Spider veins got you down? At Beautiful U, we know these vascular blemishes can be a nuisance to our clients. Appearing as thin curvy lines, usually with a slightly red or purple hue, “telangiectasia” or visible veins, are medically recognized. In most cases they don’t have any direct effect or impact on the health of the body. So, other than creeping up and causing an eyesore, they aren’t a warning for concern. Signs of telangiectasia can include spider veins, broken vessels, and vascular lesions/spots. Although they are most commonly found on the face and legs, these pesky buggers can be found anywhere on the body.

Using our Elite MPX Laser System, Beautiful U’s expertly trained Technicians cauterize these lesions to ensure clear, spider vein free skin. The number of treatments required to achieve optimal clearance of these vascular lesions is dependent on the size and diameter of the vessels, therefore a complimentary consultation is required. If you suffer with unsightly spider veins or vascular lesions, contact Beautiful U today.



Facial or BodyStarting at $49.00

Pre Treatment

  • Avoid sun exposure and tanning in treatment area for 2 weeks prior to treatment.
  • Remove all make-up & moisturizers from the treatment site.
  • Avoid Flying for 48 hours after the treatment.
  • You should not be pregnant or breastfeeding to receive treatment.
  • When treating facial telangiectasia near the mouth, rolled-up gauze can be placed between the lips and teeth to protect the teeth from discomfort.
  • Apply ice or chilled gel-packs prior to treatment to increase comfort and provide increased epidermal protection.
  • Avoid aspirin or other blood thinning drugs (vitamin E, Gingo Biloba), ibuprofen, or arthritis medication for two days before and after treatment.
  • Avoid alcohol for 2 days before and after treatment.
  • To avoid discomfort do not shave legs the day of your appointment, shave the day before.
  • Do not apply lotions to legs before appointment.
  • Eat a light meal/snack one hour before treatment.
  • Bring loose fitting shorts/pants to wear after treatment.
  • If you develop a fever or other illness before your appointment you must reschedule.

Post Treatment

  • Discomfort such as swelling, redness, or bruising can be relieved with ice packs or cold compresses and acetaminophen.
  • For larger leg veins, some physicians say the use of compression stockings (30-40 mm Hg Pressure) for up to five days after treatment may increase client comfort and help reduce bruising.
  • If crusting occurs, an over the counter antibiotic ointment or lubricating cream may be recommended.
  • Post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation is a common response (especially with darker skin types) to vascular laser treatments and tends to resolve over time.
  • You may resume your normal daily activities immediately, but avoid strenuous aerobic exercise until further advised. Walking is encouraged.
  • Avoid aspirin, Advil or ibuprofen. These tend to thin blood and can lead to excessive bruising.
  • Call if you experience any severe reactions such as profound pain, intense itching, redness, fever, or signs of infection.
  • Avoid hot conditions such as saunas, Jacuzzis, or hot showers for 7-10 days after treatment.
  • Do not scratch, pick or rub at any scabbing or crusting, as this can cause scarring.
  • Avoid all sun exposure on treated areas. Use a sunscreen with SPF 25 or greater to treated areas whenever sun exposure is unavoidable.
  • If makeup is necessary, a mineral makeup such as Jane Iredale is recommended.
  • Treatments are scheduled at 4-6 week intervals, depending on the rate of clearance. Larger vessels may take 8-12 weeks to fully resolve. Consistent treatments will produce the best results.

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