Lasting Looks and Body Works - Permanent Cosmetics (CPCT) & Electrolysis (CPE)
   "Is the only true hair removal on the market today"
   It is a safe and proven method.  It removes unwanted hair from face, eyebrows, underarms, legs, bikini line, tummy or breast area for ladies and for men backs, arms, chest, whiskers, neck.
Any where on body for ladies and men.     
   A technique created more than 125 years ago to first treat ingrown hairs, it is suitableor a variety of skin and hair types and can help interested individuals achieve a smooth sleek appearance without the hassle of shaving. In general this type of procedure involves a fine metal probe or needle that is inserted into individual hair follicles to provide an electrical current to the surrounding tissue. The electricity damages the tissue impeding further hair growth and permanently eliminating hair.
   There are three basic types of electrolysis also called electric epilation treatments.
Electrolysis is effective for a wide range of individuals with varying hair and skin types. Unlike laser hair removal even individuals with gray, very light blonde or red hair can undergo electric treatments to eliminate the unwanted hair. 

  Furthermore treatments are safe to use on a variety of hair types including:
     Electrolysis is more effective than shaving Legs
     Bikini Zone
  The coarser the hair and the deeper the follicles the more treatments may be required for total eradication. Because of the sensitivity of the skin and the nature of the necessary equipment electric treatments are not possible on hair inside the ears or nose or for most hairs from moles.
 "Electrolysis does not burn or scar the skin whereas laser can...electrolysis can be used on ANY SKIN TYPE AND COLOR where laser CAN NOT!"
      Any where on the body -- female or male normally $3.00 per minute. 
  Special $2.00 p/m...if you have a large area to do $1.00 p/m after the first
15 minutes.
                      I  remove Spider Veins, Skin Tags, Moles / Warts
                                Skin Tag Removal--$20.00 to $30.00
                                Mole & Wart Removal --$40.00 to $55.00
                                  Spider Veins--15 mins. for $30.00

Before with wart                                                                            After with no wart

This client had been to a couple of Dr's. and had the wart removed several times but it kept coming back. I thought it would take atleast a couple of sessions because this wart ended up having three cores to it in stead of just one, and it did go deep. Thank goodness the one session took care of it. What I didn't take off, it came off by it self and this picture to the right is two weeks after the initial visit.

     I have been ask by several people what skin tags are, so I have added some information and pictures on skin tags.
                        According to Medilexicon's medical dictionary:
The surface of skin tags may be smooth or irregular in appearance, they are often raised
from the surface of the skin on fleshy peduncles (stalks). They are usually flesh-colored or
slightly brownish.

Initially they are quite small, flattened like a pinhead bump. Skin tags can range in diameter
from 2mm to 1cm; some may even reach 5cm.

As skin tags more commonly occur in skin creases or fold, it is believed they are mainly caused
by skin rubbing against skin.
What causes skin tags?
Skin tags are very common and generally occur after midlife. They are said to be caused by
bunches of collagen and blood vessels which are trapped inside thicker bits of skin.

They are believed to be the result of skin rubbing against skin. That is why they are generally
found in skin creases and folds.

Risk factors - a risk factor is something which increases the likelihood of developing a condition
or disease. For example, obesity significantly raises the risk of developing diabetes type 2.
Therefore, obesity is a risk factor for diabetes type 2. Skin tags are more common in: According
to the NIH (National Institutes of Health), USA, approximately 46% of people have skin tags.

A causal genetic component is thought to exist, i.e. susceptibility may be genetic. People with
close family members who have skin tags are more likely to develop themselves.
Can you get skin tags on the penis and scrotum?
Skin tags may occur at unusual sites like the penis, scrotum, and opening of the penis tip.
Tags are associated with friction at the location where they occur. Friction or repeat irritation
from condom use, underwear, sexual activity, masturbation, and urinary catheters may cause
skin tags on the penis and scrotum. Sexually transmitted viral conditions (HPV) like genital
warts in the genital area can require a tissue biopsy for diagnosis.
Are there vaginal skin tags?
While typical skin tags are not usually seen in the vagina or in other moist, mucosal surfaces,
there are other types of benign polyps that occur in these areas. Irritation polyps or soft
fibromas may occur on vaginal areas, mouth, and anal skin. Skin tags most commonly occur on
dry skinlike the neck, armpits, and groin folds. Genital warts, which are growths caused by a
sexually transmitted virus HPV, need to be considered in the possible diagnosis for growths in
genital areas. **If you have genital need a DOCTOR, NOT me!!!!!!!**
What happens when a skin tag suddenly turns purple or black?
A thrombosed or clotted skin tag may suddenly change colors and become purple or black.
Thrombosed skin tags are usually painless and are more concerning to the person because of
the color. Thrombosed skin tags typically may fall off on their own in three to 10 days and don't
require additional treatment.Skin tags that have changed color or bleed may require your
doctor's evaluation and reassurance. Rarely, thrombosed skin tags may be a sign of another
condition and need to be biopsied.
What else could it be?
While classic skin tags are typically very characteristic in appearance and occur in specific
locations such as the underarms, necks, under breasts, eyelids and groin folds, there are tags
that may occur in less obvious locations.Other skin growths that may look similar to a skin tag
but are not tags include moles (dermal nevus), nerve and fiber-type moles (neurofibromas),
warts, and "barnacles" or the so-called "Rice Krispies" (seborrheic keratosis). Warts tend to be
rougher, with a "warty" irregular surface whereas skin tags are usually smooth. Warts tend to
be flat whereas tags are more like bumps hanging from thin stalk. While warts are almost
entirely caused by human papilloma virus (HPV), tags are only sometimes associated with HPV.
Groin and genital lesions resembling skin tags may actually be genital warts or condyloma.
A biopsy would help diagnose which of these growths are not skin tags. Very rarely, a basal cell
skin or squamous cancer or melanoma may mimic a skin tag, but this is very uncommon.
The skin tag may have a narrow stalk (peduncle). 
Skin Tags are in all shapes,   
sizes and colors.
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