are rubbed together in friction e.g. wearing chains on the neck or in between skin folds.
Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra are skin tags that are prevalent on darker skin tones. These lesions often appear in adolescence and increase with aging. They are darkly pigmented with no scales and are believed to be genetically caused. They are commonly found on the face and neck, especially on the cheeks and orbital areas.
Milias (a.k.a. Whiteheads) are plugs of oil covered with layers of skin cells. Commonly found on the forehead and cheeks, milias typically exist where exfoliation is lacking, such as with very oily or very dry skin. They can also occur during the healing of traumatic scars. Milias found under the eyes are often caused by eyeglasses that obstruct skin exfoliation.
Sebaceous Hyperplasia appear as soft, yellowish papules with a cauliflower-like or doughnut-shaped appearance ranging in size from 2 to 3mm. Chronic sun damage and Rosacea contributes towards these lesions resulting in enlarged oil glands. They are usually solitary, give a bumpy texture to the skin, and appear on the forehead and cheeks, particularly on oily and asphyxiated skins. Manual extraction will not release any sebum.
Hemangiomas ( a.k.a. angiomas, ruby points or blood spots) are minor vascular abnormalities of the skin found on the face, neck chest or back. There are many types varying in depth (superficial to deep), clinical appearance and location.
Cherry angiomas are bright red to purple dots of blood usually found on the upper trunk such as the neck area.
Seborrheic Keratosis is a common skin growth that, while it can resemble that of a pre-cancerous growth or wart, is typically harmless to your health. These growths can be found nearly anywhere on the body but are typically seen on the back, chest, neck, or face. Seborrheic Keratosis growths can appear either white, black, tan, or brown.
To learn more about the removal of skin lesions, schedule your consultation today!