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Laser Thread Vein Removal | Rocambolesque | Harrogate

Feel confident in your own skin with

Laser thread Vein Removal

We can help you get rid of unwanted leg veins with the best technology in the aesthetics industry (Elite+TM by Cynosure) so you can start living your best life!

Never worry again about wearing the

short dress, show off those legs

For some, thread veins can be embarrassing & stop them wearing items of clothing they want to wear. It can really affect some peoples self-esteem. Reducing or eliminating the appearance of these visible veins can be life-changing. Here at Rocambolesque we offer a quick & easy solution using industry leading technology.

The advanced laser technology is available for a number of treatments, from smaller spider veins, to more visible veins that are often  seen on the face or legs. 

Woman in Dress after Thread Vein Removal

for legs you can't wait to show off

How Laser Thread Vein Removal Works

The Elite+TM used at Rocambolesque is a non-invasive laser system that uses pulses of light to selectively target blue, purple, and red veins that are visible. After the treatment, the targeted vessels naturally disappear without any surgical assistance. 



Laser Thread Vein Removal is £75 for a half hour session.

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    DISCLAIMER. As we are all unique individuals we respond to procedures in different ways.  This means that your treatment plan, down time, recovery time and results will never be the exact same as the next client. We base our information on the training and extensive experience we have gained from treating a wide number of clients, both male and female and from varying age ranges and therefore this is an average patient treatment experience. It is vital to have a full in-depth consultation to see how each treatment would be for you. Results do differ from one patient to another.

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