Advance Cosmetic Procedure

Effective treatment for the removal skin disorders and blemishes 

This group of disorders and blemishes appear as a collection of small pigmented growths, which are commonly associated with black skin types. These growths can be  undesirable but are benign in nature and harmless. Clients however may find them distressing and seek advice about there removed. I shall be discuss three of the most common growths and how they can be easily and effectively removed. 

This group of disorders and blemishes appear as a collection of small pigmented growths, which are commonly associated with black skin types. These growths can be  undesirable but are benign in nature and harmless. Clients however may find them distressing and seek advice about there removed. I shall be discuss three of the most common growths and how they can be easily and effectively removed. 

 

Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra (DPN) is a benign skin condition that presents itself as black or brown papules on the skin, which can appear as  flat or raised fibrous tissue on the skin surface. These mole like bumps are usually between 1-5mm in size and are typically seen on the cheeks, forehead, neck and torso although they can be found in other areas.

 
Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra

Skin tags are small benign bobbles  which may  look like a small ball of hanging skin. These tags are also known an cutaneous papilloma and appears mainly in areas where friction occurs,  such as the neck, groin, arm pits or under the breast. They can be as small as a pin head growing to the size of a golf  ball.

Skin Tags

Seborrheic keratoses are no-ncancerous skin growths that many black people develop as they age around  50. They often appear on the back or chest, but can develop on any part of the body. Seborrheic keratoses grow slowly, in groups or singularly  and can become numerous if left untreated. Most people will develop at least one seborrheic keratosis during their lifetime.

Seborrhoeic Keratosis

 Treatment of Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra

If you have any of the above growths, the good news is you can have them easily and safely removed. These skin imperfections can be treated by electro-cauterization an advanced procedure of electrolysis, which has been used in the beauty industry for many years to permanently remove unwanted hair. Advance Cosmetic Procedure (ACP) allows your  specialist to treat a wide variety  of skin blemishes. This method is probably the safest and least invasive of all methods of treatments for these skin disorders and blemishes. It is a sensible and easy choice with effective results which are both life enhancing and pleasing to the eye. A detailed consultation is required by a qualified advance cosmetic specialist to determine suitability of treatment.  

Once the skin is treated a scab is formed the same size as the papule, this  will fall off after a few days. The skin takes two weeks to heal and may be slightly lighter in colour then before treatment. Your skin colour returns to its normal pigmentation in two to three weeks leaving your skin blemish free,  smooth and more youthful looking.  

If you have any questions or would like  a consultation

please contact:

Corinne White 

in.blackbeautyelite@gemail.com

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