Skin Tags

Skin Tags are very common and most frequently found on the neck and face. They can vary in size from a tiny speck to the size of a large pea or even larger. Not to be confused with moles.

Skin Tags are a common fibrous skin condition commonly found in areas of friction such as the axillae, under the breasts, groin or around the neck where necklaces or collars may irritate.

Skin Tags are very easily treated using Advanced Cosmetic Procedure techniques and whether they are tiny ones between the eyelashes or large ones under the arms there is a safe technique suitable for them.

Advanced Cosmetic Procedure is one of the quickest, easiest way of removing the problem in a safe and effective manner.


Milia appear when keratin (dead skin cells) gets trapped beneath the skin and blocks the pores. They are usually white or yellow in colour and are hard to the touch. They are often found around the upper cheek and eye area.

Their exact cause is unknown although they are often associated with dry skin or low-quality oil production. They can be caused by using beauty products which are too thick for the skin which stop the skin from natural exfoliating.

At The Skin health Clinic we use a simple and safe method of successfully removing Milia using Advanced Cosmetic Procedures.

A wide diversity of skin blemishes can be quickly and easily treated with immediate and effective results offering blemish free smooth skin.

Age Spots

The term age spot, or lentigines, refers to the brownish spots that, over time appear on the face and body as a result of over exposure to the sun. As we age our skin is subjected to more and more sun damage.

Our skin produces melanin pigment which absorbs sunlight and helps naturally to protect our skin from UV rays. However, as we age, our skins natural ability to fend off UV rays from the sun begins to deteriorate, and as a result, we see the development of age spots.

These age spots can be effectively removed and treated with ACP.

Spider Naevus / Blood Spots (Campbell de Morgan spots)

Spider Naevus is a central, dilated blood vessel with capillaries radiating away from the centre. They can be found in isolation or grouped together in areas such as the cheeks.

Blood spots are bright red, vascular blemishes which develop on the body (very often on the trunk or torso) and develop naturally as the skin ages and cell renewal slows down. They are known as Campbell de Morgan spots.