Spider Vein Treatment
This common medical condition happens when valves in your veins become weak or damaged, causing blood to pool just under the skin. The smaller,
Non-Surgical Laser Treatment to The Rescue
First things first, some larger, deeper, blue bulging vessels and varicose veins are not suitable to be treated with a laser and may require a treatment called Sclerotherapy. If your veins are less than 1 mm in diameter, you are the perfect candidate for laser treatment.
How Laser Treatment works on Spider Veins
The laser beam targets the blood by passing through the outer layer of skin, leaving it unharmed. The targeted vessel absorbs the energy delivered by the laser, and the heat causes the blood within the vessel to clot. Within the next two weeks, the treated veins and capillaries will slowly be reabsorbed by your body and disappear.
You will see a huge improvement with just one laser treatment; but depending on how your body responds and how many vessels need to be treated, you may need more than one treatment.
Common Thoughts about Spider Veins
The spider veins on my legs aren’t painful, so why get treatment?
This is partly true, most people with spider veins on their legs do not suffer from pain. However, people have seen an improvement with their legs feeling heavy, crampy, itchy or restless after laser treatment
The veins will just come back after laser treatment
False. Within the next two weeks, the treated veins and capillaries will slowly be reabsorbed by your body and disappear.
Can’t I just hide my veins?
Most people are self-conscious of their spider veins. Not getting them treated prevents people from enjoying outdoor activities and wearing what you want to wear (skirts, shorts, dresses). If they are on the face, most feel the need to cover them up with lots of foundation. Laser treatment is a far better solution than living a life covering up and not enjoying activities that require your legs to show. Plus, the appearance of varicose veins often become more visible over time. Deal with them now.