Like the robotics laboratory your parents assembled you in, veins were never meant for you to see. Conceal your components with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $99 for a 3-milliliter foam sclerotherapy treatment for spider veins (a $195 value)
- $149 for a 6-milliliter foam sclerotherapy treatment for spider veins (a $375 value)<p>
In sclerotherapy treatments, a medical professional injects treatments areas with a sclerosing agent, which irritates the walls of the faulty veins, gradually fading them from view as they are closed and then absorbed by the body. While the amount of the sclerosing agent required to treat a vein varies from person to person, a 3-millilter treatment typically can treat a few small areas.<p>
Neos Med Spa
Board-certified doctor and medical director of Neos Med Spa, Briana Cain, NMD, insists that her licensed medical staff undergo intensive training in both the technology and administration of all treatments. This expert training, combined with a catlike fascination with lasers, has led to the center’s specialization in laser procedures, including hair removal, spider-vein removal, custom skin-rejuvenation treatments to treat acne, and anti-aging treatments. A detailed consultation precedes each treatment, helping technicians develop a custom plan of action that optimizes results. Neos MedSpa also offers Botox and Dysport injections, and a medically supervised weight-loss program that supplements a very low-calorie diet with HCG injections to help patients lose one to two pounds a day.
89% of 71 customers recommend
“I bought 1 sessions through Groupon Brian gives many good tips concerning nutrition & is a good cheerleader!”
“Great place, liked nurse who did injections.”
“Nice staff and very informative! I appreciate the opportunity to schedule an appt. because you're given alloted time to chat and feel comfortable as opposed to rushed...”
“Nice staff and very informative! I appreciate the opportunity to schedule an appt. because you're given alloted time to chat and feel comfortable as opposed to rushed along.”