18 Mar 2010

Thread Veins also known as Red Veins

A red vein that was on our clients forehead.

There are many causes but they are easily treated and results can be instant.

Red Vein Thread Vein Before        

Red Vein/ Thread Vein

Before treatment


After a full consultation our client had 1 treatment


Red Vein / Thread Vein After Treatment

Red Vein / Thread Vein

Immediately after 1 treatment



18 March 2010 23:18 GMT+00:00    Posted By: Helen Percicoe
16 Mar 2010

This client presented with a Seborrheic Keratosis or Seborrheic Wart on her neck which continued to get bigger.  Our client felt that it was unsightly as unless she was wearing a high neck top it was on view Also it was begining to catch on clothing and jewellery.  This is a very easy skin condition to remedy usually requiring only one treatment.

Having conducted a full consultation with the client the Seborrheic Keratosis was treated using Sterex Advanced Cosmetic Procedure techniques.

Seborrheic Keratosis / Wart (Before)

Before Treatment


Two weeks later the client returned for her follow up consulation and the following picture was taken.  As you can see it is very hard to see where the Seborrheic Keratosis/ Wart was.

Our client was delighted with the results.


After 1 treatment

2 weeks later



16 March 2010 09:48 GMT+00:00    Posted By: Helen Percicoe
16 Feb 2010

Usual ways of hair removal, such as, for example shaving, plucking, chemical creams and waxing are merely temporary. The smooth, hairless skin might only last several hours to several days before fresh growth takes place and the hair should be removed once more.

Constantly shaving, plucking, waxing and using chemical hair removers can cause skin irritation and sometimes dangerous infections. Using a method like shaving is costly as razors and shaving cream need to be constantly replaced. Chemical creams also cost a lot of cash for an outcome that is not permanent and often cause skin irritations and burns.

One permanent method to remove hair without regrowth is electrolysis hair removal.

During this procedure, a technician puts a thin needle into the hair follicle where an electric charge is administered.The electric pulse destroys the follicle and prevents hair regrow. Electrolysis only needs to be performed on an area several times to receive the benefit of permanent hair removal. The FDA has approved electrolysis treatment.

For permanent results, electrolysis is much better than other hair removal systems. Hair removed by electrolysis will never grow back, whereas hair removed with shaving, plucking, waxing and other methods will grow back after some time.

While the cost of electrolysis may seem expensive at first, it is far cheaper than repeatedly purchasing shaving supplies, chemical hair removers and waxes for the rest of your life.

Other hair removal systems take time each week or even each day to remove hair, so electrolysis saves time in the long run.

Another benefit of electrolysis is that it can be used on any hair, anywhere on the body. It can also be used on various types of hair so that people with diverse ethnic backgrounds may all use it.

People with darker skin may not be able to use laser hair removal because it have an effect on pigment, whereas any skin color can benefit from electrolysis use. Choosing electrolysis saves money and time, while providing a permanent solution to hair removal.


16 February 2010 03:58 GMT+00:00    Posted By: David Wong

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