How can I treat my spider veins

 

Summer time and holidays are when most of us want to wear shorts, swim suits and no makeup, but for people with spider veins this is not always an easy option.  BLOOM Wellington now offers a simple and affordable treatment for this.  You no longer have to treat tiny spider veins with painful sclerotherapy injections and weeks of compression socks.  Bloom offers non surgical treatment with aesthetic laser technology from Cutera.  This is an American company who have created the most advanced medical grade laser called  – Excel V.  Our treatment targets, reduces and softens the colour of spider veins on your face or body. 

How does the Bloom Excel V Laser work? 

Our Excel V laser delivers pulses of light energy which cause the blood within the vein to coagulate, eventually destroying the treated vessel.  This vessel is then reabsorbed by your body.  Blood flow will naturally be redirected to other small vessels below the skin.   Read more about Spider Veins on our page.

At your initial appointment

  • You will meet one of Bloom’s laser therapists or registered nurses
  • She will do an assessment of your problem area(s)
  • A treatment plan is made for you
  • Costs and packages will be discussed
  • Answer all FAQs
  • This appointment will take 15-20 minutes
  • This initial consultation is Free

Why should I treat my Spider Veins?

Although they may only be cosmetic – our registered nurses are trained in assessing the possible underlying causes of your spider veins and may discuss this with you. Spider veins where ever they may be on the body are unsightly.  This can effect your confidence to wear shorts, skirts and swim suits.  No need to cover up with a concealer or foundation any more.  At Bloom our staff are very discreet and understand how important it is to soften or diminish the appearance of those unsightly veins – helping you to regain your confidence, because you’re worth it. 

How can I treat my spider veins

 

Call 04 8016999 or send us an email info@bloomclinic.co.nz to book your free consultation today

 

 

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