Spider veins, much like spider monkeys, may attract attention when paraded about in a pair of shorts. Expel unwanted leers with today’s Groupon to SkinKlinic of Edina, part of the Minneapolis Center for Cosmetic and Laser Surgery. Choose between the following options:
- For $99, you get one cosmetic spider-vein treatment (a $375 value).
- For $125, you get two cosmetic spider-vein treatments (a $750 value).
With 20 years of professional skincare experience, Dr. Scott Ross applies the latest aesthetic technologies to a range of beautifying procedures that includes spider-vein treatments. After cleansing gams with an antiseptic solution, the doctor enlists the 75-year old sclerotherapy technique to exterminate spider veins with minimal discomfort and zero smacks from fly swatters. Isolating the engorged vein, the professional capillary calmer smoothly pricks epidermal terrains with a saltwater-like solution, which ousts overzealous blood and knocks down inflamed vessel walls. The body’s natural healing powers and an ingested box of Band-Aids heal vein irritation, causing natural fishnet leggings to disappear over the course of several weeks, with best results appearing after multiple treatments. After the 15–45 minute streamlining session, clients sport support stockings while restricting exercise and sun exposure for one or two days.
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.