Eloquin Beauty Treatment Rooms

Advanced Electrology

Thread Veins / Blood Spots / Spider Naevus

Consultation and Treatment Patch £36
15 min appointment £36

Facial Thread or Red Veins are very small veins (capillaries) that have become dilated and remain permanently visible on the skins surface. They result from a gradual loss of elasticity in the walls of the vessels or damage to the skin. They are very easy to treat with Diathermy cauterization which generally offers the best results.

There are many reasons why Thread Veins occur – asthma, picking spots, glasses rubbing, high blood pressure, smoking etc. Hormones can also play a role. The hormonal changes that can occur during pregnancy, the menopause, or whilst taking birth control pills, all can cause red facial veins to develop. During you consultation we will try to determine this cause and give you advise on how best to avoid recurrence.

Blood Spots are small concentrations of blood in the skins surface. They are usually round in shape and can be treated quite successfully.

Spider Naevus is a combination of the above, it has a blood spot as a centre and spidery thread/red veins spreading out in all directions. It is usually caused by a knock, acne, pinching or pregnancy.

Skin Tag Removal

Consultation and Treatment Patch £36
15 min appointment £36

A Skin tag is a simple fibrous growth usually associated with ageing. They are very common and most frequently found on the neck and face. They often appear with a neck like a mushroom and vary in size from a tiny speck, to the size of a large pea or even larger. They are often found in areas of friction such as the underarm or under the breasts or around the neck where necklaces may irritate.

Milia Removal

Consultation and Treatment Patch £36
15 min appointment £36

A milia is a minute epidermal cyst. It is a disorder of the sebaceous glands which secretes sebum (oil). Oil becomes trapped in a blind duct with no surface opening. A fine layer of skin grows over the top surface preventing the contents from escaping. Oil and dead cells stay trapped under the skin and appear as small, rounded, pearly-white globules under the skin or raised above it. Common areas to find them are on the cheeks. Never try to squeeze them out as there is no surface opening.