Gone in a Flash
SKIN TAG REMOVAL
Bye to bothersome skin tags
Skin Tag Removal FAQs
How do you remove skin tags.?
Dr Dara will first examine the skin tag to determine if it is benign. She will excise the skin tag and then cauterise the area to stop any bleeding. There are no stitches.
Which moles or skin tags can be treated?
Longstanding moles with normal characteristics
Any moles that have concerning features should be removed within the NHS for appropriate management.
How long will it take to see results?
The lesions will be removed immediately. However the area will have a small scab for a few days. After the scab falls of the skin will gradually return to a normal colour.
What are the side effects of Skin/Tag Removal?
It is normal for the treated area to be slightly red and to experience stinging, itching and tightness of the skin. These side effects usually subside in 2-3 days. On occasion there is residual pigmentation change which can take longer to fade.
What should I expect after my treatment?
Immediately after the treated area will have a scab. This will fall off over the next 3-5 days.
What should I do after my treatment?
Keep the area clean and dry. Do not exfoliate the scab, it will fall off on its own. The area can be camouflaged with mineral make up.
What is the cost?
Dr Seebaran Suite will create a bespoke treatment package that addresses your individual skin needs. As a guide, prices start at £75