Two or Four Spider Vein-Removal Treatments at DrC360 (Up to 81% Off)

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Customer Reviews

22 Ratings

I only did half of the Groupon I paid for because they told me it may not work on my feet although i have spider veins there from an accident. But I can see it's helped somewhat already, and I will finish the process and will hope in a few weeks the red goes away....I'm pleased to say it's worth doing and in a few weeks when redness disappears I'll give it 5 stars!!
Diane W. · May 12, 2017
Terra was wonderful - jury still out on the results of the Fraxel laser but I am feeling very good about returning. Beautiful facility and great value.
Gayle H. · July 27, 2017
Nice place, friendly Staff and the procedure was great! I had a few red spots and they are fading nicely.
Kathryn B. · July 10, 2017

What You'll Get


Choose Between Two Options

  • $122 for two spider vein-removal treatments ($600 value)
  • $224 for four spider vein-removal treatments ($1,200 value)

During appointments, a licensed professional employs a Cynosure laser to target unwanted veins. The light causes them to collapse and gradually fade from view. May require a number sessions for best results.

Spider and Varicose Veins: What’s the Difference?

Spider and varicose veins are often mentioned in the same breath, but the two differ in significant ways. Brush up on your anatomical knowledge with Groupon’s examination of the subject.

The job of veins is clear: cycle blood back to the heart through small valves, which open to permit flow in the right direction and close to prevent it from turning back. But sometimes these valves fail, causing blood to pool, pressure to build, and veins—which have weaker walls than arteries—to dilate. The malfunction of the one-way valves is known as venous insufficiency, and the resulting circulatory stasis is what causes knotty, inflamed, and sometimes painful veins to emerge at the skin’s surface. They crop up most often in the legs, where the vascular current must work hardest to overcome the force of gravity.

Though they stem from the same root cause and often appear in the same places, there are key differences between spider and varicose veins. Spider veins, formally called telangiectasias for extra creepiness, are technically not veins, but rather capillaries—the small blood vessels that move blood between arteries and veins—that have dilated. Though cosmetically undesirable when inflamed, these vessels play a less important role in circulation and pose no critical threat to their host’s overall health. However, varicose veins—which are visibly much larger and often darker than spider veins—occur in larger conductors that play a more important part in sending blood back to the heart. They can be particularly painful, and often require treatment not merely to look good in cellophane knee socks, but to maintain a healthy vascular system.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Consultation required; non-candidates and other refund requests will be honored before service provided. Appointment required. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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