Skintags & Couperose ENG

Do you have any blemishes, skin tags, or broken blood vessels on your skin?

- We may help you -

Using safe low-current technology, we remove skin tags, age or sun spots, couperose/spider veins, and more, easy and quickly!  The skin residue is carbonized (charred) and leaves no scars or risk of infection.

You need to be careful with sun exposure for 2 weeks after treatment, or until the skin is completely healed, and then use sunscreen as normal. The skin will be left healthy and dry.

We always make an assessment before treatment and do not treat abnormal skin changes that may be uncertain.

One treatment is usually enough - Contact our clinic for assessment and booking.

Starting price: 25 min 750.–


Information for your skin therapist before starting treatment


The small bumps or growths that appear seemingly randomly are called "skin tags" or "acrochordons"


Skin tags are overgrowths of connective tissue in the skin and can best be described as excess skin attached to a thin "stalk". They are most often skin-colored, but can also be slightly darker in color.

Usually they are a few millimeters small, but they can grow to be several centimeters large. Skin tags often appear in certain places on the body, and the most common areas to get them are the neck, armpits, groin, in the area where the bra tightens, the forearm and on the eyelids.

They appear without warning and often where clothes/jewelry rub against the skin or where there is a lot of friction skin to skin. They usually have a small blood vessel and can bleed if you tear/scratch them.

Note: When treated by us, there will be no bleeding or open wound left after removal.


It is important to make sure that it is actually a skin tag before removing it. We have trained skin therapists who will perform a professional assessment before doing anything. Sometimes it can be something other than a skin tag, so we will assess each case and may ask you to have it checked by a dermatologist before we start removing them.


Age spots (also known as solar keratosis) are essentially damage caused by sun exposure or other radiation

They are typically flat, brown or tan spots that appear on the skin, most commonly on the face, hands, and arms. Age spots are generally harmless, but they can sometimes be itchy or uncomfortable. In rare cases, they can develop into skin cancer.

Sun damage occurs very gradually and appears as brown spots after many years, even childhood. With other types of radiation, the damage can appear more quickly.

Seborrheic keratoses are a common type of pigmented skin lesion, also known as age spots or seborrheic warts. Their occurrence increases with age, and there is a hereditary component. A keratosis appears as a light brown or dark spot on the skin. They are typically flat at first, but can develop a rough surface over time. Seborrheic keratoses are most common on the face, but can occur anywhere on the body.



Couperose is a condition that occurs when the walls of capillaries become damaged and lose their ability to contract. It is characterized by:

  • Small, visible blood vessels (telangiectasias)
  • Red spots (spider veins)
  • Rednessin the cheeks (often called "apple cheeks")
  • Cherry angiomas (small, red bumps)

Couperose most commonly affects the face, but it can also occur on the neck, chest, and other areas.


  1. Genetic predisposition
  2. Weak connective tissue
  3. External factors:
    • Sun exposure
    • Cold weather
    • Hot drinks and spicy foods
    • Alcohol
    • Stress


  • Redness
  • Visible blood vessels
  • Burning or stinging sensation
  • Itching
  • Swelling


There are no guaranteed ways to prevent couperose, but there are some things you can do to reduce your risk, such as:

  1. Protecting your skin from the sun:
    • Wear sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher
    • Wear a hat and sunglasses
  2. Avoiding triggers:
    • Hot drinks and spicy foods
    • Alcohol
    • Stress