Advanced Cosmetic Procedures – Skin Blemish Removal

by | Apr 11, 2024

“What exactly is Advanced Cosmetic Procedures (A.C.P.) ?”



An Introduction to A.C.P.

The removal of skin blemishes and lesions has never been safer and easier than with Advanced Cosmetic Procedures (ACP). Many clients are unaware that for just a few seconds of mild discomfort, a range of unwanted bumps and blemishes can be immediately, safely and permanently removed, often with life-changing results.

A.C.P. is probably one of the quickest and most effective ways to remove minor skin blemishes without injections, incisions, downtime, or surgery.

It is a quick and very efficient method that can achieve removal quickly, safely, and cost-effectively. A.C.P. Treatments, also known as Advanced Electrolysis, are predominantly for blemish and lesion removal. Whilst there is a reference to (Advanced) Electrolysis, it is not a method of Advanced Hair Removal.

I have been removing skin blemishes and lesions from clients for over 25 years, and I have to say that there is nothing more rewarding than helping a client by removing a blemish or lesion that they hate and have put up with for years!

Therapists assessing a Skin Lesion for Treatment

How does it work ?

The treatment process is known as cauterisation, which involves the local application of electrical current (short wave diathermy) via a tiny probe or needle. This heats the area to cauterise or destroy the blemish to leave the area neat and tidy.

What skin blemishes / lesions may be treated with ACP ?

A wide range of blemishes / skin conditions may be treated including:

Person with lots of Skin Tags on the neck
Advanced Cosmetic Procedures Mole removal before and after

How long does an Advanced Cosmetic Procedure Treatment take?

Some individual blemishes can be safely and completely removed in just a few minutes. In the case of numerous blemishes, the treatment plan depends on some factors including the type of lesion and the individual’s skin reaction.

Though several lesions can be removed in a single appointment, an area of skin must not be over-treated. If a large number of blemishes within a small area are to be removed, an individual treatment plan should be discussed with the client during the consultation.


What happens to the skin following the removal of a skin blemish?

Following removal, the treated area develops a scab (usually within an hour). Once the treated area has healed and the scab has fallen off, there is normally a small pink patch that fades over time.

The full healing time depends on the type and size of the lesion removed and the individual’s normal healing rate. Most people find that small blemishes are completely healed within a week whereas larger ones may take up to three weeks.

Is there much of a demand for A.C.P.?

Absolutely, and it’s increasing more and more every day.

The NHS no longer offers this type of treatment purely for cosmetic reasons, which is the reason why most people want treatment to help with self-confidence in their appearance.

As it is no longer available without charge through the NHS, going to a private hospital is a very expensive option. A great number of individual therapists and clinics are therefore greatly benefitting from the situation by offering these treatments as part of their service menus. This is because they can offer the treatments at a much more attractive price as they have cheaper overheads and are therefore providing a service that people want at an affordable price.



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Advanced Cosmetic Procedures Mole removal before and after
Advanced Cosmetic Procedures Mole removal before and after
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