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As we age, sometimes small, broken thread veins can appear on the face and body.
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Introduction to Thread Veins Removal
As we age, sometimes small, broken veins can appear on the face and body. These veins, known commonly as ‘thread veins‘ or ‘spider veins‘ can be removed with laser light energy. Our patients seeking Thread vein removal may suffer with confidence issues due to their appearance.
Undergoing a thread vein Removal procedure can put fun back into holidays, wearing shorts or skirts or swimwear, without feeling self-conscious about little broken, coloured veins on the legs or face. There are a number of options available at PHI Clinic.
Our patients seeking Thread veins removal may suffer with confidence issues due to their appearance. Undergoing a Thread vein removal procedure can put fun back into holidays, wearing shorts or skirts or swimwear, without feeling self-conscious about little broken, coloured veins on the legs or face. Because the laser is set to a controlled wavelength, it only targets the blood vessels and not the surrounding skin. This enables the walls of the veins to collapse and be harmlessly absorbed by the body without causing any damage to the skin or surrounding tissue.
Why Choose PHI?
Our cosmetic doctors are highly experienced in non-invasive procedures such as Thread veins removal, and when you come for your first consultation they will advise you of how many treatment sessions you may need. There is no pressure to go through with the treatment, but if you choose to do so with us at PHI Clinic, we can guarantee you will be provided with the highest levels of care from our experienced and professional team.
I have thread veins and I blush very easily. It is mild Rosacea?
The symptoms of Rosacea include facial redness across the nose, cheeks, chin and forehead, visibly damaged blood vessels and small red inflammatory pastules.
Rosacea is not a life threatening condition but because it affects your appearance it can be very distressing. Rosacea affects fair skinned people of anglo saxon and celtic backgrounds and is most common among middle aged women. The first sign is often temporary flushing, especially after a hot drink, spicy food or when you walk into an overheated room. Environmental factors such as sudden exposure to sunlight, wind or temperature extremes make it worse, so does red wine and caffeine.