Skin Tag Removal

Skin Tag Removal with Lamprobe:


LAMPROBE is an effective modality used to quickly and safely remove lesions, growths, and skin irregularities.  Using a combination of radio frequency currents, the LAMPROBE can be used to treat milia, skin tags, cholesterol deposits, cherry angiomas, and benign moles.  Without breaking the surface of the skin, the LAMPROBE can quickly fade, diminish, or remove bothersome areas on the body. Each treatment is easily tailored for each individual patient.  Unlike cryotherapy, the skin tag removal device ensures a more precise treatment.  We do not perform LAMPROBE on the face or neck.

LAMPROBE can handle:

1. Skin tag removal
2. Cherry angiomas
3. Sebaceous hyperplasias
4. Clogged pores
5. Milia (tiny keratin-filled cysts)
6. Cholesterol deposits around the eyes
7. Other minor skin flaws


Who is a good candidate for the LAMPROBE?

The ideal candidate for a treatment with the LAMPROBE will be someone in overall good health, unhappy with minor, benign skin conditions.  Both men and women can find excellent results with the procedure.  With a choice of four different probes, each LAMPROBE treatment can safely treat any skin type.  Call us to schedule a complimentary consultation appointment in order to determine if a LAMPROBE treatment is the right procedure for you.

The LAMPROBE procedure:

A treatment with the LAMPROBE typically does not require any anesthesia or numbing agents.  The process takes a few minutes per treatment spot.  Depending on the area being treated and the size of the lesion, a repeat LAMPROBE session may be required.  The LAMPROBE can be combined with other aesthetic procedures for optimal results.

LAMPROBE recovery:

Depending on the type of lesion treated, patients should expect the recovery period after a LAMPROBE treatment to take from several days to a few weeks.  Minor redness and possibly a small scab may occur at the treatment site, but this will diminish as the blemish fades.  Depending on the area, no downtime may be required after a LAMPROBE procedure. Patients may be able to immediately return to work or school, without restrictions.

Schedule a consultation appointment at Medspa1064 to learn about the LAMPROBE treatment today.  A personalized treatment plan will then be created and designed to meet your unique needs and desires.

Skin Tag Removal - Lamprobe



What is the lamprobe skin tag removal?

The LAMPROBE is a revolutionary instrument used to effectively reduce any number of skin irregularities on the body.  The LAMPROBE is used to improve the appearance of minor skin flaws, cherry angiomas, milia, and much more.

What areas can benefit from the LAMPROBE?

The LAMPROBE can be used to treat spots almost anywhere on the body including the torso, arms, and legs.

How does the LAMPROBE skin tag removal work?

The LAMPROBE is a hand-held device which is gently placed over the targeted treatment area.  Using radio frequency technology the skin irregularity will quickly slough off and fade away.

How long does a LAMPROBE treatment take?

Most LAMPROBE treatments will take less than half an hour from start to finish, depending on how many lesions are removed.

Am I a good candidate for the LAMPROBE?

Both men and women can experience excellent results from the LAMPROBE session.  Patients with minor benign skin growths, and who are in overall good health, can be excellent candidates for the procedure.

How does a skin tag removal feel?

You will feel a warm sensation, and possibly a very quick pinching sensation in the treatment area, which disappears after the treatment is over.

Will anesthesia be used during my LAMPROBE treatment?

Anesthesia is typically not required during the LAMPROBE treatment, however, we will ensure you are as comfortable as possible during your session and you may have the option to use local numbing.

What can I expect from the LAMPROBE recovery?

There is no downtime associated with a LAMPROBE session. Patients are able to immediately return to their normal activities depending on the areas treated.  Minor redness may initially appear at the treatment site which will resolve with time.

What are the possible risks of the LAMPROBE?

Generally, since the LAMPROBE encourages a natural exfoliation of the lesional skin cells, there may be a small chance of hypopigmentation or hyperpigmentation depending on the type of lesion removed. Most commonly, these changes soften and improve in their appearance with time.

Are the results from the LAMPROBE long lasting?

Benefits from a LAMPROBE treatment are usually long lasting, although new skin growths may continue to appear due to other unrelated reasons.

Learn more about LAMPROBE here. More questions? Contact us today!

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