Sclerotherapy Leg Veins

Injection Treatment for Leg Veins

Sclerotherapy is the injection of a sclerosing liquid, through an extremely fine needle, causing microscopic damage to the cells lining the vein. The internal walls of the vein become “sticky” and close up. This prevents further flow of blood through the vessels.

The body’s own immune system then clears away the blood vessels.


£90 per treatment

Beauty Care

Before treatment:
Do not use bath oils, lotions or creams on your legs on the day of the treatment
Dress in loose clothing, jogging trousers or skirt and comfortable shoes to accommodate the compression hosiery
If you have already been supplied with a compression stocking bring it with you on the day of the treatment.


After Treatment:
Take a 10 minute walk immediately after treatment
Wear your compression hosiery as instructed. Expect your veins to look worse before they get better
Avoid extremes of temperatures for 14 days i.e. very hot baths, saunas, sun beds
Avoid sun exposure for 4 weeks – pigmentation may take longer to fade
Avoid high impact exercise for 2 weeks
Avoid waxing of the legs for 4 weeks
Elevate your legs as much as possible for the first 2 weeks
If your planning air travel discuss with your practitioner who will advise
Consider wearing compression hosiery long term to minimise thread vein recurrence
Any further concerns please contact: Pure Aesthetics on 0115 950 2020


Veinwave Facial Veins


Thermo-coagulation is based on a high frequency wave producing a thermal lesion with protection of the skin. The exclusive method is effective and relatively painless.

Spider veins are cosmetically unsightly. They are too fine to be treated like varicose veins, but the thermo-coagulation of veinwave is a complete solution and totally safe. Equipped with a magnifying loop, the practitioner introduces a fine needle over the vein and in most cases it disappears instantaneously.

Veinwave can be applied to any kind of skin complexion because it doesn’t cause loss of pigmentation.


£70 per treatment