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ThermaVein has been around in medical terms for the last fifteen years, successfully used in NHS hospitals, clinics and outpatients all that time.

The clinical procedure is quick, effective and comfortable reducing symptoms of facial thread veins, spider veins, blood-spots, rosacea, vascular blemishes and spider naevi, in addition to unsightly skin-tags, facial moles, warts, verrucas, milia, xanthelasma and a host of other skin anomalies.


ThermaVein treatment is £75 an area, less than half the cost of our nearest competitor in Bristol.


If you are interested in any of the the ThermaVein treatments or procedures please call us and make an appointment for a free call-back telephone consultation…


Or book in for an assessment and consult directly at the clinic.

Picture of Thermavein machine


  • Will it hurt?
    Topical anaesthetics are applied both before, during and after the procedure, in short, all procedures are well tolerated.
  • Will I be red sore and puffy?
    There is usually some localised swelling which will be gone in a few hours. There may be some swelling the following morning again this will subside in a few hours.
  • Can I drive home afterwards?
    There is no reason why you should not be able to drive afterwards
  • How long does it take?
    Allow two to two and half hours
  • How long do they last?
    Brows last up to 18 months. Some people like to get them refreshed every year. Lipliner lasts up to three years and eyeliner even longer. When to refresh and top up is entirely up to you. And, each person is very different. Some clients retain pigment really well. Other do not and may require extra visits. Exposure to sun/ sun-beds/ the elements and lifestyle make a difference.
  • Where are you based?
    SA1 in Swansea
  • Can I book an appointment
    Of course you can.......... here is the link to book on line.......
  • Can someone please call me?
    Yes, of course, please give us your mobile number and one of our specialists will call you as soon as we can.
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