Unlike real spiders, spider veins are impervious to rolled-up magazines and rarely inspire beloved children’s novels. Squash pesky skin arachnids with today's Groupon: for $79, you get two laser spider-vein treatments for up to a 3"x3" section at National Laser Institute Medical Spa (a $250 value).
Fresh off TV appearances for its sister location on Arizona news stations, National Laser Institute’s licensed practitioners couple ample medical aesthetic knowledge with advanced laser equipment to help erase unwanted spider veins doodled on lower limbs. During an initial consultation, trained techs will examine each unwanted vein’s size, shape, and taxonomic classification while discussing treatment game plans with patients. Vein banishers, armed with a specialized laser, then send out high-energy wavelengths across a 3"x3" area of skin, allowing light rays to tap-dance deep into the dermis with minimal pain. Once below the skin's surface, the beams ransack the vein’s vault, scattering the blood cells, plasma, and paperwork for offshore bank accounts contained within before sealing shut vessel walls indefinitely. Over time, inner aqueducts will reroute blood, and the vein can collapse and withdraw into the body’s black hole.
Appointment cancellation must be done 48 hours before the day of the appointment. An appointment that is missed or cancelled less than 48 hours before the appointment will be subject to a $50 fee. This fee must be paid prior to redeeming any future vouchers.
National Laser Institute Medical Spa
The National Laser Institute Medical Spa offices in Scottsdale and Dallas are equipped with top-notch laser machines, technologies, and products to help clients look and feel their best. At each address, a seasoned staff of physicians, nurses, aestheticians and certified laser technicians revamps bodies and faces with services such as eMatrix skin-rejuvenation and fractional wrinkle-reduction treatments—the latest fad popular among shar-peis. No matter what service patients choose, they are treated with the utmost professionalism, courtesy and kindness. You can see some of the treatments in action on NLI's press page.