What are Cherry angiomas?

Cherry angiomas, also known as Campbell de morgan spots or blood spots, are a collection of broken blood vessels giving a cherry red colour and round appearance.

Benign, they can vary in size and colour.  As they start to age the colour and size can change; they often become raised with a doom-like shape, smooth surface and a deeper red colour

How are Cherry angiomas (blood spots) caused?

Blood spots can be found anywhere on the body but are most commonly found on the chest, back and stomach areas. Harmless and simple to treat, they are caused by trauma to the skin, UV damage and ageing.

What treatments are available for Cherry angiomas?

Our clinics, lead by skincare specialist Lorraine Scrivener, offer a range of skin treatments for removing blood spots. Why not book a consultation and we will examine your skin, answer your questions and recommend the most suitable treatment for you.

Cherry angiomas treatment is available at both our Kensington and Wimbledon skin clinics…


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