Spider veins cast a seemingly permanent net over human legs, convincing the appendages that they're butterflies. Let your legs flutter to freedom with today's Groupon: for $99, you get two spider-vein treatments at SkinKlinic (a $750 value). This deal is good at locations in Edina, Rogers, and Woodbury.
SkinKlinic’s head skin improver Dr. Scott Ross brings more than 20 years of experience to help banish blotchy veins from otherwise gorgeous gams. During each sclerotherapy treatment, Dr. Ross will transform veiny road maps into crystal-clear bone blankets by injecting a salt water-like solution into the offending vessels. The combating solution fills the chosen veins and causes the walls of the blood vessel to disappear, sending them the way of forgotten dates and lost footage from Howard the Duck.
While only mild discomfort is typically experienced during the treatment, patients will be required to wear support stockings for one to two days following the procedure.
Unlike diamonds and lower-back tattoos, chosen capillaries may take a few weeks to reach desired results, with gradual improvement occurring over the course of both treatments. In some cases more than two treatments may be required to completely remove the unwanted veins. To provide optimal personalized care and attention by the welcoming staff of skin caretakers, Groupon holders should call ahead to schedule an appointment.
SkinKlinic of Edina
Overseen by Dr. Scott Ross, a cosmetic surgeon with more than 25 years of professional experience, the Minneapolis Center for Cosmetic and Laser Surgery and SkinKlinic of Edina collectively treat more than 9,000 patients every year with a combination of surgical, non-invasive, and cosmetic laser treatments. The health-care professionals and paramedical aestheticians enlist Mensa–worthy technology and techniques as they reinvigorate the epidermis or invent entirely new looks. Before asking patients to commit to a particular treatment, the team invites prospective clients in for a complimentary 20-minute consultation to learn more about the procedure, the technology, and the history of the tongue depressor.