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Electrocoagulation is a safe, non-invasive, effective treatment for removal of skin blemishes.
BLEMISHES THAT CAN BE TREATED?
A skin tag is a small benign growth of skin that projects from the surrounding skin. Skin tags can vary in appearance (smooth, irregular, flesh colored, dark pigment, raised).
The process of skin tag removal leaves a scab which is not to be removed before it's ready to fall off by itself. This will ensure that there is no scar left after the treatment.
There may be a slight skin discoloration when the scab falls off, but it will diminish with time/exposure to sun.
Capillaries are tiny, superficial blood vessels.
Causes of capillary dilation include the following:
Heredity: Congenital weakness of blood vessel walls affects 15% of the population.
External Skin Aggressions: Capillaries may dilate due to sun exposure, excessive heats (sauna), from abrasions/wounds, aggressive comedon extraction or pinching, extended use of retinol-A, or simply aging.
Hormonal Causes: Women are prone to developing telangiectasia due to increased amounts of estrogen, menopause and pregnancy. During pregnancy woman have an increased volume of blood which can cause capillary dilation, however, this problem may disappear following birth.
Health Problems: High blood pressure, Rosacea, Scleroderma, Lupus, Reynaud's, Chronic Hepatitis, Alcoholism (alcohol dilates blood vessels and causes premature aging and loss of elasticity in tissues) can cause vascular conditions.
Medication: Oral contraceptives which have a hormonal influence/estrogen and vaso-dilators (usually prescribed for coronary health problems).
Climate: Drastic changes in temperature (extreme hot or extreme cold).
Other: Other causes of broken capillaries include heavy consumption of hot and spicy foods and strenuous exercise.
Ruby points are bright red vascular blemished which lie just under the surface of the skin. They are dome shaped or slightly raised and are most common on the trunk or torso and particularly in the midriff back or front. Most people aged 30 or over have at least one.
Spider angioma is a combination of ruby point and single dialted capillaries.