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Broken Veins

Treatment administered using Electrolysis

Broken veins are often called thread veins or spider veins, and are the result of enlarged blood vessels.  These veins are quite small and sit near the surface of the skin.  They can appear anywhere on the body, but are more common on the face and legs.  Usual causes may be from pregnancy, smoking, sunbathing, obesity and temperature change.  Broken veins are extremely common in both men and women.

How electrolysis treats broken veins

A very fine disposable needle is used.  The needle is inserted into the broken vein and an electrical current is applied which travels down the needle and cauterises the vein, cutting off the blood supply.  The heat from the electrical current feels like a mild sting as it is only on for one fifth of a second, so the veins are treated very quickly.  The results can be seen immediately. A single session takes 5 minutes.  If there is a large amount of veins to be treated, a longer treatment is available, or more sessions may be needed.  The removal is permanent and the treated veins will not reappear once they have been treated.  The treatment does not prevent new veins appearing elsewhere.  After the treatment there may be some redness which can last from between half an hour to a few hours depending on how sensitive the skin is.  With very sensitive skin tiny scabbing (as small as a pin head) may occur but should disappear within 10 days.
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Broken Veins

Treatment administered

using Electrolysis

Broken veins are often called thread veins or spider veins, and are the result of enlarged blood vessels.  These veins are quite small and sit near the surface of the skin.  They can appear anywhere on the body, but are more common on the face and legs.  Usual causes may be from pregnancy, smoking, sunbathing, obesity and temperature change.  Broken veins are extremely common in both men and women.

How electrolysis treats

broken veins

A very fine disposable needle is used.  The needle is inserted into the broken vein and an electrical current is applied which travels down the needle and cauterises the vein, cutting off the blood supply.  The heat from the electrical current feels like a mild sting as it is only on for one fifth of a second, so the veins are treated very quickly.  The results can be seen immediately. A single session takes 5 minutes.  If there is a large amount of veins to be treated, a longer treatment is available, or more sessions may be needed.  The removal is permanent and the treated veins will not reappear once they have been treated.  The treatment does not prevent new veins appearing elsewhere.  After the treatment there may be some redness which can last from between half an hour to a few hours depending on how sensitive the skin is.  With very sensitive skin tiny scabbing (as small as a pin head) may occur but should disappear within 10 days.
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BeautyBox nailsea
Unwanted Hair Skin Tags Broken Veins Waxing Eyebrows Home About Treatments Prices Testimonials Contact Broken Veins

Broken Veins

Treatment administered using Electrolysis

Broken veins are often called thread veins or spider veins, and are the result of enlarged blood vessels.  These veins are quite small and sit near the surface of the skin.  They can appear anywhere on the body, but are more common on the face and legs.  Usual causes may be from pregnancy, smoking, sunbathing, obesity and temperature change.  Broken veins are extremely common in both men and women.

How electrolysis treats broken veins

A very fine disposable needle is used.  The needle is inserted into the broken vein and an electrical current is applied which travels down the needle and cauterises the vein, cutting off the blood supply.  The heat from the electrical current feels like a mild sting as it is only on for one fifth of a second, so the veins are treated very quickly.  The results can be seen immediately. A single session takes 5 minutes.  If there is a large amount of veins to be treated, a longer treatment is available, or more sessions may be needed.  The removal is permanent and the treated veins will not reappear once they have been treated.  The treatment does not prevent new veins appearing elsewhere.  After the treatment there may be some redness which can last from between half an hour to a few hours depending on how sensitive the skin is.  With very sensitive skin tiny scabbing (as small as a pin head) may occur but should disappear within 10 days.