Lumivasale – Laser Thread Vein Removal

The Lumivasale Diode Laser effectively treats thread veins in various areas on the body, including thighs, calves, ankles and the face.

The pin point accurate laser can target both red and purple veins and in some cases you will have instant permanent results.

The Lumivasale offers the instant, safe and permanent treatment for red veins often referred to as thread veins, or spider veins and medically referred to as telangiectasia.



Utilising sophisticated Diode technology the LumiVASALE laser thread vein removal device works by applying a narrow 980nm laser beam to target the vein using a precise application.

The red blood cells in the thread veins absorb the laser energy, causing the blood within the vein to heat up, damaging the wall of the vein. This reaction causes the thread vein to close down, and when it does, the body absorbs the vein, causing it to disappear.


Whilst there are no physical benefit to removing thread veins as they are harmless, many people benefit from a huge positive impact on self-confidence, which is essential for their mental and emotional health and wellbeing.

Clients may find that having your thread veins removed gives them the confidence to wear a wider variety of clothes, wear less makeup, reveal their legs in the summer or be far less self-conscious in social situations.

Thread vein removal is often far quicker than clients anticipate too, and many are treated during their lunch break.


Prices For This Treatment

  • Small - £75 per session
  • Medium - £100 per session
  • Large - £150 per session

10% off a block booking of 3 treatments
15% off a block booking of 6 treatments

An appointment to return to the clinic 3 months after your final treatment is made to assess the results.

*A free consultation worth £60 for all appointments, including full consultation and patch test. This must be carried out a minimum of 7 days prior to your first treatment.

This treatment is not suitable if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.


  • Return back to work

     Immediately (minimal downtime)

  • For best results

    Treatment every 4 to 6 weeks

  • Anaesthetic required

    Numbing cream can be used as directed

  • Test patch required

    A minimum of 7 days prior

  • Procedure time

    5 to 30 minutes, depending on the size of the area being treated

  • Duration of results

    Permanent, may require top ups depending on any future breakouts

  • Risks or complications

    Blistering, crusting, swelling, burns


Results depend on maintenance needed as each patient responds differently to the treatment.

frequently asked questions

Spider veins are a common vascular condition characterized by the appearance of small, dilated blood vessels near the surface of the skin. They often manifest as red, blue, or purple lines or webs, typically on the legs but can appear on other parts of the body as well. While they are generally benign, they can be indicative of underlying venous insufficiency or other circulatory issues. Risk factors for spider veins include genetics, hormonal changes, obesity, pregnancy, and prolonged standing or sitting.

Laser therapy has emerged as a leading treatment option for spider veins due to its precision and effectiveness. During the procedure, a specialized laser device emits concentrated beams of light that target the pigmentation within the spider veins. This light energy heats and damages the blood vessel, causing it to collapse and eventually be reabsorbed by the body. Over time, the treated veins fade from view, leaving behind smoother, clearer skin.

Following laser therapy for spider veins, patients may experience mild redness, swelling, or bruising in the treated area. These side effects typically subside within a few days and can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers and cold compresses.
Patients should avoid strenuous exercise, hot baths, and sun exposure for a period following treatment to allow the skin to heal properly.

The results of laser therapy for spider veins are often noticeable within a few weeks of the initial treatment, with continued improvement over the following months as the body gradually absorbs and eliminates the treated veins. While laser therapy can significantly reduce the appearance of spider veins, it may not eliminate them entirely, particularly in cases of severe or extensive vein damage.
Factors such as genetics, lifestyle habits, and underlying medical conditions can influence the long-term success of laser therapy. Some people may require maintenance treatments periodically to address new vein formations or recurrent symptoms.