HOO SYRING-GONE is a precision radiofrequency micro-needling device that is used for several dermatological procedures, such as syringoma and acne. HOO SYRING-GONE uses radiofrequency for tissue coagulation and electrothermolysis and offers a near-permanent treatment for severe, stubborn syringoma.
45 to 60 minutes
1 month interval
WHAT CAN I EXPECT DURING A HOO SYRING-GONE TREATMENT?
HOO SYRING-GONE is performed by a board-certified dermatologist in our clinic. The procedure be completed within 60 minutes, depending on the severity of the condition. Small pricks will be felt when the micro-needle is inserted on the lesions and the radiofrequency is applied to destroy the sweat glands. But any discomfort will be minimized using topical anesthesia.
Syringomas or acne may be removed with little to no downtime through the HOO SYRING-GONE treatment.
IS HOO SYRING-GONE SAFE FOR PREGNANT WOMEN?
HOO SYRING-GONE is not recommended for pregnant women.
HOW MANY SESSIONS ARE NEEDED TO SEE RESULTS?The number of sessions needed will depend on the assessment of our board-certified dermatologist during your skin consultation. However, you will see visible results after one session of HOO SYRING-GONE.
WHAT IS A SYRINGOMA?
Syringomas are clusters of small bumps or papules that typically develop around the eye area. They can appear brown, yellow, or pink. These clusters of small bumps are a harmless benign overgrowth of cells of the sweat glands. Syringomas are most commonly developed by people between the ages of 25 and 30 but they can also be developed during early adulthood.
WHAT CAUSES SYRINGOMA?
Syringoma is caused by an overactivity of the sweat glands which leads to the growth of non-cancerous cells. The development of syringoma is typically harmless, but it can be linked to different medical conditions like diabetes.
IS SYRINGOMA CONTAGIOUS?
Syringoma is not contagious, it is entirely harmless and can be left alone. Most people opt to remove them for cosmetic reasons or rarely if they are disfiguring or are causing skin irritations