What are Syringomas and how does Syringoma Reduction work?
Syringoma can be caused by overgrowth of cells in the sweat glands. Technically they are small benign tumours, typically no more than 1-3mm in diameter. Syringoma is often mistaken for Millia, but unlike that skin condition, the blemishes it causes do not contain hard keratin.
Syringomas typically arise under the eye, appearing as flesh-coloured or creamy bumps. Since the condition is so often found in such a sensitive area, great care has to be taken when Syringoma Removal and Reduction Treatments are being carried out.
How do we approach Syringoma Removal at Bellissima?
Here at Bellissima’s Yorkshire clinic, your therapist will use a small needle and low Thermolysis current to shrink the blemish. You should expect to see some swelling immediately after treatment, and small scabs will form. Rest assured that these will clear up within two weeks. We recommend that clients coming to us for Syringoma Removal should only have one eye be treated at a time.
A 15 to 30 minute treatment is recommended, depending on the area to be treated and the number of blemishes. Our clients usually say that, although they find the treatment mildly uncomfortable, it’s really nothing more than as a warm stinging sensation which is easily tolerable.
A consultation will be carried out with your Bellissima Exclusive therapist, here in Leeds, to discuss Syringoma Reduction in detail before any treatment takes place. It is crucial that we know for certain that the blemishes are caused by Syringoma, rather than any similar-looking condition, before we start treatment.
*Disclaimer: All treatments are based on suitability, medical questionnaire and consent. We can't guarantee the results of our treatments. Results differ from person to person and the likely effectivity will be discussed with you during your initial consultation. Permanence of results is not guaranteed.
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A fine needle and a low Thermolysis current are used to shrink the blemish.