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August 9, 2020

Spider Veins On Face Treatment

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A spider vein of the face is a disease that affects many people across the world. The research shows that the disease affects a least 20 to 25 million Americans, making it one of the most chronic diseases in North America. Spider veins of the face are usually smaller than the spider veins of the legs. The spider veins of the face cause telangiectasia, making the skin thinner and more visible exposing the veins which with sun exposure and inflammatory like acne thus causing damage to blood vessel walls and prolonged dilation breaking capillaries. When they’re broken, the veins won’t get back to their normal size or get repaired. The spider veins on face treatment in the following five ways.

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Radiofrequency and Electrocautery

These are cheaper methods for vaporizing broken capillaries and redness of the chest and the face. They’re quick and can treat the tiniest veins that cannot be treated by lasers or sclerotherapy.


This is a quality concealer used in a less obvious place of the face or in minimal broken capillaries.


It makes facial spider veins visible through building collagen in the dermis minimizing their appearance.

veins treatmentsSclerotherapy

This is a procedure that involves injecting a chemical solution or salt water in the veins, thus making them to harden and disappear. This invasive procedure is an excellent treatment solution for spider veins of the face which are larger in size.


These are also known as IPL (Intense Pulsed Light). Lasers use a light beam to seal the vessel off, thus making them dissolve. The treatments heat the veins and can lead to the destruction of the sweat glands but can be riskier if the treatment is carried out frequently and it’s also very expensive.

There’re multiple ways in which one can treat spider veins of the face. In fact, no single method is better than the others. The best treatment depends on the number, size and the place where the veins are located.

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