About cherry angiomas
A “cherry angioma” is a benign (non-cancerous) collection of blood vessels that grow right under the skin and make a red bump. They develop in older children and adults and do not usually go away by themselves. People are often bothered by having a red spot on their skin and want it removed for cosmetic reasons.
How we treat them?
Using our Fischer TS-1 epilator we apply Dr. Michael Bono’s “blend method” to effectively and permanently remove cherry angiomas on all parts of the body. This approach is the safest and least painful, due to the fact that the area coagulates immediately from the light electric current being applied during the treatment.