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Beat those January Skin Tag Blues with CryoPen!

Gone are the days where we suffer in silence with an unsightly skin blemish, lesion or tag, with technology moving at such a fast pace, Shamrock Clinic is thrilled to offer the latest state-of-the-art cryotherapy treatment, which can literally zap away those unwanted marks in a matter of minutes – and for good!

What’s involved in skin tag/lesion removal?

Our brand-new *CryoPen treatment is the very latest beauty treatment which uses extreme cold, or cryotherapy as it’s called, to painlessly remove unwanted skin tags, milia, age spots, warts, verrucae, pigmentation, lesions and cherry angiomas. It’s fast, effective, pain-free, safe and gives clients the perfect solution for the removal of those skin perfections we hate. All treatment is suitable for any size skin tag anywhere on the body and we can treat all skin types.

What happens during the CryoPen treatment?

The CryoPen emits a small amount of nitrous oxide under high pressure and is delivered directly to the client’s targeted area. The tissue is then destroyed by the freezing temperature which ruptures the membrane and destroys the cell. After treatment, the area may blister within a couple of days to form a scab, which will fall off and heal approximately 14 days post-treatment.

Am I suitable for treatment?

CryoPen is suitable for anyone who suffers with skin tags – whether it’s one large skin tag or multiple tags over the body. This remarkable treatment can even target those sensitive areas such as eyelids.

How long does it last?

Clinical data shows that the results are permanent after one or two treatments. Some types of skin lesions may of course return in other places if you are prone to such skin conditions.

So, if you feel now’s the time to beat those January Blues and say farewell to unwanted pigment or skin tags, contact Ann Gibbons at Shamrock Clinic today to find out how, and start 2019 with a spring in your step!

www.shamrockclinic.co.uk

Tel no: 01462 813252

Facebook: /shamrockclinicbeds/


* CryoPen treats benign skin lesions on the surface of the skin, many of which are no longer able to be treated by doctors under the NHS, due to their cosmetic nature. More complex lesions should be examined first and treated by a suitably qualified medical professional, so you may wish to speak to your GP about them first. It can treat lesions on the face, scalp and body. – Source: https://www.consultingroom.com.

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