Moles are a delicate part of our epidermis so there’s no surprise as to why that is. Eve Clinics in London, Knightsbridge, is here to inform anyone who is looking to get moles removed of the process and the correct way of going about it. At our clinic we have the latest technology which can help you in the journey of achieving smoother skin. All of our treatments are done by our laser specialists with over 10 years’ experience.
Let’s get to understanding what a mole is and why some people want to get them removed and why some are anxious about it. Moles, essentially, are a cluster of cells in the skin, the same cells which give us the pigmentation of our skin. Moles can appear, flat or raised and can be dark or light in colour and in many cases are harmless. Moles become an aesthetic issue for some people when they are in places that they are not welcome, in most cases this is usually the face. Additionally, some raised moles can appear in places on the body where they can become highly irritated, such as the neck and underarms. These reasons, to name a few, are why many mole removal clients come to Eve Clinics, London, Knightsbridge. The good news is, with our highly trained specialists we can offer you a plan to get your moles removed cosmetic in the Clinic.
What is the process of co2 laser cosmetic mole removal?
Our highly trained specialists at Eve Clinics London Knightsbridge will assess the mole(s), if these moles are not suspicious our specialists will perform the mole removal with CO2 laser which can provide the best cosmetic results.
It is important to note that only non-suspicious moles can be removed with the CO2 laser.
How does co2 laser cosmetic mole removal work?
Our laser specialists will apply a numbing cream to the area to ensure complete comfort throughout. The mole is vaporised with the CO2 laser, no bleeding will result from this which is why the recovery time is very quick, just a few days with minimum risk involved. The timings of the removal vary from person to person, timings of the procedure will be confirmed with you at your consultation.
What happens after the mole is removed?
Once the moles are removed an antiseptic cream will be applied to the area, expect a healing process of up to 1 week. You can return to your lifestyle immediately but we recommend you avoid hot tubs, swimming pool or heavy exercising for up to 1 week.
You can expect a temporary reddish mark after the treatment and it is recommended to not expose the area in direct sun for up to 1 month, to avoid hyperpigmentation. Additionally, SPF 50 is recommended to be applied in the first 3 months.
Our specialists are ready to assist with cosmetic laser mole removal every step of the way. So, let’s take the first step and call us today for a consultation with our specialists.