Seventeenth-century shipping routes drastically improved once navigators began referring to actual maps of waterways instead of the veins on their thighs. Steer clear of veiny skin with today's Groupon to New Look Vein and Aesthetic Center. Choose from the following options:
- For $49, you get one VeinGogh treatment for very small spider veins on the face (a $200 value).
- For $99, you get one sclerotherapy session to treat spider and varicose veins on the legs (a $300 value).
- For $149, you get two sclerotherapy sessions to treat spider and varicose veins on the legs (a $600 value).
Helmed by Dr. Raffi Krikorian, the staff at New Look Vein and Aesthetic Center train continually to banish painful and conspicuous veins using up-to-date methods. During VeinGogh Ohmic Thermolysis treatments, an insulated probe as thin as a strand of hair or a Jiminy Cricket antenna delves into vessels up to 0.3mm in size, coagulating them with controlled heat and less pain than a blood draw.
Alternatively, sclerotherapy sessions employ a small needle to inject a chemical concoction into dark vessels, causing them to pout, throw a brief tantrum, and then collapse, allowing the body to easily reabsorb them and leave the grocery store without having to buy them the toy fire truck. Full results emerge in about four weeks, and two sclerotherapy sessions are typically enough to fully treat both legs.
New Look Vein and Aesthetic Center
Dr. Raffi Krikorian, the medical director at New Look Vein and Aesthetic Center, and his staff employ vascular know-how as they treat unsightly, unruly, and painful vessels in the legs. Techniques range from laser, radiofrequency, and chemical-injection treatment of large varicose veins to more dramatic ambulatory phlebectomies and cheese-baited vein traps. In addition to fighting the purple graffiti of unwanted veins, they also ward off the signs of aging with wrinkle-plumping injectables and chemical-peel facials. Vials of Latisse pump up eyelash volume to fortissimo and hand rejuvenation leaves paws smooth and supple, as if they'd been washing dishes in the Fountain of Youth.