What are warts?

Warts are small lumps on the surface of the skin which usually occur on the fingers, knuckles and palms and feel firm to the touch. Warts do not cause pain but they could be itchy. Occasionally they may go away on their own, but this can take months or even years, so it is best to seek the advice of a dermatologist.

Causes for warts

Warts are caused by different strains of the human papilloma virus (HPV). They can spread easily through skin to skin contact and can also be passed on through indirect contact such as towels, shoes and floors. They are more likely to spread if the skin is wet or damaged. Also if you scratch a wart, the viral particles can easily spread to other areas of your skin.

Method to remove a wart

We offer two effective options for removing warts:


In this a pulsed beam of light is used to destroy the fine blood supply to the warts and thereby causing its destruction

Radio Frequency

It is a common mode of treatment, and it involves the principle of tissue destruction with various waveforms in the range of radiofrequency (500–4000 Khz).

Skin Tags

Skin tags are small brown or flesh-coloured growths (usually a few millimeters to 5cm in size) that hang from the surface of your skin. They are made of loose collagen fibers and blood vessels surrounded by skin, and can look like warts or raised bumps. Although skin tags are common they are completely harmless, and they do not usually cause any pain or discomfort.

Causes for skin tags

Skin tags can affect both men and women. They most commonly occur where the skin folds or creases (most commonly on the neck, armpits, around the groin or under the breasts) and are more likely to affect people who are overweight for this reason. Skin tags can be hereditary, and people who have type 2 diabetes or are pregnant are also more prone to them. Some people can also develop them for no apparent reason.

How can skin tags be removed?

They can also be removed in the same way as warts are removed.

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Laser hair removal is long lasting though not permanent. After your first laser hair removal treatment, you will begin to notice shedding of hair, regrowth in the area is reduced and new hairs come out finer and thinner to be treated at the next session. After 5-6 sessions you will not have any hair growth in that area.

We apply a topical cream 45 minutes before the procedure. For some people there is a sensation of mild prickling but for others the experience is completely pain-free. (90% of our customers reported a pain free experience)

Small areas will take from 5 min to 20 minutes depending on the area. Your face might take 5-7 minutes whereas for your legs it could take around 15 minutes.

We recommend you start with a course of 6 of 8 sessions to achieve the best result. Some people require more sessions depending on their hair growth

There is no downtime; You can return to normal activities immediately after treatment. You should however avoid direct sunlight for 24 hours.

DO wear a high factor SPF. After treatments, skin becomes more sensitive to UV rays, so always use a high factor sunscreen to protect it from pigmentation and sensitivity.
DO exfoliate the area gently as it encourages the dead roots to fall out after every treatment and will make your skin look better.

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The procedure is usually done after applying local anesthesia so that you do not experience any pain during the procedure.

It depends on the number of warts and the sizes of the warts. If they are small ones and fewer in number it needs only a single sitting. But if there are numerous warts you may need to come for a review session.

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