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    Facial Thread Vein Treatment

    Remove facial thread veins safely and effectively with our highly experienced Laser Therapists.

    Facial Thread Veins are broken veins that appear close to the surface of the skin. They are extremely common and very easy to treat. There are a number of factors that can cause their appearances, such as weathering, rosacea, hormones and family history.

    FAQs

    What are Facial Thread Veins?

    How can Facial Thread Vein be treated?

    How many treatments will I need?

    Aftercare?

    What are Facial Thread Veins?

    If you feel self-conscious about facial thread veins, then laser treatment may be the answer. Facial spider/thread veins are tiny damaged blood vessels and are very common. They usually appear around the nose but can spread up on to the cheeks. They are not usually painful, but they can be embarrassing. Commonly caused by acne, rosacea, genetics, too much alcohol, excess sun exposure and aging.

    How can Facial Thread Vein be treated?

    Using the latest laser technology, we can remove and restore your confidence. Light energy is absorbed and converted to heat energy this causes the blood to coagulate making the vessel walls become sticky and then re-absorbed into the body

    How many treatments will I need?

    We recommend 1-4 treatments taken 6-8 weeks apart, this gives the blood vessel time to be absorbed. Your first treatment will take place 4 weeks after your test patch.

    Aftercare?

    After treatment the treated area will appear red and warm to touch, some slight swelling may also occur, we will advise you to wear SPF factor 50.

    We offer a free consultation with our therapist to assess your needs.

    Results from Facial Thread Vein Treatment

    Use the slider to see the amazing before and after results from Facial Thread Vein Treatment

    Price List

    DurationPrice
    Test patch£25
    Small Area£50
    Medium Area£75
    Large Area£100

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