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Veinwave™ is a revolutionary technique developed by leading vascular surgeons specifically for the treatment of fine thread veins, telangiectasia, psoriasis and rosacea.

The procedure is relatively painless and, unlike any other treatment, can be applied to all areas of the body.  VeinWave treatment is minimally invasive. Nicklel needles are insulated with a micro sheath so that no  trauma can be caused to the surrounding tissue.


The effect of the treatment is instant.  Some patients leave the treatment without any real visible sign on the skin, other than the lack of veins, and some with more sensitive skin may suffer minor reddening which should disappear within a few days if not hours.  The treatment sensation is similar to a warm pin prick, others relate it to a minor sting but which does not linger - often it depends upon the location of the treatment.  Either way, any discomfort is said to be incomparable to the discomfort of laser based treatments.  VeinWave can be used on any part of the body including face, legs & feet.  The treatment is for both men and women.


For more detailed information on each condition, please click on chosen link below


  • Spider Veins ( also known as telangiectasia, thread veins, broken veins, surface veins or venous flares are small blood vessels that have become dilated near the surface of the skin).


Per Procedure    £ 75.00  


Rosacea is a common long-term skin condition that mainly affects the face and can begin with episodes of the skin flushing and turning red. Rosacea typically begins as redness on the central face across the cheeks, nose, or forehead, but can also less commonly affect the neck, chest, ears, and scalp.

In some cases of rosacea, additional symptoms, such as semi-permanent redness, telangiectasia (dilation of superficial blood vessels on the face), red domed papules (small bumps) and pustules, red gritty eyes, burning and stinging sensations, and in some advanced cases, a red lobulated nose (rhinophyma), may develop.

Rosacea symptoms usually begin between the ages of 30 and 50. Identifying symptom triggers is a useful way of controlling rosacea. Triggers identified which may make rosacea appear worse in some people are; exposure to sunlight, stress, cold weather, hot drinks and alcohol.



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