What You'll Get
Spider veins look like nets on legs, which can convince the appendages that they're butterflies or babies who kept crawling away. Avoid confounding your legs any further with today’s Groupon: for $149, you get two sclerotherapy spider vein treatments at Vein Center of the Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach (a $730 value).
At Vein Center of the Palm Beaches, Dr. Z. Catherine Navarro uses her more than 25 years of medical experience to help relieve patients of spider-veined skin and other venous maladies. During a comprehensive pre-treatment consultation, she’ll thoroughly examine patients’ legs, evaluate symptoms, and administer a short quiz on state capitals before recommending a course of treatment. Some clients may also require an ultrasound, which is not included in today’s Groupon but is usually covered by insurance. Then, during a sclerotherapy treatment, a trained technician injects a powerful solution that seals veins shut, cutting off blood flow so that they eventually fade away, like wax scars from preschool Crayola duels. Patients report only mild discomfort from the microneedle, and because no incisions or anesthetics are used, no downtime is necessary.
Although sclerotherapy treatments can be effective after as few as two sessions, many patients will see the best results after five to six treatments. Each session lasts approximately 30 minutes, roughly the same amount of time it takes to tooth-whittle a No. 2 pencil totem pole.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Must redeem treatments in full by 2/6/12. 24hr cancellation notice or fee up to Groupon price may apply at appointment. Treatments are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Vein Center of the Palm Beaches
Dr. Z. Catherine Navarro and her assistants employ hospital-grade diagnostic technology and cosmetic laser systems to expertly beautify patients' faces and bodies. Their FDA-approved, computer-controlled Exilis devices gently warm subdermal layers with controlled doses of laser light energy, stimulating collagen production and helping to firm skin tone. The technicians also deliver non-invasive treatments to make spider veins fade away like wax scars from preschool Crayola duels.