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Fast Facts

We are your experts in laser removal of a wide range of benign skin spots

Lesions Treated:

  • Seborrhoeic keratoses (Seb K)
  • Solar lentigo (sun or age spots)
  • Solar keratoses
  • Benign moles (naevi)
  • Skin tags
  • Milia
  • Campbell de Morgan spots
  • Berry angioma or cherry angioma
  • Freckles
  • Sebaceous hypertrophy
  • Xanthelasma
  • Syringomas

Areas Treated:
Face, neck, chest, back, arms, legs

Down Time:
0 – 7 days (stronger treatments result in longer recovery – please enquire as to the estimated time of recovery for your lesions)

Results Duration:

  • Long-lasting or permanent
  • Depending on condition treated and individual response; some lesions require multiple treatments

Laser spot treatment, ‘scarless’ mole removal, skin blemish removal

What is the best treatment for my skin blemish?

Skin lumps and bumps can pop up over time and are mostly harmless. Before any skin lesions are treated it is important they are assessed by a health professional to be sure they can safely be removed. Dr Main can provide full skin checks for skin cancer, and assess any spots of concern. Suspicious skin lesions should not be treated with laser, IPL or cryotherapy.

As a guide, here are some common benign skin conditions we see at Skin Resus and our best treatment for them:

Skin Lesion   Description Our Treatment
Seborrhoeic Keratoses Thickened brown or black growth on the face, chest, shoulders or back. Erbium Laser


Solar Keratoses or
Actinic Keratoses
Pink, scaly skin lesion common on sun damaged areas such as face, nose, ears or back of hands. PDR or
Fraxel Laser
Benign Moles Brown or black growths that can appear anywhere on the skin.
Must be assessed by a Doctor to determine if safe to remove.
Erbium Laser
Cherry Angioma Small, cherry red papules or growths that often appear on the chest, abdomen and back.  IPL

YAG Laser

Skin Tags Flesh-coloured or pigmented tissue that look like small, soft balloons of hanging skin Erbium Laser or
Pinch cryotherapy
Sun Spots Small, flat or slightly raised spot most often seen sun exposed areas, such as face, shoulders, arms and hands. They range in colour from light brown to red or black. IPLFraxel Laser or
Revlite Laser

Solar lentigo before and after treatment*

Berry angioma before and after treatment*

Seborrhoeic Keratoses Before and After Laser Treatment*

*Individual results may vary


Read more about our other facial treatments including skin resurfacing, IPL skin rejuvenation and ULTRAcel Q+


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Skin Resus

436 Cambridge Street
Floreat, Perth

T: 08 9284 0900
E: email@skinresus.com.au