Leg Veins

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Veins on the legs can spring up for all kinds of reasons.  This includes pregnancy, long periods on your feet, a bang in the area or just genetics.  If you have an underlying problem such as a bulging varicose vein you will need to get this treated first.  We would recommend seeing your GP for varicose veins.

If you have patches of red/purple leg veins, please come and see us and we will give you our honest, expert advice.  If we think you are suitable you would then require a test patch before a treatment.  Leg veins often require between 3-6 sessions.  However individual cases vary and can sometimes take less or more, depending on size of the area and capillary.

 

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