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NEO ELITE AEROLASE® TREATMENT

SKIN TAG & CHERRY ANGIOMA REMOVAL

ABOUT THIS TREATMENT

At Skin Co Aesthetics, we use the Neo laser from Aerolase to offer an advanced solution for removing skin tags and cherry angiomas. The laser energy is precisely tuned to target hemoglobin and melanin, which are abundant in these benign lesions. This targeted approach allows for the effective coagulation of the unwanted vessels. The treated vessels are then naturally broken down and absorbed by the body, resulting in clear skin without invasive procedures. This treatment is quick, provides minimal discomfort, and is safe for all skin types, making it an ideal choice for those seeking a non-surgical option for skin imperfections.

Starting at $125 for up to 5 lesions / After 5: $20/per

Laser energy selectively targets and treats only the affected vessels.


Low risk of scarring or skin damage due to precise targeting.


Quick treatments with immediate return to daily activities.


High success rate in clearing skin tags and cherry angiomas.


Leaves skin looking smooth and clear post-treatment.

WHY WE LOVE IT

THE BENEFITS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Got Questions? We've Got Answers! Browse our FAQ section for quick insights into our treatments and services.

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Results can be seen immediately after the treatment as the targeted areas begin to dry out and fall off within a week.

How quickly does the treatment work to remove skin tags and cherry angiomas?

Most skin tags and cherry angiomas require just one treatment session for complete removal.

How many treatments are required to remove a skin tag or cherry angioma?

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The procedure is virtually painless, with most clients experiencing only a minor snapping sensation during treatment.

Is the procedure for removing skin tags and angiomas painful?

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Side effects are rare and typically mild, including temporary redness or slight swelling at the treatment site.

Are there any side effects of removing skin tags or angiomas with Aerolase?

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