Cherry Angiomas (Blood Spots)
Treatment

Blood Spots Removal (Cherry angiomas) – Treating Them with Advanced Electrolysis

Blood Spots or Cherry Angioma spots are otherwise called Campbell De Morgan spots. This is a common skin condition that usually appears on the face and neck of adults.


The treatment for blood spot removal is Advanced Electrolysis Treatment using Thermolysis to remove them from your skin permanently.


We will discover the causes and treatments for Blood Spots so you can know what to do if you have these tiny red dots on your face or around your neck!

What Are Blood Spots? (Cherry Angioma)

Blood spots are also called Campbell De Morgan Spots. They usually appear on the face and neck of adults. Blood spots can be red or blue, small (less than 0.25 inches) to large patches, raised from skin surface resembling a scab, with an irregular shape that is flat with blood vessels visible under the skin.


What Causes Blood Spots?


The most common cause is the uncontrolled growth of melanocytes (cells that produce a pigment called melanin ) in the top layer of your skin, which results in an overproduction of pigments or red blood cells. Regardless of their colour, they are usually benign and do not pose any severe health.

How To Remove Blood Spots? (Cherry Angioma )


The treatment for blood spot removal is Advanced Electrolysis Treatment using Thermolysis to remove them from your skin permanently.


Before Your Treatment


The experienced practitioner will first clean the area entirely and then mark out an accurate treatment zone.


The Thermolysis probe is inserted into a tiny opening in your skin at precisely the correct depth, which provides safe, controlled heating of tissue to destroy unwanted blood vessels or cells (melanocytes) producing pigment/blood spots beneath the surface without harming adjacent, healthy tissue.


The treatment is quick, painless and can be completed in only a few minutes per site.


After Treatment

You may notice a small amount of swelling after Blood Spot removal Treatment. The area we’ve treated may look different, but this is normal and will be gone within a day or two.


The Blood Spot will have been reabsorbed by the time some scabs come away. It may take a few weeks for the treated area to get back to its normal colour.

Who Is At Risk For Getting Blood Spots? (Cherry Angioma)

Blood spots (Cherry Angioma ) are common in adults. They usually appear on the face and neck of adults, but they can also occur anywhere on the body where there is a lot of sun exposure.


People with fair skin are more likely to be affected by blood spots than people with darker skin. This condition occurs mainly in people aged 30 or over, but it can also happen in children.

Preventing Blood Spots (Cherry Angioma)

You can avoid blood spots (Campbell De Morgan Spots) by protecting your skin with sunscreen and avoiding the sun. Protection from the sun will help prevent the overproduction of pigments or red blood cells in the top layer of your skin due to exposure to UV rays from sunlight, which may lead to an overproduction of pigments or red blood cells.


If you’ve been feeling self-conscious or embarrassed about the unsightly blood spots on your skin, come to our clinic. We offer treatments for removing these marks and will be happy to give you a free consultation so that we can examine your skin and recommend the best treatment for you. Contact us today!

Advanced Electrolysis for Permanent Blood Spot Removal


Frequently Asked Questions

Can Blood Spots On The Skin Be Removed?
The most common cause of blood spots on the skin is the uncontrolled growth of melanocytes in your top layer of skin. The treatment for these pigments or red blood cells (blood spots) is Advanced Electrolysis Treatment using Thermolysis to permanently remove them from your skin.
What Are Some Treatments For Removing Blood Spots?
Some other treatments for eliminating blood spots include:
  • Laser treatment
  • Cryotherapy
  • Topical creams and lotions or gels containing hydroquinone, tretinoin, bleomycin sulfate (bleach)
What Are Some Ways To Prevent Blood Spot Removal?

Many factors can contribute to the formation of blood spots on the skin.


The best way to avoid them is by protecting your skin with sunscreen and avoiding the sun. Protection from the sun will help prevent the overproduction of pigments or red blood cells in the top layer of your skin due to exposure to UV rays from sunlight, which may lead to an overproduction of pigments or red blood cells.

What Are The Risks Associated With Blood Spot Removal?

The Thermolysis probe is inserted into a tiny opening in your skin at precisely the correct depth, which provides safe and controlled heating of tissue to destroy unwanted blood vessels without harming adjacent healthy tissue. It’s swift, painless and can be completed in just a few minutes per site.


There is minimal risk of infection, and most people recover without any problems from the treatment.

How Do I Get Rid Of Blood Spots On My Face?
We offer treatments for removing these marks and will be happy to give you a free consultation so that we can examine your skin and recommend the best treatment for you. Contact us today!
Are Blood Spots Serious?

Blood spots are not severe, but they can be very unsightly.


The most common cause of blood spots on the skin is the uncontrolled growth of melanocytes in your top layer of skin. The treatment for these pigments or red blood cells (blood spots) is Advanced Electrolysis Treatment using Thermolysis to permanently remove them from your skin.

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