Treat Facial Redness: Veinwave

If you wake up with a face full of tiny red capillaries despite cutting out a good-night glass of Chardonnay, you might be experiencing spider veins, also known as facial telangiectasias or facial redness.

Healthy face3Facial redness can unfortunately be of multiple different colors – bluish, purplish – pick your favorite, and as such it’s nothing uncommon. It can occur for various reasons, but generally it is caused by broken capillaries and spider veins in your face. The exact cause of spider veins – named for their obvious similarity to a spider weaving its web – is not perfectly clear, but some common aspects are huge contributing factors: heredity, pregnancy, aging, hormonal changes, sun damage, etc. Add some occasional alcohol, bad diet and no sleep, and the disaster is on its way. The most affected areas on the face are around the nose, cheeks and chin, and in whites of the eyes. Facial redness is usually not a major health issue, but very much a cosmetic concern. A little bit of blushing every now and then can be cute, but who wants to permanently look like a tomato?

Healthy face5And that’s why it’s time for you to meet Veinwave. This is a minimally invasive, modern procedure; safe, painless and gentle, and thus a perfect solution for facial redness as it can easily treat even the smallest little veins in your face. It uses thermocoagulation to heat and close vessels immediately with an electrical device. Downtime and discomfort are non-existent, and the recovery is immediate – you can go right back to work after the treatment. If you have sensitive skin, you might experience some reddening in the treated area, but most of us will see no sign of anything having been done to the facial skin.

Facial spider veins can be just an aesthetic concern for a while, but the longer you leave them untreated, the more complicated the procedure will eventually be. 75% of women over the age of 18 have spider veins, so don’t be one of them and get your facial redness treated now!

Published on: 30 May 2015
Posted by: Veins