Moles, Milia And Skin Tags
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Yorkshire’s leading clinic for treating moles, milia and skin tags
Moles, milia, and skin tags are common skin lesions that can have a variety of impacts on the skin, both physical and psychological.
Moles are small, pigmented growths on the skin that are caused by clusters of melanocytes, the cells that produce melanin. Moles can be any colour, and are harmless. But some moles can develop into melanoma, a type of skin cancer. It is important to have moles checked by a dermatologist regularly.
Milia are small, white bumps that appear on the skin’s surface. They are caused by keratin, the same protein that makes up hair and nails, becoming trapped under the skin. Milia are most common on the face, especially around the eyes and nose, but they can also appear on other areas of the body. Milia are harmless and usually go away on their own, but they can be treated by a dermatologist.
Skin tags are small, soft growths of skin that are attached to the skin by a thin stalk. They are most common on the neck, armpits, and groin, but they can appear anywhere on the body. Skin tags are harmless, but they can be irritated. Skin tags can be treated by a dermatologist.
Which treatment is right for you?
At Butterfly Aesthetics in Wakefield, we offer safe and effective treatments to treat moles, milia, and skin tags.
- Cryopen: Cryopen is a non-invasive treatment that uses liquid nitrogen to freeze and destroy skin lesions. It is a quick and effective treatment for moles, milia, and skin tags. During a Cryopen treatment, the dermatologist will apply a small probe to the lesion and discharge a stream of liquid nitrogen. The liquid nitrogen will freeze the lesion, causing it to die. The lesion will then fall off within a few weeks.
At Butterfly Aesthetics, we are committed to helping you achieve your aesthetic and skincare goals. We offer a range of safe and effective treatments, and our experienced team will work with you to achieve your desired look.