First, our expert therapists apply an anesthetic cream to the area around the mole. Then she inserts a tiny probe that sends an
electrical current (High Frequency A/C) into the growth.
We do not actually remove the mole with electrolysis, but more reduce the appearance of the mole. With the first treatment, we can reduce
the size of the mole while a second treatment gets it down to skin level, flat to the skin.
One thing to remember is that we can't guarantee that the color of the area will exactly match the rest of the skin. But, since
the mole has been reduced, the area will be much lighter than it was.
Most sessions last about 15-20 minutes and there is little or no risk of scarring.
Sometimes 2 or 3 treatments may be needed, especially for larger moles. And, if you want to keep your mole,
you can simply use electrolysis to remove the unsightly mole hair.
Laser Mole Removal
We recommend laser therapy if your moles have not responded to other methods of removal, including electrolysis.
We will apply a local anesthetic to the area and then use a probe to send an intense beam of focused
light into the mole, reducing it to skin level.