A Tennessee woman visited a medspa to purchase some makeup, however she could not turn down the offer of a free laser facial consultation. Unfortunately for her, this spur of the moment decision was destined to impact on her life in a cruel way. Included in the consultation was a complimentary spider vein laser treatment. This persuaded the woman to opt for a full facial. However, the forty-two year old woke up the following morning to find that she had second-degree burns on her face. Continue reading
If you see a red or blue patch of veins on your face or anywhere else on your body, there are chances are that you are suffering from spider veins. Nobody knows how or why spider veins occur but it is common knowledge that the spider veins are a distinct spot on your beauty. Spider vein removal is a big part of cosmetic industry and there are several ways of doing it. One of the most common methods of spider vein removal is by Sclerotherapy. In this method the surgeon injects a solution in to the spider vein causing it to collapse and turn into scar tissue to be absorbed by the body. Continue reading
Thankful to the advancement of science and man’s never ending struggle for betterment, the quest for beauty didn’t end with highly invasive plastic surgeries. Cosmetic surgery has come a long way now and non-invasive, quick and affordable cosmetic treatments are the new catch. Blue Light facial therapy is effective in many skin problems that include acne, skin discolorations, melasma, freckles, hyper pigmentation, varicose veins, spider veins, dark under eye circles and rosacea. If you have any of these problems and do not wish to go under the knives, then the Blue Light facial is the perfect treatment for you. Continue reading
BEVERLY HILLS, CA, October 28, 2010 – Crawling under her skin, they multiply to create an unsightly purple web that lowers a woman’s hem quicker than the latest fashion trend, or drives her from the beach and swimsuit for the reassurance of shorts or jeans. But spider, or varicose veins, no longer need to be hidden or tolerated with the breakthrough Asclera treatment offered by Dr. Simon Ourian of Epione Medical in Beverly Hills.
The unsightly swollen or twisted veins virtually evaporate with Dr. Ourian’s treatment that incorporates the new injection drug. “Varicose veins and the smaller so-called spider veins are most common on a person’s legs, but can appear anywhere on the body and seemingly out of nowhere, ” Dr. Ourian says of the treatment approved this year by the federal Food and Drug Administration. “That’s why Asclera injections, a type of sclerotherapy treatment, are so attractive. They are especially suited for treatment of small types of varicose veins in which improving appearance is the goal.”