milia removal london

WHAT IS milia REMOVAL?

Milia are tiny white or yellowish bumps on the surface of the skin, usually around the eye and cheek area. They appear due to a build-up of keratin under the skin’s surface and are not harmful or painful, but can be unsightly. 
There are three methods used by sk:n to remove milia: 
•    Needle extraction
•    Hyfrecator extraction
•    Prescribed medication. 

If you want to learn more about what milia are, then visit the skin conditions section of our website.

milia REMOVAL IN london

Are you looking for milia removal solutions in London? sk:n can help. sk:n has 10 clinics located across London, you can find us at any of these convenient locations: Choose from  Canary WharfChiswickEast FinchleyFulham BroadwayHampsteadHarley StreetHolbornShepherd’s BushVictoria Street and London Wall
 

  • More referrals from the NHS than any other clinic
  • More direct clients seen than any other provider
  • Personalised treatment plans - your skin's as different as you are
  • Direct access to the best medical professionals including dermatologists
  • Open seven days a week

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OPENING TIMES

Monday 10:00 20:00
Tuesday 10:00 20:00
Wednesday 10:00 20:00
Thursday 10:00 20:00
Friday 10:00 20:00
Saturday 09:00 17:00
Sunday 10:00 17:00

WHY CHOOSE sk:n london?

Our trained dermatology experts at the sk:n clinics in London will be able to select and administer the most appropriate form of milia removal for you. We are closely monitored by the Care Quality Commission, our industry regulator, and each of our clinics is overseen by a fully qualified doctor, so you know you are in capable hands.

Book a free consultation today to find out more about milia removal treatments at sk:n clinics in London.  

Call our contact centre on 0121 641 6000 and our knowledgeable call handlers will be able to book you in with exactly the right person.

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Our clients are keen to share their experiences with you..

It only took one treatment for my milia to vanish! I was amazed.