Skin Tags And Seborrhoeic Warts Removal


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Skin Tags 

Skin tags are benign growths that can vary in appearance from skin tone to dark brown. They have a genetic predisposition but often appear with increased age and in areas where there may be friction. They can often be easily removed and treated.

Seborrhoeic Warts

Seborrhoeic Warts are pigmented benign growths that can be easily mistaken for moles. They can be flat or sometimes become raised and larger as it progresses. These come with increasing age due to over production of keratinocytes.


CryoPen™ is a FDA and CE registered advanced cryotherapy innovation that is a fast, effective, safe and new solution for removal of skin imperfections.

How does it work?

The CryoPen™ emits a fine jet of nitrous oxide under high pressure, which allows the clinician to work with millimetre precision. This means the N2O is delivered directly to the treated area and not to the healthy surrounding tissue.

The tissue is destroyed by freezing the inter-cellular fluid, forming ice shards and crystals which rupture the membrane, thereby destroying the cell. It is an incredibly accurate and practical method for removal of skin imperfections.

Cosmetic procedures such as removal of skin-tags, millia and cherry angiomas, are no longer being treated by many doctors on the NHS. With the CryoPen™ you can now have these treatments here at Dermacare Salon.

CryoPen™ offers the ideal treatment for:

Skin tags

Solar lentigo

Sebhorroeic Warts

Age spots


Warts – hands & feet 

Cherry angioma

Sebhorroeic Warts

* Some lesions my require a Doctors note, please check to avoid disappointment.

What happens?

The applicator is held as close as possible to the skin imperfection, and moved quickly towards and away from it. This could be from 1-30 seconds, depending on the size and depth.  The CryoPen™ freezes at a rate of approximately 1mm per 5 seconds.

What does it feel like?

There will be a mild sensation similar to a stinging nettle on the skin when the nitrous oxide reaches the bottom of the area. There might be a little residual stinging for a few minutes after treatment. The area can be slightly itchy for about 10 minutes after the procedure and on occasion a blister might form and persist for a few hours.

Repeated short freezing cycles of 3-6 seconds at two-week intervals are recommended if you have a darker skin type.