Thread Veins are tiny blood vessels which have become dilated and run close to the skin surface, they appear like fine purple or red wiggly lines.
London, UK -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/25/2014 --Thread veins are often referred to as “Spider Veins” or “Broken Veins”. They are not an effect of any underlying medical conditions, though they can be unsightly. Normally thread veins are found on the legs, although other parts of the body may become affected by them other places thread veins can occur includes breasts, arms and face.
Thread veins veins are more common in women but men get them too, they are often hereditary and occur with age.
Laser treatment is becoming very popular in the treatment of thread veins; there are many types of lasers and they work in a similar way. Laser treatment works by firing a laser at the veins affected, the light then causes the veins to shut down and disintegrate, treatment time is usually between 5 and 20minutes and a few sessions would be required to ensure successful, permanent removal of the veins.
City Hair Removal uses the gold standard in vascular treatments (varicose veins, spider veins, thread vein removal) for rapid and easy treatment leaving skin smoother and even-toned. With the option of NDYAG (1064) for darker skin types and either Alexandrite (755nm) OR Mixed Modality for lighter skin types. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) has the ability to give a long term solution to thread veins, spider veins, and varicose veins in just a few fast and easy treatments – there is no immediate post procedure recovery time and clients are able to continue with their day to day routine following the procedure.
On this page City Hair Removal advise clients who undergo Laser treatment for thread veins – to book a course of 3 treatments – each treatment session is undertaken every 12 weeks, this is to allow the cells in the area treated to be repaired.
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