Cherry Angiomas Removal and Treatment
Cherry Angiomas usually occur from your early 30’s and are caused by a small blood vessel, they are mostly found on the torso and are round, smooth and bright red in colour.
Often known as blood spots, senile angiomas or Campbell de Morgan spots, they can be left untreated as they are harmless but people will often want to remove them for cosmetic reasons.
Treating Cherry Angiomas is very quick, extremely effective and painless using electrolysis.
We do suggest that you speak to your GP if you see any changes to the shape, colour or texture of the angioma.
If you would like more information or to book your appointment, please contact us.