Facial Veins Treatment: Understanding and Solutions
Causes and Treatment Options
Facial veins can be hereditary, as a result of ageing or chronic red skin.
Facial Veins from £120
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is it for Me?
Thermolysis can reduce facial redness. Most people who have chronic redness in the face will have an element of broken blood vessels contributing to the overall redness.
How does it work?
Thermolysis works by closing the tiny vessels, so they disappear.
How many treatments will I need?
Depending on how severe your problem is, you may require more than one session. We recommend you leave six weeks in between each treatment.
Is there any downtime?
Immediately after treatment, your face may be more red, this will settle quite quickly, micro crusts will form over the treated area and fall away within a couple of weeks.
Are there any medical reasons you cannot have this treatment?
This treatment is very safe. The main reason you may not be suitable is if you have a cardiac pacemaker.
Liz is a total pro and I would not trust anyone else
I have been having treatments and skincare advice with Lizzy for a couple of years now. She really knows her craft very well and the results are natural and fresh. It is great to be able to trust someone and know that you have continuity of treatments. Liz is a total pro and I would not trust anyone else!