Thread and Spider Vein Removal
- Remove Using Advanced Electrolysis
- Fast Procedure with No Downtime
- Tried and Tested Method
Thread veins, also known as telangiectasia, or spider veins, are those red, blue and purple broken lines that appear on the surface of your skin. They usually occur close to your nose and around your mouth and chin.
Thread veins may also be found on the hands and other parts of the body. They are usually not painful or harmful, but most clients want them gone due to cosmetic reasons.
Thread veins aren’t like threads despite their name. They’re blood vessels that develop near the surface and can be found on most people’s skin, and appear like branches.
Spider veins are clusters of tiny blood vessels that develop near the skin’s surface. They are frequently red in colour and resemble a spider web.
Spider veins or thread veins are generally caused by a variety of factors, such as:
Advanced electrolysis is a highly effective thread vein and spider veins removal method. The veins are treated by inserting a very fine needle into the vein and applying an electrical current to it.
This coagulates the thread veins, and the vessel disappears, allowing the clinician to move on to the next vessel. Each session may treat a few small vessels on each cheek, but care must be taken not to overstimulate an area, as sessions are generally limited to 15 minutes per cheek.
The consultation fee is redeemable against treatment otherwise non-refundable.
The First Step is to have a consultation.
Your treatment is the second step.
The Final Step is AfterCare
Typically one to two treatments are required; however, there is no guarantee that the vessel will not appear again. So usually, a course of treatments is recommended.
After treatment, the area will feel sore, and you may experience tingling in the area. Scabs and crust will form - you must allow these to slough naturally and not pick them as this will lead to scarring.
At the treatment time, you may feel a tingling sensation, and there may be some discomfort. Your clinician will continuously assess your comfort levels.
Yes. As discussed early, they are caused by dilated capillaries, so with age or lifestyle, they can reoccur.