Campbell de Morgans/Blood Spots
Electrolysis is a safe, effective, quick and affordable method of treating Blood spots. Also
known as Campbell De Morgans or Cherry Angiomas they are bright red spots, on the skin and
appear flat raised or dome shaped. They are shiny and red and can vary from the size of a pin head
to a 50 pence piece.
The cause of Campbell de Morgans is unknown but hereditary reasons and sun damage is often
cited. They are most common on the trunk of the body and on people over the age of 30.
A small probe will touch the surface of the skin, a slight burst of energy is expelled and a small
stinging sensation may be experienced. Large Campbell de Morgans can be stubborn and more than one treatment is sometimes required.