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Facial and leg vessels, or spider veins, are prominent clusters of damaged blood vessels in the skin. They are often blue or purple and appear in tortious lines that branch out from a central locus, resulting in a spider-like appearance. These face and leg vessels rarely cause health problems, although they can sometimes become painful. The main concern for most individuals presenting with this condition is predominantly aesthetic.
Our 3JUVE laser targets a vast array of vascular lesions — including hemangiomas, port wine stains, birthmarks and telangiectasis — and does so with no incisions, no downtime, and minimal discomfort. This advanced technology emits pulsed light laser therapy that heats the spider veins found just beneath the surface of the skin, causing them to break down and disperse. The vessels quickly disappear following treatment as they are reabsorbed via the body’s lymphatic system, leaving no trace of their presence.
Spider veins, unlike varicose veins, are not of considerable medical concern. In most cases, they’re simply a cosmetic nuisance. If you’re looking for a safe, quick, and effective face and leg vessel removal treatment in London, then be sure to contact our experts here at the Royal Wharf Clinic at your soonest convenience. Let’s set up an initial consultation and get you on your way to a vessel-free journey.
Treatment takes 5-30 minutes depending on the size and location of the treatment area.
Patients may not see any immediate effect until several weeks after their procedure. Multiple sessions may be required to achieve the desired end result. In most cases, downtime is minimal and most people can resume daily activities almost immediately after treatment. Some redness or stinging may persist for a couple of days, but this usually dissipates within several days of the procedure. We advise all of our patients to avoid applying make-up or lotion to the treated area until the signs of redness have disappeared (24 hours), and to avoid direct exposure to sunlight for the first 48 hours.