Red Thread Vein Removal

Red Thread Vein Removal2020-09-23T13:01:35+01:00

At Clinic 33 we carry out thread vein removal treatments using ThermaVein, the instant, safe and permanent way to remove facial thread veins.

Do you suffer from unsightly red thread veins? Let’s talk about your options…

What are thread veins?

Thread veins, also known as spider veins or broken veins, and medically referred to as telangiectasia, are small veins close to the surface of the skin. They’re appearance can be distressing to some but treatments are available.

What can I expect at the thread vein treatment session?

Treatments usually take around 15 minutes. Immediately after your treatment you will see a significant improvement, if not a total eradication of your broken veins.

The safest and most effective Thread Vein removal available

How does ThermaVein technology work?

Unlike most other broken vein treatments ThermaVein does not use IPL, laser or epilation, all of which have disadvantages and side-effects.

Instead, Thermavein technology uses a microburst of current through the surface of the skin to trigger a process called Thermocogulation. This causes the vein walls to collapse and seal, and the thread veins disappear instantly.

The treatment uses a fine probe for complete accuracy and optimal results. It is quick, relatively painless with minimal downtime, and safe for all skin types. There is no damage to surrounding tissue and almost no risk of bruising, scarring or change/loss in pigment.

How does Thread Vein Removal technology work?

ThermaVein was developed in collaboration with Dr Brian Newman M.D., FRCS, otherwise known as the pioneer of a process called “thermocoagulation”. ThermaVein technology uses this process to seal vein walls, causing them to permanently disappear!

But how?

A form of high frequency microwave energy is individually delivered to each vein via a fine skin probe.

Does red thread vein treatment hurt?

Usually the discomfort is minimal. People often compare it to having a hair plucked.

Red Thread Vein Removal

Before & After Treatment
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What to expect from a thread vein removal treatment

  • Instant results
  • No bruising or scarring

  • Proven technology
  • Relatively painless
  • Quick

  • Minimal downtime

Why would I choose ThermaVein treatment over laser treatment?

This technology is made specifically to target threadveins and nothing else, and the downtime is very minimal in comparison to laser.

“After 15-20 minutes my face was initially red and a little hot but in the days after I started to see parts of the vein disappearing almost like magic! 8-10 days later, my redness had completely gone and now 2 years my skin is looking calm and as ‘un-red’ as ever.”

Olivia, Burgess Hill

Treatment FAQ’s

Do you use anaesthetic for red thread vein removal?2020-09-18T15:39:52+01:00

No anaesthetic is used for this treatment.

Will my face be swollen, red or irritated after red thread vein removal?2020-09-18T15:38:17+01:00

Your skin will be red after the treatment but it will calm after a few hours and after some days it will have gone completely.

How much does red thread vein removal cost?2020-09-18T15:37:43+01:00

Depending on the size of the area, this treatment can cost from £50 up to £200. Please see our pricing page for price details of all treatments

How might I expect my skin to look after red thread vein removal?2020-09-18T15:37:18+01:00

After one treatment, the veins will appear to have disappeared as the vein has been shut down by the body which will see it as a dead cell so gradually break it down and excrete it from your body.

How many treatments will I need?2020-09-18T15:36:55+01:00

Many clients can be treated in just one appointment. However, for severe conditions you might need more treatments; however, it would be unusual to need more than 3 visits ever.

Interested? Please fill out the enquiry form on our contact page and one of our consultants will be in touch.

Not what your looking for? We have many other treatments to choose from. Why not take a look?

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