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Electrolysis Centre N.I.

111A Bloomfield Avenue,

Belfast

BT5 5AB

 

Tel: 028 9046 6909

Mobile: 07708 054184

 

Email: info@electrolysiscentreni.co.uk

 

Opening Hours:

Monday, Wednesday & Thursday

10.00a.m. to 6.00p.m.

Tuesday

12.00 to 8.00p.m.

Trichiasis

Trichiasis is a common eyelid abnormality in which the eyelashes are misdirected and grow inwards toward the eye. Those inward-turning lashes rub against the cornea, the conjunctiva (the thin, clear membrane covering the sclera, which is the white part of the eye) and the inner surface of the eyelids, irritating the eye.

 

Syringoma

These are benign tumours of the eccrine sweat glands and look like milia but are softer and more oval whereas milia are usually round. Again they occur from adolescence onwards and usually occur around the eyes.

 

Sebaceous hyperplasia

This is an overgrowth of, or a blocked sebaceous gland. It occurs from adolescence onwards, most commonly on the face but may appear anywhere, sometimes singly, but also in multiples. It is yellowish or whitish in colour with a central umbilication (a dip where the pore is) and tiny capillaries may be visible. It may be mistaken for milia.  

 

Spider naevi

These are small, bright red, faintly pulsating lesions (raised blood spots) with a number of tiny blood vessels radiating from them to resemble the legs of a spider.  The centre is about 1mm in diameter and the whole lesion including the legs is 5-10mm across. They are more common in women. They may develop during pregnancy and also the contraceptive pill can contribute to the condition.15%-20% of healthy adults have one or more spider naevi. Spider naevi most commonly occur on the face, forearms, hands and ears. They blanch when pressure is applied and refill again from the centre outwards when pressure is released.

 

Moles

The average mole is due to a localised overgrowth of pigment cells and blood vessels. They may be pigmented or non-pigmented and may be present at birth or appear during childhood or early adulthood. They may contain hairs that are strong and dark due to the plentiful supply of both blood and melanin.

 

 

Rejuvenation

IPL skin rejuvenation treatment can refresh the skin and help to reduce the appearance of lines, wrinkles, roseaca and discoloration of the skin. It’s a relatively quick and easy procedure.

Unlike laser treatments, the IPL skin rejuvenation treatment provides a non-erosive solution to improving the texture, quality, colour and health of your skin.

 

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