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Cherry Angioma

Cherry Angioma removal
and  treatments

Cherry Angioma Removal

Cherry Angiomas are small, round bright red blemishes that usually appear in your late 20’s, they can vary wildly in size from .5mm to 6mm and are found on the face and torso.  Cherry Amgiomas are a benign cluster of blood vessels and often known as blood spots, cherry angiomas or Campbell de Morgan spots.

They can be left untreated as they are harmless but people will often want Cherry Angioma removal for cosmetic reasons.

Cherry Angioma removal

Cherry Angioma removal is very quick and extremely effective using advanced electrolysis. The feeding vessel to the angioma is cauterised which immediately removes smaller angiomas.  Larger/raised angiomas may form a scab and in some cases may need a second treatment to remove, we strongly advise having the treatment whilst the angiomas are still quite small.  If your angioma is larger than 5mm we would recommend cryotherapy

The treatment session is 30 minutes and we can treat around 15-30 angiomas in this time, depending on size.  You will be able to resume your daily activities after treatment without any downtime although we do ask that you keep the skin cool and avoid any heat.

Appointments can be booked via our secure online booking form or by calling our clinic on 0207 792 9132.

We do suggest that you contact  your GP if you see any changes to the shape, colour or texture of the angioma.

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*****”About 10 days ago, I had a cherry angioma removal treatment with Natasha. This has honestly been fantastic, I am very impressed with the results! She removed about 30 of them in the 30min allocated, and I felt like she was working both effectively and with a high level of attention to detail”

Does it hurt ?

It is completely normal to feel anxious about the procedures. We use a range of topical anaesthetics to ensure that you are as relaxed as possible during the treatment and that any discomfort is kept to an absolute minimum. Most clients describe the sensation as ‘tingling vibrations’ rather than pain and many fall asleep during the procedure.

Opening hours:

Reception will be open from 8am - 8pm Monday to Saturday for calls and bookings

Clinic Hours

Monday: 10am - 6.30pm
Tuesday: 10am - 6pm
Wednesday: 10am - 6pm
Thursday: 10am - 6pm
Friday: 10am - 6pm
Saturday: Closed 
Sunday: Closed 



70 Chepstow Road,
Notting Hill,
London, W2 5BE
T: 0207 792 9132
E: info@borcianilondon.com


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