Advanced Cosmetic Procedure Clinic (ACP)

Advanced Cosmetic Procedure Clinic Bolton

Advanced Cosmetic Procedures for Skin Imperfections

Safe & professional removal of unwanted skin blemishes at Evolve Skin Clinic

Wart Removal

Skin Tag Removal

Age Spots

Blood Spots

STEREX Skin Imperfection Removals

Advanced Cosmetic Procedure Treatments at Evolve

Vicky Kennedy has applied expert removal techniques in advanced cosmetic procedures for more than 28 years. For the removal of red veins and body blemishes, skin tags, warts, age spots and much more.

What is ACP?

Advanced Cosmetic Procedure (ACP) is a safe and effective way to remove unwanted skin blemishes such as warts, skin tags, moles, thread veins and much more. Treatments are quick and offer immediate results, usually leaving little or no residual marks on the skin.

How does it work?

The treatment is administered using Electrolysis, a skin-safe advanced cosmetic method similar to that used in Laser Hair Removal. Electrolysis cauterises the blemishes from the skin, which will usually fall off on the same day followed by a very quick healing time.

The Treatment

Here at Evolve Skin Clinic, we have over 30 years experience in the treatment of unwanted blemishes, and are fully qualified to administer treatments. A consultation is required prior to any treatment. Most blemishes can be removed in one treatment here at our clinic in Bolton.

For the effective removal of skin tags, blemishes, warts and much more we use Sterex Electrolysis, the world leader in non surgical cosmetic removal of skin blemishes.

Targeting the removal of skin tags and other blemishes using less energy, Vein Away is applicable on all parts of the body including sensitive areas such as ankles, knees and face.

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