Electrolysis Explained

Here at Seaview Beauty Clinic we offer expert skin care advice on a variety of skin conditions, from unwanted hair and skin blemishes to conditions such as acne and rosacea, pigmentation and dehydrated skin. We understand the emotional as well as physical impact some skin conditions can cause, which is why we have a team of specialists who use a holistic approach to find the root cause of the condition, before offering advice on how to deal with the symptoms and ongoing prevention.

We offer several treatments to help combat conditions such as unsightly hair and skin blemishes, which are quick, painless and long lasting. We appreciate that sometimes it can feel embarrassing or intimidating to talk about these things, so we ensure a one to one personal consultation is carried out in complete confidence whilst demonstrating the optional therapies. It is important each client feels comfortable and happy before undergoing any treatment.

Here are some of the therapies we offer, explained:

Electrolysis:

Unwanted hair on the face and the body can make us feel insecure, vulnerable and unhappy. Reasons for over stimulated hair growth vary, but the cause is often hormonal changes or imbalance owing to age, stress or illness. Hirsutism, polycystic ovary syndrome and anorexia can also result into male pattern hair growth in women. Jane and her team can help you to end the battle with unwanted hair starting from today.

Advanced Cosmetic Procedures using Electrolysis:

Advanced Electrolysis is a very effective technique to treat a variety of minor skin conditions and abnormal growths. The results are exceptional – no marks are left on the treated skin, no scarring occurs and it’s suitable for everyone.

A wide range of skin blemishes can be treated with Advanced Electrolysis, including red veins, thread veins, broken capillaries, spider naevus, skin tags, milia and blood spots (also known as Campbell de Morgan spots). Thread veins and broken capillaries are commonly found on the face and can be caused by factors including ageing, pregnancy, harsh weather and smoking. Blood spots are bright red blemishes on the body, while skin tags (though harmless) can be unsightly and milia are small, white, hard keratin-filled cysts, which lie commonly around the eye area.

You no longer have to contend with these issues or wait to see a doctor – just pop in or give us a call and we can chat through a solution that will best suit you.

Jane Baranova-Gibbs

Jane Baranova-Gibbs

Opening the Seaview Beauty Clinic has been a dream come true for me. As a child growing up in Russia I dreamt of becoming a doctor but my life was turned upside down when my family and I were forced to leave and become refugees in Holland. This was a difficult time particularly as a teenager with little money and bad skin but I have always had a hunger for knowledge so my interests soon turned to reading and researching everything about skincare. This newly found passion paid off when several years later after lots of hard work I was presented with a degree in beauty and holistic therapies. But my journey was only just beginning and my quest to help others become healthier, happier and enhance their natural beauty got stronger. Encouraged by mother and grandma who said I had magical hands.

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