What You'll Get
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 deal: for $120, you get a sclerotherapy treatment at Virginia Vein Care in McLean, Virginia and Purcelville, Virginia (a $375 value).
Virginia Vein Care helps reverse the spread of undesirable venous blights with cosmetic medial procedures administered by experienced medical professionals. Sclerotherapy alleviates the bulges of varicose veins and the discoloration of spider veins, restoring clients' confidence and enabling them to show skin again, even when no one asks. During the treatment, offending veins receive a shot of solution that encourages blood-vessel lining to band together and clot, causing it to be reabsorbed by the body. The number of veins treated in one session also varies according to the size and location of veins, and patients may experience slight discomfort as the veins whine and complain about being kicked out of the dermal party. Results can be seen in three weeks to four months depending on vein size and type.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. 2hr cancellation notice required. Groupon may be applied toward other treatment if patient is not eligible for treatment. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Virginia Vein Care
Dr. Lawrence J. Markovitz, a board-certified thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon who has earned The Washingtonian magazine's Top Doctor of 2010 award, works at Virginia Vein Care with a crew of other talented medical professionals.
He works alongside a registered nurse and trained ultrasound technicians as they diagnosis varicose, spider, and other venous conditions. An advanced ultrasound examination reveals these issues before the doctors customize a treatment plan. Twisted and bulging varicose veins quickly unknot during the VNUS Closure procedure, which collapses vessels with radio frequency, and spider veins break down before the powers of traditional sclerotherapy or ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy. VeinGogh Thermolysis uses microbursts of energy to remove hair-thin veins on the face and body that have begun to distract from your beautiful eyes or ability to hold an entire bagel in your mouth.