Thread vein removal and rosacea treatment

IPL laser treatments offer the perfect solution
to broken facial veins and rosacea.

Thread vein removal: improving your skin condition with Clinic SP

Facial thread veins are tiny broken capillaries often affecting the face, body and legs. These facial thread veins can advance with exposure to the sun or simply natural ageing.

With laser IPL treatment, the light is absorbed into the targeted blood vessels causing them to coagulate and break down. There is little or no down time making it the perfect treatment to have in a lunch hour.

IPL laser is the perfect solution for rosacea: broken facial veins & redness in the face

Rosacea is a facial skin condition, which causes redness and flushing and is commonly found around the cheeks and nose. The condition can be exacerbated by climatic changes, noticeably by the sun or diet with affected areas resembling red patches, spots and pimples.

Rosacea is a chronic condition, laser IPL is an excellent aid to reduce and relieve effects. The treatment is quick and relatively pain free.

For images showing the results of treatment please click here.

How long does a typical treatment session take?

Typically you need 1-4 sessions to reduce the redness and you may have to maintain the reduction at intervals as the rosacea is an underlying condition.

However if you work out your own personal triggers these may not be needed or the results can be prolonged. In research notes it appears that this condition lasts between 8 – 13 years.

A skin treatment session may take between 15-20 minutes depending on the size of the area to be treated.

Clinic SP are experienced laser treatment specialists in thread vein removal, rosacea and skin rejuvenation. For further advice and consultation, call us today to book an appointment.

We are based in Welwyn Garden city, just a short distance away from Stevenage, Hatfield, 
St Albans, Hitchin and Hertford.

 

Thread vein removal treatment

The light is very carefully filtered to produce a single colour, or wavelength, for different treatments.