Veins were never meant to be seen, much like all of the exposed wiring on the back of the moon. Keep up appearances with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $69 for one 30-minute sclerotherapy treatment (a $300 value)
- $119 for two 30-minute sclerotherapy treatments (a $600 value)
- $159 for three 30-minute sclerotherapy treatments (a $900 value)
A medical aesthetician injects spider veins with a sclerosant solution that collapses them, causing them to painlessly fade away. Clients wear graduated compression stockings after their sessions, and should wait four to six weeks between subsequent appointments.
As a medical aesthetician, Tracy Hendry applies her knowledge of beauty and wellness to almost all of the body's major systems. When dealing with spider veins—offshoots of the circulatory system—the registered nurse and her staff erase unsightly vascular branches from legs during sclerotherapy sessions. Her weight-loss and nutrition programs help digestive systems correct course and strive to increase energy and boost metabolism with B12. Fitness regimens, meanwhile, draw from Tracy's beach-body coaching to address imbalances in the muscular system.
Still, some of Tracy's most popular services are only skin-deep. As clinical director of UnPuckerd Med-Aesthetics, she oversees beautifying procedures ranging from Obagi and Vi peels to applications of jane iredale mineral cosmetics. Her Botox and Juvéderm injections kick wrinkles to the curb, disguising their ages more effectively than enrolling birthday cakes in the witness-protection program.
100% of 70 customers
“Great service great personel great deal!!”
“Tracy provided wonderful service while being warm and personable too.”
“Tracy Hedrey was wonderful. Her bedside manner is excellent, she has a very calming manner about her. The experience was a pleasant, upbeat one and I would...”
“Tracy Hedrey was wonderful. Her bedside manner is excellent, she has a very calming manner about her. The experience was a pleasant, upbeat one and I would recommend her to others.”