- Leg Vein Therapy – $275
Get rid of those pesky spider veins on your legs with our laser. This treatment works great for broken capillaries as it dissolves the blood under the surface almost instantly. This is not suitable for bigger varicose veins.
What is Vascular Reduction?
Vascular Reduction is a laser treatment that reduces the appearance of spider veins with little to no discomfort or downtime.
How Does Vascular Reduction Work?
Essentially, Vascular Reduction laser technology heats and damages the blood vessels, causing them to collapse and be disposed through the body. Thus, reducing the visibility and size of the treated veins.
Does Vascular Reduction Hurt?
The Vascular Reduction procedure can cause some mild discomfort, most often described as mild stinging or like a rubber band being snapped against the skin.
How Many Treatments Do I Need?
Generally, this treatment requires a series of consistent services to be fully effective. The number of treatments varies based on the size and severity of the area being treated. Upon observation, your specialist can help give you an idea of an expected timeframe.
Pre-Treatment Laser Hair Removal Instructions:
1: If you are concerned about bruising, discontinue medications or supplements that may thin your blood, 7 days prior to treatment. This will help minimize bruising and improve the success of your treatment. This includes aspirin, Ibuprofen, fish oil, Vitamin E, ginkgo Biloba, and alcohol. If you are taking aspirin or a prescription blood thinner, upon the advice of your physician, do not stop.
2: Legs – You may wish to bring a pair of shorts to wear during treatment. We recommend you
purchase a compression garment to wear from your appointment and for the next several days.
Bruising or discoloration may persist for a period of time afterward and full results can take
weeks or months to unfold. Plan your treatments accordingly. Fall and Winter are the best times to treat leg veins when you are less inclined to wear shorts or be exposed to sun.
3: Facial – You may wish to have on-hand make-up to cover any possible bruising. Plan according
to your plans as bruising can last 7 days or longer.
4:Plan treatments allowing for a period of no sun exposure, vigorous activity or use of hot tubs,
saunas, or spas for 48 hours after treatment.
- NO – pregnant or nursing
- NO – Accutane use within the past 6 months
- NO- Use of medications that can cause photosensitivity, such as antimicrobials, nonsteroidal
anti-inflammatory drugs, diuretics, and chemotherapeutic agents (Check medication label).
- NO- currently suffering from skin conditions like psoriasis, dermatitis, rosacea, eczema, open
- Blood transmittable diseases such as hepatitis or HIV
- Currently treating skin cancer
- Have a history of hypo- or hyper-pigmentation or keloid formation
- Cannot be currently undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy