The astounding LAMPROBE, developed by Hubert Lam, uses radio frequency technology to treat minor skin abnormalities, without penetrating the skin’s surface.

Lamprobe quickly and effectively treats a wide variety of Minor Skin Irregularities™.  Using radio, high frequency technology. Non-invasive and precise with instantaneous results.

The discomfort level experienced by the client is tolerable, with the sensation produced feeling much like a tight pinch to the skin. Sensitive skins, thin skins, and aging skins can also be comfortably treated and intensity settings can adjust easily

Skin Tag Removal

SilkySkin Laser Center

Norma Khal,

Cosmetic Laser Skin Center located in Clackamas, Oregon

Sking Tag Removal

Skin tags are harmless, but may interfere with how you feel about your skin’s appearance. At SilkySkin Laser Center in Clackamas, Oregon, the skin experts, including medical esthetician, Norma Kahl, offers in-office, nonsurgical solutions for removing skin tags. Using the latest technologies, the staff can safely remove painful skin tags without damaging the surrounding skin. Find out how you can finally get rid of irritating skin tags without incisions by calling SilkySkin Laser Center today.

cherry hemangioas

Cherry Hemangiomas

Cherry angiomas, or hemangiomas, are red papules on the skin. They are harmless (benign) lesions containing an abnormal cluster of blood vessels and have no relationship to cancer. They are often bright red, circular or oval in shape, and are small—usually ranging in size from a pinpoint to about 1/4 of an inch in diameter. Some cherry angiomas appear smooth and even with the skin, while others are slightly raised. They most often grow on the torso, arms, legs, and shoulders. Bleeding can occur if the angioma is scratched, rubbed, or cut open. Most cherry angiomas don’t need to be treated, unless they are located in areas that are easily bumped and can lead to regular bleeding. Options for cosmetic angioma removal that are typically not covered by insurance include: electrocautery (heating with an electric current delivered by a tiny probe), cryosurgery (freezing with an extremely cold liquid nitrogen spray), laser treatment with a concentrated yellow light, and shave excision (cutting out the lesion and closing the wound with stitches).


Cherry Hemangiomas

When you’re bothered by little bumps all over your face, you may have milia. At SilkySkin Laser Center in Clackamas, Oregon, medical esthetician, Norma Kahl, and her staff specialize in the latest technologies, including ultrasonic and high-frequency technology, to deeply cleanse your skin of impurities that become trapped and cause cysts to form. Find out if you’re a candidate for nonsurgical treatment of milia by calling SilkySkin Laser Center today.

What are skin tags?

Skin tags are soft skin growths that often form on areas of your body prone to friction, including the folds of your neck, your eyelids, breasts, and groin.

The growths are actually loose fibers of collagen that get trapped in thicker areas of skin because of frequent friction. You may also be at increased risk for having multiple skin tags because of hormonal changes, such as during pregnancy or menopause, or because of underlying health conditions, like type 2 diabetes.

Though generally harmless, skin tags in certain areas of your skin can become painful if they often get stuck in your clothing or jewelry. You may also wish to remove skin tags when they affect how you feel about your appearance.

What are milia?

Milia are small white or yellow cysts that develop on the face and all over the body, often in clusters. The small bumps grow under the surface of the skin, especially around your cheeks and eyelids. Though common in infants, milia can also develop in people of all ages.

The root cause of milia involves keratin, a skin protein that can get trapped under your skin. The bumps may also form when skin flakes get stuck in the skin.

Though generally harmless, milia can interfere with your self-confidence and satisfaction in the appearance of your skin. You may also be prone to scratching the bumps, which can lead to infection and permanent skin damage.