Non-Surgical / Face
Spider veins are red and purple blood vessels on the legs and face that appear in clusters; they are delicate and grow in groups. Whereas varicose veins are wide, swollen and occur specifically on the legs. The deeper veins in the skin may cause pain, both in spider veins and reticular, or "feeder" veins. Spider veins do not normally pose a threat to health.
Although they can cause discomfort and pain, spiders are mainly a cosmetic concern. You can now use a laser to diminish spider veins and varicose veins. By exposing the pigmented lesion to brief bursts of visible laser light, the temperature in the melanin may increase sharply and the spots and lesions absorb light. The laser light then breaks down the melanin-containing cells and The body replaces these cells with new cells leaving only healthy tissue behind.