Cherry Angioma - Blood Spot - Campbell De Morgan.  A mole-like skin growth made up of small blood vessels, or capillaries. It is the most common type of Angioma.  Angioma are benign tumours that result from an overgrowth of capillaries.  It is rare for children to develop these non cancerous lesions. They are mostly found on people over 30 years old.  These benign lesions are related to ageing and tend to increase in number as a person becomes older
Cost - £30 for 1, £60 for 5, £10 per extra 1 after 5