ACP Blemish Removal

ACP is an advanced form of Electrolysis used to safely and effectively treat multiple skin lesions, leaving you with a smooth even skin tone and complexion

What is ACP Blemish Removal?

Advanced electrolysis is an advanced form of electrolysis that uses a hot probe to cauterise blemishes from the skin.

About the treatment

A very small sterile needle is combined with a very short current of energy to cauterise skin lesions.

Who will benefit from ACP treatments?

The amazing thing about ACP is that everyone will benefit from having healthier skin! ACP can be tailored to treat specific skin conditions such as milia, thread veins, spider veins, skin tags, blood spots etc.

Why come to us for ACP Treatments?

ACP is a favourite of ours to perform as it gives instant results. We has successfully treated hundreds of people and many different lesions including skin tags, thread veins, spider veins, milia, seborrhoeic keratosis, xanthelasma and many more.

Due to Zoe’s experience with this treatment she was approached by Sterex, the manufacturer and national training centre for the ACP machine, they were writing a textbook and wanted her to be their featured practitioner.

She is honoured to know that she is in the book purchased by clinicians nationally, who are seeking training and a career in ACP. 

The treatment is quick to perform but requires skill, due to our knowledge and experience, downtime is minor so you can get on with your life with minimal disruption.

Education

We will not just perform your treatment but take you through a full skin analysis and education into your specific skin condition and how the treatments work

No hard sell

We don’t work to sales targets and don’t believe in hard sell so will never recommend you something you don’t need

Results

We take regular photos using our skin analysis machine to track your progress throughout your skin journey

Knowledge

We have many years experience throughout the team and can give you advice on all aspects of skincare and skin treatments that are right for your unique skin concerns

Environmentally conscious

We care about the environment and have many systems in place to reduce our carbon footprint and waste production

Caring

We care about our clients and offer a relaxed and friendly, yet professional environment in our beautiful clinic where you can relax and enjoy your treatment

ACP Conditions

Please find before and after photos for the different conditions ACP can treat.

ACP FAQ's

Here are some frequently asked questions regarding ACP Treatments

ACP is an acronym for Advanced cosmetic procedures.

Milia, thread veins, spider veins, skin tags, blood spots, seborrheic keratosis, DNP & Xanthelasma.

Side effects are mild, these include redness, swelling , scabs and dryness.

Avoid make up for the rest of the day, avoid heat for 48 hours, including exercise, avoid swimming for 48 hours, application of spf is essential everyday, avoid other treatments for 2 weeks, avoid retinols & acids for 1 week in the treatment area.

1 to 2 weeks, this will depend on how long your crusting takes to shed off. Redness and swelling can be expected for 24 hours after treatment

There is a little discomfort but most clients find it very tolerable and the procedure is quick to perform.

These are hard white round bumps under the skin which contain keratin, advanced electrolysis cauterises them so they harden up and fall off.

Mainly found in friction areas they appear as a stalk-like attachment and a mushroom appearance on top. Advanced electrolysis works to remove the skin tag where the stalk meets the skin, results are instant and permanent.

Xanthelasma are fatty deposits found around the eye, they can be linked to high cholesterol. Advanced electrolysis works by tapping the hot probe over the full surface of the lesion which causes it to cauterise, harden up and fall off. Most lesions take just 1 treatment to remove but some may need additional treatments. If you are prone to them they can return in the future but this wouldn’t happen for many years.

Blood spots are bright red, superficial and vascular, slightly domed shaped or raised. Advanced electrolysis works to cauterise them to shut the capillaries down and subsequently cause them to disappear.

Seborrhoeic keratosis are skin lesions found all over the body, they are commonly linked to sun exposure and ageing. Advanced electrolysis works to cauterise them at the skin line and instantly remove them from the skin. Most lesions take just 1 treatment to remove but some may need additional treatments. If you are prone to them you can get new ones in the future.

Advanced electrolysis is a proven treatment to target and reduce common skin blemishes. A very small sterile needle is combined with a very short current of energy to cauterise skin lesions.

Yes but more than 1 treatment may be required for the optimum results.

This will depend on the blemish being treated, some lesions can take a few sessions, milia, seborrhoeic keratosis and skin tags tend to only need one treatment. Your practitioner will advise you on the suspected number of treatments required at your consultation.

Prices will vary based upon your location and the experience of your practitioner. We charge £85 for the treatment which includes a free top up treatment if one is required.

Yes, the treatment is very safe with minimal side effects.

This will vary depending on the blemish being treated, your practitioner will advise you on the suspected number of treatments required at your consultation.

Yes, ACP is safe to perform on black and brown skins, however these skin colours do have more risk of developing post inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Daily SPF application and avoiding sun exposure are essential following this treatment to prevent this from happening.