Removing Moles, Milia + more



With Plasma fibroblast, we can remove any of these pesky skin concerns that have been annoying you for so long! 

Skin tags, Milia, Cherry angiomas, Spider nevi, and pigmentation spots.

You don’t have to go to a cosmetic doctor to remove them; it costs hundreds of $ to get rid of these moles with a doctor. They don’t use numbing during Surgical excision or shaving to remove a mole – However, when done that way, it can leave scarring.

Our procedure is quick and shouldn’t hurt; we don’t numb.

  • We can remove it, but you must visit your skin clinic to check your moles prior. Moles should be brown, tan, or flesh-coloured. Moles with red, blue, white, or grey spots could pose a risk of developing skin cancer. 

Plasma Fibroblast is the best way of removing Milia with no scar tissue; a little zap, pick, and it’s out. We can do any type on your eyelids, around many places on the skin and even on the eyelash line! Most commonly, they occur because dead skin builds up and gets trapped in the pores near the skin’s surface.

Like acne, we can eradicate milia in different ways, including with chemical peels, topical retinoids, and skin-care products like toners containing exfoliating alpha hydroxy acids (like glycolic acid) or cleansers with salicylic acid will stop it from growing.

  1. Application of over-the-counter adapalene gel or prescription tretinoin cream. – (Once you have milia – this will not eliminate them.) Not even on eyelids.
  2. Surgically remove the milia in your healthcare provider’s office using a needle to puncture the milia and squeeze out the contents. (They can bruise) 
  3. Cryotherapy to freeze the milia on your skin to remove them. – Not a good idea!


Cherry angiomas
They made cherry angiomas of small blood vessels, which gives them a reddish or purplish appearance. Stress, Aging, Genetics, and Chemical Exposure to the sun may be some of the causes; however, the exact cause and reason for the development of Cherry Angiomas have no known significance. 


Seborrhoeic keratosis
A seborrhoeic keratosis is one of the most common non-cancerous skin growths in older adults.
They can appear on the face, chest, shoulders or back. It has a waxy, scaly, slightly elevated appearance.

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