Spider veins look like nets on legs, which can convince the appendages that they're butterflies or babies who kept crawling away. Keep limbs in line with today’s Groupon to the Florida Institute of Rejuvenation Medicine in Kissimmee. Choose from the following options:
- For $99, you get two laser spider-vein-removal treatments (an $800 value).
- For $139, you get a spider-vein radio-frequency sclerotherapy treatment for the face (a $500 value).
- For $199, you get a spider-vein radio-frequency sclerotherapy treatment for the thighs (a $1,000 value).
Under Dr. José Ruiz's guidance, the Florida Institute of Rejuvenation Medicine's certified technicians wield high-tech gadgets to rid bodies of spider veins. Spider-vein-removal sessions commence with a consultation, in which technicians evaluate skin and form a plan for banishing the offending spider veins—an ideal process for body areas such as the face, neck, thighs, and liver. Steady hands then guide a laser over skin surfaces to blind veins with light for 10–20 minutes, causing blood vessels to gradually fade away. Post-treatment, skin may temporarily appear flushed and brown spots may seem darker.
Alternatively, patients may opt for the radio-frequency sclerotherapy treatment to target spider veins dwelling in the face or thighs. During the 15–30-minute process, a hair-like needle releases radio-frequency energy into veins to make them vanish more effectively than a secret code scribed in invisible ink. The radio-frequency energy causes clots to form in the veins, rendering them useless to the body, which triggers phagocytosis—the body's natural mechanism to expel the functionless portions of veins. Patients are typically rid of undesired veins after one visit, though after the treatment, small scabs and redness may remain for a few days.
Osceola Corporate Center
1172 Cypress Glen Cir.
Kissimmee, Florida 34741