Electrolysis is a method of removing skin tags on the skin using high-frequency electric current. The electric current creates a coagulator and causes a volume thermal damage to the tissue around the site of exposure. A dry crust is formed at the site of the remote site of tissue, which disappears within 1 to 6 weeks. If the tumor was large and deep, after healing, a depigmented spot may remain in this place, which will disappear with time.


  • Milia
  • Papilloma
  • Keratosis
  • Solar Lentigines
  • Cherry Angioma
  • Acne
  • Sebaceous Hyperplasia
  • Surface veins
  • Moles

Milia Removal

Milia (SB Bumps) is a small white formation on the skin, about 2-3 ml in diameter. The appearance of this cosmetic defect is not accompanied by itching or pain, but causes esthetic discomfort.


  • eyelids
  • eye area
  • cheeks
  • body (appears less frequently)

The causes of milia:

  • Stagnation of sebum, which occurs as a result of changes in the composition of sebum and its greater density
  • Insufficient cleanliness of the skin
  • Lack of personal hygiene and proper care contributes to the development of pathogenic microflora
  • Neglect of exfoliation (use of scrubbing agents)
  • Dead particles of the upper layer of the epidermis must be removed, as they not only interfere with the development of young cells, but also make it difficult to separate sebum
  • Poor cosmetics, including abuse of foundation, can lead to blockage of the ducts of the sebaceous gland
  • Unbalanced diet
  • The abundance of flour, sweet, as well as high-calorie foods can trigger this kind of formation on the skin
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Endocrine diseases
  • Excessive UV exposure

Our Milia Removal Procedure:

  • Deep Cleansing
  • Electrolysis