Thread Vein Removal
Thread veins are tiny blood vessels that can appear anywhere on the body, but are often found on the face around the nose and cheeks. Thread vein removal is for people wanting clear skin, and to reduce the redness and rosacea skin.
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What does this involve?
The tiny blood vessels that are causing the redness are closed down using a direct current called a thermolysis which destroys the blood vessels under the skin. A tiny needle is used which taps into the top of the blood vessel closing them down. Some discomfort maybe experienced, but no pain.
Is this right for me?
Thread veins are tiny blood vessels that can appear anywhere on the body, but are often found on the face around the nose and cheeks. They can be linked to rosacea skin making the skin look very red. They can appear through trauma to to the skin caused by injury, or through sun and wind damage. Thread vein removal is for people wanting clear skin, and to reduce the redness and rosacea skin.
What is the recovery like?
A cool soothing Aloe Vera Gel is applied after the treatment and strenuous exercise is not recommended for a couple of days until the skin has calmed down.
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