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Advanced Cosmetic Procedures

effective removal of skin blemishes for men and women


As a result of deciding to close for the foreseeable future because of the Covid-19 pandemic, I have further made the decision to bring forward my retirement and close permanently as of 23rd October 2020.  

I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone well and thank all clients for their past custom. 

I have made arrangements with Kate Williams at KEW Beauty in Bingham ( who is continuing to work during these difficult times and who will be available for the foreseeable future.

Please telephone her on 07899 877422 and mention my name, Pennie Blatchford.

Advanced Cosmetic Procedures (ACP) uses diathermy to remove a large variety of skin blemishes such as blood spots, skin tags, thread veins, spider naevi, warts, seborrhoeic keratoses, milia, epidermoid cysts, age spots and other benign (non-cancerous) skin lesions. Many types of mole (naevus) can also be treated.

Cosmetic electrolysis, using short-wave diathermy, has historically only been associated with hair removal and the use of advanced techniques to treat fibrous, viral and vascular skin blemishes has been overlooked by many people, including many of those in the medical profession. It has commonly been assumed that only a dermatologist can remove benign growths and other skin defects, but these excellent, safe, affordable techniques are now available from independent beauty specialists qualified in advanced cosmetic procedures.

Facial blemishes may be particularly distressing for both men and women as they can be difficult or impossible to hide. However, disfigured skin on the

rest of the body can also be embarrassing. Those of either sex may restrict their choice of clothing as they choose to conceal skin defects. For example, ladies often feel unable to wear low-cut tops or backless dresses if they have moles, blood spots or seborrhoeic keratoses on their neck, chest or back and both men and women may cover up areas where unsightly skin tags have formed.  

With cutbacks and over-stretched medical resources, removal of benign skin lesions is now only very rarely available on the NHS. Disfiguring and/or embarrassing skin imperfections are seen as minor cosmetic problems, regardless of the psychological effect on the person suffering with them.  

I hope you find the information on this website useful. For more information, or to book a free consultation, please contact:

Pennie Blatchford

B.Sc.(Hons), I.T.E.C., I.B.S.D., B.A.B.T.A.C. 

Phone: 01949 869699 or 07887 865419


While endeavouring to provide accurate, current, general information

about Advanced Cosmetic Procedures using electrolysis and the skin lesions

that can be treated by this method, Pennie Blatchford makes no

representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to

the website or the information, products or services contained on the website.

Any reliance placed on such information is therefore

strictly at your own risk.