Electrocoagulation treatment, Skin tag removal, Broken capilliaries removal, Ruby point removal, blemish removal, Candela, syneron, elos plus,  medical aesthetics, medical spa

Electrocoagulation is a method of introducing electrical current to the skin  to effectively treat or remove:

  • Vascular Blemishes

    • Broken Capillaries

    • Spider Angiomas

    • Telangiectasia (Spider Veins)

    • Skin blotches.





Electrocoagulation: Treat or Remove

  • Superficial Skin Lesions

    • Cherry Angiomas (Ruby Points)

    • Acrochordon (Skin Tags)

    • Milia

    • Sebaceous Hyperplasia

    • Cholesterol Deposits

    • Seborrheic Keratosis

    • Dermatosis Papulos Nigra


Electrocoagulation is a highly effective treatment where a single use fine tipped sterile wire filament is placed on the surface of the blemish. Low level Radio Frequency (RF) and direct current passes through the filament to the skin condition being treated. For Broken Capillaries, Spider Angiomas and Telangiectasia (Spider Veins) the blood in the tiny vessels is clotted or coagulated and stops flowing, the vessel is then naturally absorbed into the surrounding tissue and will disappear. For Acrochordon (Skin Tags) Cherry Angiomas (Ruby Points), Milia, Sebaceous Hyperplasia, Cholesterol Deposits, Seborrheic Keratosis, and Dermatosis Papulos Nigra the lesion will be removed during the treatment or fall off within the days following the treatment.


During the treatment a topical anesthetic may be applied to diminish most of the discomfort. However, most clients find the treatment very tolerable, there may be a mild tingling or pinching sensation on the treatment area.

Blemishes & Lesions

Medical Skin Care

Medical Spa