Veinwave uses the process of Thermocoagulation which seals the thread vein walls. This process causes the thread vein walls to permanently disappear and is often used together with Sclerotherapy.
Red veins – often referred to as Telangiectasia – are usually found on the face but they can appear anywhere on the body, including your legs. They don’t cause any harm but some people find their appearance unattractive.
Broken blood vessels on the face are simply enlarged blood vessels that occur just beneath the surface of the skin. Their red web-shaped appearance gives them the name they are often given: spider or thread veins.
Veinwave is a radio-frequency desktop device involving a pen-like needle holder into which an ultra-fine insulated needle is inserted, letting the practitioner target each individual vein for treatment. The needle-tip is inserted along the length of the vein but doesn’t penetrate it, and the micro sheath surrounding the needle protects the skin from damage.
Veinwave treatment is suitable for men and women who have thread veins on their face or elsewhere.
Red vein removal treatment can take anything from 15 minutes for the face to 45 minutes for the legs.
There is some slight discomfort when the electrical current is introduced into the vein, but very little discomfort afterwards.
Yes. Red veins on the face are suitable for the exact same treatment as larger varicose veins.