Skin Tags Removal
Remove Dark Spots, Skin Tags, Moles and Other Lesions in Seconds
Skin tags, moles, and other lesions might be annoying for men and women, and both are looking for effective solutions to get rid of them.
With our newest technologies licensed by Health Canada, we help you to treat and erase all skin lesions without anesthesia, scars, or downtime.
Our innovative skin lesion treatment provides effective results after the first treatment with minimum discomfort and no side effects.
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What Are Skin Tags?
Skin tags are small, soft pieces of tissue hanging off the skin. They are not dangerous and usually appear on the chest, neck, under the breasts, armpits, eyelids, and in the groin area. Skin tags are painless but can be irritated by clothing and jewelry. They are very common and occur as we age.
What Are Moles?
Moles are small growths on the skin and are usually brown or black. Some moles are present at birth, and most of them develop during childhood and adulthood. They can appear anywhere on the skin alone or in groups. Moles may change their color with time and on some hair can develop, and some may not change at all or even disappear.
What Are Warts?
Warts are small growths on the skin with rough texture caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Warts can grow anywhere on the body, but most commonly, they appear on hands. It usually looks like a solid blister. There are different types of warts: common wart (it looks like a solid blister), flat warts and pigmented warts.
Step up for healthy skin with Skin Tags Removal treatment at Elysium Beauty Clinic!
At Elysium Beauty Clinic, we also treat and help to get rid of other lesions like keratoses, hemangiomas, condylomas, and dark spots.
We provide Cryotherapy to our patients that allows us to perform a smooth and fast removal of skin lesions. It works by removing unwanted skin growth through the application of extreme cold.
After the Treatment
Treated lesions develop a scab that lasts for about 8-10 days. It will be replaced by normal healing skin. When the scab falls, sun protection is essential to reduce the risk of hyperpigmentation.