If you have an unsightly mark or bump on your face or body we can remove it safely and effectively. We offer several quick and painless treatment options to people in Torrance and South Bay.
Whether it’s a small tag or a tiny mole that worries you, visit Los Angeles’s most reliable medical spa for a free evaluation! Mole and Skin tag removal has never been easier!
How does Skin Tag and Mole Removal work?
Firstly, remember that skin is the largest organ in your body. Therefore, it is essential to care for it and assess it frequently. Skin tags are benign moles/tumors that are common in areas like the neck, underarms, groin, and face. Usually, skin tags are painless and harmless, and so is skin tag removal!
If you wish to have them removed, it can easily be done with a device called 'Hyfrecator'. Skin tags can also be removed by using liquid nitrogen or with surgical excision if necessary. However, we do recommend you to come in for a free check-up before choosing a method.
As for the moles, they are a common type of skin lesion. Even though the majority of moles are not dangerous, you should have a mole checked out by a physician to find out if it is irregular, and find out of the mole is cancerous. For example, if you have noticed a change in the size or color of the mole, we suggest you come for a free check-up. After all, if a laser mole removal is needed, it is a simple office procedure.
It is important that you do not deal with skin tags and moles at home. We do offer different mole removal methods that are virtually painless. However, we can numb the area before removing them if you want to.
How much does Skin Tag and Mole Removal cost?
All options come with a FREE consultation and a ZERO purchase obligation.
What happens when I come for a free consult to get a skin growth or tag removed?
During your free consult, one of our highly skilled medical professionals will assess the treatment area and discuss the best treatment options for your goal.
What can be treated with this procedure?
We can usually treat skin tags, fibromas, cherry angiomas, cholesterol deposits, keratosis, broken capillaries, calcium bumps, milia, and more.
Is there any downtime?
The treated area will be discolored temporarily, so you may want to use a Band-Aid or tinted moisturizer to cover the treated area.
How do I care for the area after the procedure?
Do not pull, pick, or peel the skin at the treatment area. Let the area heal naturally on its own for a few weeks. Once the healing process is complete, your skin will return to normal!
How long will the procedure take?
It can take anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes.
Is it okay to remove these skin growths?
One of our highly skilled medical professionals will assess the area and ensure that it can be treated safely. Most skin growths are not cancerous and can be safely removed. If there are any questionable growths, we may refer you out for alternative care.
Is the treatment permanent?
Yes! Once a skin growth is removed, it rarely returns. New ones may still appear in other places on your body if your skin is prone to these growths.
What are skin growths?
Skin growths are collections of a variety of cells. They look different than the surrounding tissue and can be raised or flat, present at birth or develop later in life, and a variety of different colors, including dark brown, black, or red.
What are skin tags?
Skin tags are skin growths that being as fleshy, small brown spots and may grow on a small stem or stalk. They are small, soft, harmless, and skin-colored or slightly darker. They can be found on most areas of the body, but are most commonly found on the armpits, neck, or trunk. The cause of skin tags is unknown, but they commonly appear during middle age.
Can skin tags be cancerous?
Skin tags are not cancerous. They seem to be genetically inherited and can also develop in women during pregnancy. Skin tags are usually not problematic and have no symptoms; however, they can be unattractive or hurt and sometimes bleed when clothing rubs against them.
When should I remove my skin tag?
If your skin tag begins to bleed, become irritated, or cause embarrassment, then you may want to have it removed.
What are cherry angiomas?
Cherry angiomas are also known as ruby spots. They are clusters of dilated capillaries, or blood vessels, that are harmless. They are bright, cherry red spots that are smooth in texture and are typically seen on the upper legs and trunk; however, they can also be found on the arms, neck, or face. The cause of cherry angiomas is unknown, and they are more commonly seen after the age of 30.
What is a cholesterol deposit?
Cholesterol deposits, also known as Xanthomas, are fat deposits that create lumps under the skin. They are commonly found on the hands, knees, elbows, buttocks, and feet.
What are milia?
Milia are dead skin cells that become trapped under the surface tissues of the cheeks, nose, and chin. It may become inflamed and look like acne; however, it is not.