Skin Tightening Treatment from KSkin, Glasgow

About Ultra High Frequency EM Treatment

Ultra high frequency EM treatment is a revolutionary method of erasing moles, warts, milia, skin tags and other raised lesions from the skin. They are literally vaporised and seal themselves with no blood, leaving behind no damaged tissue. It involves using ultra high frequency electromagnetic radiations that generate heat which vaporise the moles.

The heat that is generated is much less than that produced by electrocautery or any other conventional methods which greatly reduces the tendency for the skin to scar after the procedure. The direct result of this is little or no scarring. It is ideal for any raised lesion on the skin anywhere on the body.

  • Get instant results
  • Negligible scarring
  • NO incisions or stitches required
  • It is a simple, quick, procedure
  • Full healing occurs within 4-6 weeks

Most procedures only require one visit. The effect of the procedure is long-lasting although of course there can be no guarantee that the lesion will not recur. Some moles have a deep element and so recurrence in these cases is possible. A repeat procedure at a later date in some cases may be required.

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Treatment Process

For added peace of mind, we have detailed all the steps involved in the procedure. If you have any more questions, please do not hesitate to get in contact with us.

Before


This is a non-surgical procedure so there is no need for preparation. In order to have the best results, ensure area is clean shaven and also do not wear cream or cologne.

During

It is a relatively painless procedure and will not cause discomfort. There will be a slight warm feeling around the area for a few minutes while the treatment is being carried out.

After

There will be minor scab on the treated area which will drop off within 2 weeks, please do not touch it. Use antiseptic cream and follow the after care advice.

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