Spotless Skin Solutions


A combination of methods re employed;
Radiosurgery – This is a procedure involving the use of radio waves to remove skin lesions and blemishes. Skin resurfacing, removal of warts, correction scarring can all be carried out with our sophisticated radio-surgical equipments.
CO2 laser – This is an ablative laser procedure where Co2 is usd to effectively cause thermal ablation of the tissues. This treatment is effective against various skin lesions and blemishes.
Q Switched ND Yag Laser – this laser procedure is effective for lightening moles within the deeper layers of the skin.

Dermatosis papulosa nigra (DPN)is a benign skin condition common among brown skin. They are multiple, small, hyperpigmented, papuples on the face, neck & body.
Warts Common warts are local growths in the skin that are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infection.. Warts are considered to be contagious, they can be spread to other areas by picking them.

Skin tags (acrochordons) are small portions of skin that appear to be attached to or protrude from normal skin - are a common benign condition of the skin. Usually just a few millimeters in diameter, they are attached to the underlying skin by a small band of tissue called a stalk or peduncle.

Milia is a keratin-filled cyst that can appear just under the epidermis or on the roof of the mouth Milia are commonly associated with newborn babies but can appear on people of all ages They are usually found around the nose and eyes, and sometimes on the genitalia, Milia can also be confused with stubborn whiteheads.

Mole, naevus, or naevi, from nævus, Latin for "birthmark" is the medical term for sharply-circumscribed and chronic lesions of the skin. These lesions are commonly named birthmarks and moles. Nevi are benign by definition. However, 50% of malignant melanomas (a skin cancer) arise from pre-existing naevi.

Xanthelasma (or xanthelasma palpebrarum) is a sharply demarcated yellowish collection of cholesterol underneath the skin, usually on or around the eyelids.[1] Where there is no family history of xanthelasmata, they usually indicate high cholesterol and may correlate with a risk of atheromatous disease.

Spider veins An estimated half of all adult women have some from of spider veins, which are clusters of visible red, purple, or blue veins usually visible on the ankles, calves, and thighs. Spider veins can appear at any time, but are most frequently reported in adult women between the ages of 30 and 60. In addition to being unsightly, spider veins are frequently associated with symptoms such as aching, burning, swelling, and night cramps.

Factors that cause spider veins to appear include prolonged sitting or standing, pregnancy and other hormonal changes, weight gain, aging, and heredity.

Options for eliminating spider veins involve : Laser vein removal or sclerotherapy. Both procedures are simple, relatively painless, and involve little time or discomfort during recovery.

Laser vein removal involves targeting a laser light at the spider veins, bypassing the skin. The hemoglobin absorbs the laser light, which causes the vessels to coagulate and be absorbed harmlessly into the system. Laser vein therapy can allow the cosmetic surgeon to more effectively target smaller areas and finer veins than is usual in sclerotherapy.

Sclerotherapy - the veins are injected with a saline or other similar solution, approximately one injection per inch, causing inflammation inside the vein, which causes the lumen, or cavity, of the vein to collapse and the vein to be subsequently reabsorbed.

Ear Hole Repair A lifetime of wearing earrings can cause the holes of pierced ears to weaken, stretch, and eventually, tear. Earlobe tears may be partial, resulting in an elongated or wide hole, or full, resulting in a split earlobe.

Fortunately, At Body Science we can repair damaged earlobes simply and effectively. Earlobe repair is a very quick procedure performed under local anesthesia. The damaged portion is removed and the tear is sutured closed, preserving the hole for earrings, if desired. The stitches dissolve in about a week and normal activities can resume immediately, as long as they don’t put any tension on the ears.