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Skin Tag, Moles & Warts Removal 

These are types of unusual skin growth on the skin that can developed anywhere on the body. Most of the skin growths are harmless and cause cosmetic concerns. Treatment for skin growths depends on several factors, including the type of growth, its size and location. Get assessed by our professional for the removal. 

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There are different types of warts. Usually small, rough growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Warts are contagious and can spread from one part of the body to another by scratching or shaving or to other people the hair. It is best to remove them at early stage whenever they appear. 



Moles are clusters of pigmented cells that appear as small, dark spots on the skin. With advancing in age, they can become raised and dome-shaped and often appear lighter. Most moles are benign.


Skin Tags

Skin tags are harmless skin-coloured or brown growths, which commonly occur on the neck, underarms, groin, and eyelids. They vary in size from less than 1mm to as large as 10mm and are usually asymptomatic.


Sebaceous Hyperplasias

Yellowish lesions seen on the cheeks, forehead with a central dimpling. Cause by the increase in proliferation of oil glands just below the surface of the skin. Treatment to flatten leisions.



Flesh coloured papules, often located just below or around the eyes due to abnormal proliferation of sweat ducts in the skin. Family history may be one of the factors. 


Seborrhoeic Warts

A benign leision which are brown and slightly raised. They may become fairly large and pigmented nodules and are commonly located on the face and can also be seen on the trunk, groin and sun-exposed areas. Can increases with age.

Removal Process

1. Analysis of the skin by our professional

2. Application of numbing cream on skin growths (~20mins)

3. Plasma laser removal 

4. Application of Recovery Gel

Schedule your Analysis

Get your professional advice and we look forward to help you achieve healthier and glowy skin.

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