Besides being unsightly, warts can also be tender, itchy, or inflamed. Warts may go away on their own, without any treatment at all. But if the growth is on your face, hands, or somewhere that is always being irritated by clothing or jewelry, then the thought of waiting for a wart to go away can be both discouraging and frustrating.
This is why you need professional help from CoLaz Skin Blemish Removal the right time.
CoLaz offers two advanced treatment to combat this menace of warts on hands, fingers, face and feet. While each treatment spans only a short while, the results leave no scars like surgery does.
There are several different types of warts including plane (flat), common, and verrucas. They can appear singularly or in large clusters or lines and may range from skin-colored to dark brown.
Seborrhoeic keratosis is the only type of wart not caused by a virus but by aging, sun damage, or genetics. Seborrhoeic warts don't look like typical warts. People often mistake them for a beauty spot, but they're not. In fact, they are quite rough. They are also contagious. It is always better to remove them early to prevent more from appearing.
If these irritating growths have become the bane of your existence, there is no need to live with them any longer. We can easily remove them for you. Whether you have warts on fingers, face, toes, soles, or anywhere else on the body, CoLaz has the definitive solution for you.
Electrolysis is a relatively new among the treatments for wart removal that has shown amazing success. It provides quicker results than topical treatments and is much less invasive than electro surgery.
Typically, it takes about a week for the wart to fall away and there is very little risk of scarring.
First, our expert technician applies an anesthetic cream to the area around the wart. Then, she inserts a tiny probe that sends an electrical current (High Frequency A/C) into the growth. This will cause the wart to scab over and fall off.
Each treatment takes only about 15 minutes, though some types of warts are more resilient than others and may require more than one session.
We recommend laser therapy if your warts have not responded to other methods of removal, including electrolysis. We will apply a local anesthetic to the area, and then we use a probe to send an intense beam of focused light into the wart. The wart is destroyed by burning the tissue that comprises the wart.
Colaz makes sure that all the wart removal treatments it provides are safe on you, so that you can rely on us for the best.
Feel free to book a free consultation or treatment today at any of CoLaz's four locations in London, Southall, Slough, and Hounslow. Our experienced staff would be happy to meet you and discuss the best solutions for your wart removal.