Safe & professional removal of unwanted skin lesions, mole removal and mole and skin cancer screening in Warrington, Cheshire.

Skin Lesion Removal Treatments & Skin Cancer Screening

SkinGenius clinic has a team of experienced aesthetic skin health practitioners who can advise and treat everything from pigmented skin lesions, unwanted skin blemishes and also offer a personalised skin cancer screening service. Our results and the customised care we offer to each and every one of our clients makes us the best skin health clinic Cheshire has to offer.

Skin Lesion Removal Treatments

Thread Veins

Also known as broken capillaries, these are small, dilated blood vessels that appear close to the surface of the skin. They are extremely common and usually affect the face, body and legs.



Spider Naevi

A dilated blood vessel surrounded by smaller, radiating blood vessels resembling the legs of a spider. Usually harmless, these are often found on the face, neck, chest and arms.


Skin Tags

Small, benign skin growths that often appear as tiny, soft, hanging protrusions occuring in various areas of the body including the neck, armpits, groin, eyelid and under the breasts.



Small, white or yellowish, hard cysts that commonly appear on the skin’s surface, particularly on the face, cheeks, nose, and around the eyes. They are often referred to as “milk spots”.



Blood Spots

Also known as Cherry Angiomas, these are small red or purple dots that appear on the skin. Ranging from pinpoint size to a few millimeters they can occur individually or in clusters and may look like tiny bruises.


Small, non-cancerous, predominantly contagious growths within the skin primarily caused by the human papilloma virus. There are various types of warts we can treat including; Common Warts, Plane Warts, Filiform Warts.


Seborrhoeic Keratosis

A common non-cancerous skin growth that appears as a raised, waxy or wart-like lesion. They can vary in colour, from light tan to black and often have a characteristic “stuck-on” appearance as if they’ve been glued onto the skin.


Sebaceous Cysts

Non-cancerous fluid-filled growths that develop beneath the skin. These cysts are often slow-growing and can occur anywhere on the body – most commonly found on the face, neck, back and chest.

N.B We only treat small and soft cysts.

Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra

A benign skin condition characterized by small, dark papules or raised spots that typically appear on the face and neck particularly in individuals with darker skin tones and more commonly seen in individuals of African, African-American, Asian or Hispanic descent.

Sebaceous Hyperplasia

A common benign skin condition caused by the enlargement of the sebaceous glands. Typically appearing as small, yellowish or flesh-colored bumps particularly on the forehead, cheeks, and nose it can also appear on the chest, back and other areas.

Syringoma Treatment

Benign sweat gland tumors that appear as small, firm, flesh-colored or yellowish bumps on the skin. They typically occur in clusters and are most commonly found around the eyes, cheeks, and eyelids.

Xanthoma Treatment

Fatty deposits that accumulate under the skin resulting from the buildup of lipids or cholesterol. They appear as yellowish, raised bumps on or beneath the skin’s surface and can develop in various body locations including the eyelids, joints, tendons and buttocks.

Electrocautery Treatments at SkinGenius

What is Electrocautery?

Electrocautery is a safe and effective way to remove unwanted skin blemishes such as warts, skin tags, moles, thread veins and much more. Treatments are quick and offer immediate results, usually leaving little or no residual marks on the skin.

How does it work?

The treatment is administered using Electrocautery (heat), a skin-safe advanced cosmetic method similar to that used in Laser Hair Removal. The heat cauterises the blemishes from the skin, which will usually fall off on the same day followed by a very quick healing time.


The Treatment

Here at Skingenius Clinic, we have over 25 years experience in the treatment of unwanted blemishes, and are fully qualified to administer treatments. A consultation is required prior to any treatment. Most blemishes can be removed in one treatment here at our clinic in Cheshire.



Healthy moles are often pigmented growths or small blemishes on the skin that commonly appear in the first few decades of life in almost everyone. The size and appearance of unsightly moles can be visibly reduced and improved using electrocautery. However, for the clients safety, it is essential to ensure that the mole is a perfectly normal healthy mole before treatment can commence.

Prior to any mole treatment being carried out at the clinic, clients must undergo a mole pre-screening appointment to ensure that the mole is benign and is safe to undergo the removal procedure.

Step 1

Attend mole screening appointment at clinic.

From £95

Duration approx. 30 mins.

Step 2

Receive report from dermatologist.

Duration approx. 2-5 days.

Step 3

Attend mole removal procedure at clinic.

From £245

Duration approx. 30 mins.

Step 4

In-clinic follow-up appointment 4 weeks later.

Duration approx. 30 mins.


The SkinGenius Mole Scanning Service

This is a service operated by ScreenCancer with help from SkinGenius’ specially trained skin aestheticians.

The SkinGenius Mole Scanning Service will be able to provide you with an assessment of any moles or pigmented lesions that you may be concerned about. We will also be able to help you identify any others that may be suspicious.

We can’t provide a skin cancer diagnosis. However, your dermoscopy images will be sent to ScreenCancer Dermatology Specialists to analyse. They will be able to help in providing further information on any suspicious moles / lesions that may require further investigation.

If you are worried about moles on your body, please do come in and talk to our team of specially trained staff.

Who Is This Service For?

The Mole Scanning Service is for individuals aged 18 and over. If you’re worried about your moles and are younger than 18, please consult your GP first.

Please be aware that we are unable to scan moles / lesions should they be …

– Located in an intimate body area such as as the genitals or areas of the breast covered by a bra.

– On an eyelid or tip of the ear.

– Covered by excessive hair.

– That are open, wet or bleeding.

– That are located on a tattoo.

Please consult your GP should any of the above be applicable to your situation.


How Much Does The SkinGenius Mole Scanning Service Cost?

• The first mole / pigmented lesion will cost £95.

• Each additional mole / pigmented lesion scanned will cost £35.