Xanthelasma

Deborah Jones

Owner & Founder - Positive Pathways

Deborah has over twenty years experience as a hands on therapist, Lecturer and now Author of Electrolysis The Business. Her book has been written as a guide while students are studying for Level 3 VTCT Certificate in Electrolysis. Its also a great reference for blend settings and Base to Bulge® destruction.

You are in safe hands when looking for an advanced practitioner, her passion for electrolysis and constant commitment to client well being gives hope to anyone suffering from unwanted facial hair, with the permanent hair removal solution offered.

Deborah has been active member of the BIAE  (British Institute & Association of Electrolysis) for a number of years, and feels it is important to be associated with such an incredible organisation.

She keeps up to date with the latest skills and maintains a very high standard. Her knowledge and expertise are second to none………

 

Electrolysis is commonly know for unwanted hair removal, however now becoming increasingly popular for treating the following conditions.

Here is a list of all conditions that can be treated with advanced electrolysis (ACP)

  • Thread veins
  • Varicose veins and spider veins
  • Age Spot Removal
  • Xanthelasma
  • SkinTags
  • Milia
  • Warts
  • Seborrhoeic Keratosis
  • Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra
  • Campbell de Morgan (red blood spots)
  • Hairs from moles ( with doctors letter to confirm the mole is safe to treat)

15 minutes £45
30 minutes £75
60 minutes £120

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Xanthelasma Removal

Xanthelasma are soft or hard yellow fatty bumps on the inside corners of your eyelids. They can be associated  with high cholesterol, they are a accumulation of fatty deposits. They are harmless, if you’re bothered by the way they look, we offer a treatments that can remove of them.

You may have high levels of cholesterol or other fats in your blood. It’s also possible to have xanthelasma even if your cholestrol levels are normal.

Most people with xanthelasma are middle aged or older. It’s more common in women than in men.

It is recommended to seek advice from a GP prior to arranging a consultation

Xanthelasma usually won’t go away on its own. The growths will either stay the same size or get bigger over time.

We remove xanthelasma using an electrical current. It’s important to understand that there is always a risk of pigmentation or even for the xanthelasma to recur.

The lesion may require 2 to 3 treatments this  does however depend on the size.

This will be discussed at your initial consultation