Spider veins, also known as varicose veins, is a common condition where veins are swollen, enlarged, and often twisted. They appear when vascular valves in the veins don’t work properly and allow blood to pool or flow in the wrong direction. This leads to their dark blue or purple color which causes many insecurities. We now offer virtual and in-person workshops to all of our MAAI graduates so you can learn to perform these treatments. This condition affects approximately 1 in 4 adults, leading many to search for treatment. Luckily, one of the best techniques of treating spider veins is now more convenient than ever, and it is sclerotherapy. The technique focuses on shrinking the enlarged blood vessels by injecting a sclerosant, a specialized solution engineered for the treatment, into the affected area.
Sclerotherapy is one of the best options for varicose veins since the results are very successful. The solution is injected into the targeted veins and the sclerosant works by irritating the lining of the blood vessel in order to cause local swelling and block blood flow. This eventually turns the enlarged veins into scar tissue and it eventually fades away. After receiving the therapy, smaller veins can begin to show changes within three to six weeks. The larger veins may take a few months and multiple sessions to get the desired results. All of this is very popular since the procedure is minimally-invasive and cost-effective.
A 1ml vial will cost about $100 and treatment typically costs $499. Our course costs $350 virtually and $650 for a 2-hour hands on workshop. This is a great short-term investment that yields a high return in no time. Overall, a session of sclerotherapy generally takes less than one hour to complete, which makes it a relatively easy procedure. Many clients are looking towards this outstanding treatment to change their lives. We can offer them a cheap and less invasive treatment that will have such a positive impact.
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