What are Spider Veins?
Telangiectasias, or spider veins, are small blood vessels near the surface of the skin that become enlarged or dilated, making them
easier to be seen than other surface veins. They usually appear as blue, purple, or red thread-like lines that sometimes cluster and
resemble a vine or spider web. They are a result of weak or damaged valves in the veins that cause pooling of blood and swelling.
Spider veins most commonly develop on the ankles, calves, behind the knee, or the outside of the thighs, although some people have them on their face or back. And don’t confuse spider veins with the larger and deeper varicose veins, which can be blue, red, or flesh-colored.
Spider veins can be a nuisance, but you don't have to banish shorts or swimsuits forever. We offer effective treatments that can eliminate or slow the progression of unsightly veins so you can feel confident no matter what you’re wearing.
CoLaz brings to you two of the best and the most efficient spider vein treatments.