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Laser Mole Removal in Manchester and Cheshire

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Laser Mole Removal at CLNQ Clinic Manchester & Cheshire

Dr. Kajal Babamiri, our esteemed GP Specialist in Dermatology, Lasers, and Aesthetics, leads a team of experts dedicated to holistic care. Our advanced laser technology ensures precise and effective mole removal, leaving your skin radiant and blemish-free. Prior to your laser mole removal Manchester & Cheshire patients will receive a consultation, where our doctors will tailor the treatment to your unique needs, ensuring safety and optimal results.

A Brighter, Bump-Free Future

What is Laser Mole Removal?

Do you have an unwanted mole on your face or body that is a cause of concern or making you feel self-conscious? At CLNQ, we are here to help you remove your mole with the latest technology. Our procedure is performed using the Candela CO2RE laser, a CO2 laser that offers superficial to deep skin treatments. This laser can work as a fractional or ablative laser treatment. We perform laser mole removal in Manchester & Cheshire with the utmost care to make sure it is painless and quick, so we use a local anesthetic to numb the treatment area. In addition, in most cases, you don’t need a dressing following the treatment, meaning that the aftercare is usually quick, so you can get back to normal as soon as possible.

How Laser Mole Removal Works?

There are a number of different methods for mole removal, such as shave, laser, and surgical excision. Each mole will be assessed by our doctors, and the most suitable options discussed. Some moles may be suitable for lasers. We would suggest this method for benign moles where there are no suspicious features. At CLNQ in Cheshire & Manchester laser mole removal involves ablation of the mole using a CO2 laser. This is performed under a local anesthetic which means you have an injection to numb the area being treated.

Can you use a laser to remove moles?

There are different types of laser available but each has a specific target. The mole removal laser is a CO2 laser that targets water molecules. This is an ablative laser that vaporises the mole. This mole removal laser is a very effective treatment. The mole removal laser can be used for other treatments, such as acne scar treatment or skin resurfacing. A laser to remove moles can be effective for certain types of moles. The types of moles that would be suitable for laser mole removal are usually raised, fleshy-coloured moles. Flat and pigmented ones may not be suitable for laser to remove moles. The CO2 laser treats more effectively to remove unsightly, big, and bothersome moles from the face and body. It also helps to treat irregularities of the skin, like skin tags, warts, and bumps.

Beyond Concealer

What are the benefits of Laser Mole Removal?

While the surgical options are more invasive and can sometimes result in surgical scarring, there is also the option to remove any mole from your face or body via laser.

Here are the main benefits:

  • Less downtime
  • Less expensive
  • Quicker recovery
  • Quicker procedure
  • Less visible scarring
  • Avoids bandages or dressings

Achieve Flawless Confidence

Your Laser Mole Removal Consultation

Embark on a transformative journey to flawless skin with CLNQ's laser mole removal. Trust CLNQ in Manchester & Cheshire for professional expertise, personalized care, and a holistic approach to laser mole removal. Experience the confidence that comes with flawless skin at CLNQ's Clinic.

Where can I get laser mole removal near me?

If you are searching for laser mole removal near me and live in the North West, we have some convenient locations. We can offer laser mole removal in Manchester & Cheshire. This is a laser clinic near Deansgate metro station and a short walk from central Manchester. Our clinic is located at the base of the South Tower in the prestigious luxury development Deansgate Square near Castlefield and Spinningfields.

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No More Moles

Your Laser Mole Removal Procedure

The procedure involves an injection with a local anesthetic to numb the treated area. We use the CO2 laser device in our clinic for this treatment. Laser mole removal is a relatively quick procedure that takes a few minutes to perform.

How does laser mole removal work?

The laser targets a specific chromophore which is a molecule that absorbs a specific wavelength. The main chromophores in the body are pigment, water, and hemoglobin. In the case of moles, laser mole removal targets the skin water when using the CO2 laser. There are some lasers that target pigment. The device heats the mole and vapourises it to remove it. The doctor will ensure your safety during the procedure by providing protective goggles that should be worn during the laser treatment. From start to finish, the treatment takes around 30 minutes. It includes a discussion about the procedure and applying the anesthesia. The doctor will tell you about aftercare. The actual treatment takes five to ten minutes.

CLNQ's Advanced Techniques

Laser Mole Removal Results

Our advanced laser technology, led by Dr. Kajal Babamiri, ensures precise and effective removal, leaving your skin clear and blemish-free. Witness the gradual fading of moles, revealing a smoother and more radiant complexion. Dr. Kajal's expertise guarantees a holistic approach to mole removal, emphasizing safety and optimal aesthetic outcomes. At CLNQ, we prioritize your satisfaction, offering professional care and personalized treatment plans tailored to your unique needs. Rediscover clear and confident skin with the remarkable results of laser mole removal at CLNQ's Holistic Medical Clinic in Manchester.

Safe and Effective

Laser Mole Removal Recovery and Aftercare

Immediately after the laser mole removal treatment, you will see a red mark where the mole was before. Once the healing starts, which will be after three to four days, the red spot will form a small scab or crust before dropping off to leave smooth skin. Make sure you keep the place hydrated using a vaseline. You can start applying the makeup after the scab has dropped off. Make sure that the area is smooth before starting to apply the makeup. This usually takes around 15 days. You will usually be seen a few weeks after getting your mole removed using the CO2 laser treatment.

Laser Mole Removal Frequently Asked Questions

Does the procedure hurt?

No. A local anesthetic is given prior to the procedure to numb the treatment area, which will sting a little. Once the area is numbed, you will not experience any pain during the laser mole removal procedure. The local anesthetic will usually last for two to four hours following the procedure. When this begins to wear off, you may feel some slight discomfort. You may use simple painkillers such as paracetamol to help reduce any pain or discomfort following the procedure.

Do you offer lasers for mole removal?

Laser mole removal is a commonly performed procedure in our clinic. Our specialist doctors perform this treatment after providing a consultation which involves a mole check. If the mole is suitable for this procedure, the doctor will use the laser for mole removal. Some moles may not be suitable for laser, and our doctors can also offer alternative forms of treatment, such as surgical excision. We also have plastic surgeons that can offer surgical removal for more complex moles on the face and body.

Can the mole grow back after the procedure?

There is a chance of recurrence of moles after the laser mole removal treatment. Since the laser does not fully ablate all of the cells there is a possibility that with time it can grow back. Surgical mole excision may reduce the risks of recurrence.

Recurrence: There is a risk of the mole growing back following the procedure.

How much does laser mole removal cost?

The laser mole removal cost is from £285 for a single mole. The laser mole removal cost for each additional mole is from £195. The laser mole removal price does not include the initial consultation, which is £100. The laser mole removal price includes the aftercare follow-up appointment.

What are the risks of laser removal?

The main potential risks include:


All methods of mole removal will result in a permanent scar. The scar is usually a flat area about the size of the treated mole.


Infection is uncommon following the procedure.


Some bleeding or oozing can be expected after the laser treatment. This usually stops quickly with a little pressure to the area.

Incomplete Removal:

It may not fully remove the mole since the laser ablates the upper layers of the mole. Some cells may be present in deeper layers of skin that may not be ablated with the laser.

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