Extraction and milia removal are medical procedures used to address common skin concerns. Extraction involves the removal of various types of skin imperfections, such as blackheads and whiteheads, through manual or mechanical techniques. A effective treatment for anyone suffering with acne
Milia removal, on the other hand, is specifically focused on eliminating tiny, pearly white cysts known as milia, which often form under the skin. Both procedures aim to improve skin clarity and texture, promoting a smoother and healthier complexion. Professional guidance and sterile tools are essential for safe and effective extraction and milia removal.
Clearer Pores: Extraction helps to remove excess sebum, debris, and impurities from the pores, leading to clearer and less congested skin.
Improved Skin Texture: By removing blackheads and whiteheads, extraction can result in smoother and softer skin, reducing the rough texture often associated with clogged pores.
Prevention of Acne Breakouts: Regular extraction can help prevent acne breakouts by preventing blocked pores from developing into inflamed pimples or cysts.
Elimination of Milia: Milia removal specifically targets the elimination of milia, those tiny white cysts that can form under the skin. This leads to a smoother and blemish-free complexion.
Quick and Low-Risk Procedure: Milia removal is typically a straightforward, low-risk procedure that can be performed by a dermatologist or skincare professional.
Single : £30
Course of 3 : £75
Course of 6 : £140
Frequently asked questions
Is Milia Removal/Extraction painful?
The procedure is usually well-tolerated, with minimal discomfort.
Is Milia Removal/Extraction a safe procedure?
The procedure is generally safe when performed by a dermatologist or trained skincare professional.
Are there any side effects after extraction?
Temporary redness, slight swelling, or minor bruising can occur after extraction, but these effects usually subside within a day or two.