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How to remove broken veins on the face

Red thread veins on the face, also known as facial telangiectasia, are small dilated blood vessels that appear near the surface of the skin. They are most commonly found on the cheeks, nose and chin. Factors that could contribute to the development of red thread veins on the face could be genetics, sun exposure, ageing, rosacea, hormonal fluctuations, lifestyle factors and others. 
 

When they are superficial and defined they can  be successfully improved with minimal discomfort using a fine probe and heat energy. Advanced Electrolysis is very effective, minimally invasive treatment for, not only red thread veins on the face, but also spider veins and cherry angiomas or campbell de morgan spots.  

Consultation is necessary to assess the area, explain the process in detail and discuss the After care. It is important to disclose medical history, any medical conditions or any medication taken as they could affect the treatment. If suitable, the treatment can proceed or can be booked for another day.

After the procedure, you may experience some redness, swelling, or minor discomfort in the treated area. This is normal and should subside within a few days. Depending on the severity of the red thread veins and individual response to treatment, one session may be sufficient or multiple sessions may be required to achieve the desired results. 

For more information or to book the consultation please give as a call 02076075111.