Milia Removal

These are small white pearly lumps which occur in the uppermost layer of the skin when sebum (natural skin oil) becomes trapped in a blind duct.

Milia are more common on dry skin but can also appear in response to injury like sunburn. Milia are treated by applying heat energy into them. After treatment, a tiny pin-dot crust will form which will heal and fall away usually within a few days leaving no marking at all.

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Opening Hours

Occasional Saturdays available by prior arrangement.


Please note that 48 hours’ notice is required for cancellations & appointment changes - cancellations of less than 24 hours’ notice are charged at 50% of all treatments booked.

Missed appointments & cancellations of less than 2 hours are charged at 100% of booking.

We are all individuals, therefore, results from treatments may vary from person to person. Results will last a different amount of time from person to person depending on variables such as the individual’s metabolism, lifestyle and area of treatment; this may even vary between treatments for an individual. Results, downtime and recovery following treatment will vary. Side effects that may occur are redness, swelling, tenderness and bruising at the injection site, however, these are mild and temporary.

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