What is Vascular Therapy?

Vascular therapy is a non-surgical, and minimally invasive treatment for removing unwanted veins. Laser or light energy treatments are commonly used to correct vein issues without harming the skin or tissue. Vascular treatments are designed to destroy the vein walls and result in a collapse. The vein no longer functions after it collapses and is absorbed into the body. The remaining blood is carried by the remaining healthy veins and arteries.

Will it hurt?

No! The treatment is gentle, non-invasive and painless. You will feel slight warmth but nothing more.

How does it work?

Vascular treatment with laser therapy is one of the most commonly performed treatments. Lasers penetrate the skin and are absorbed into the blood vessels. The light energy destroys the walls of the veins, causing them to collapse. The treatment can be used to remove minor vein issues and larger vein issues such as spider veins covering the entire legs.

The collapsed vein is absorbed into the body over time, and the blood is carried by surrounding veins. The laser causes no damage to the skin or tissue. 

How many treatments will I need?

On average, a treatment course is recommended between 6-8 sessions spaced 2 weeks apart to receive maximum results. Each treatment will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.


  • No downtime
  • Improved circulation
  • Reduction in swelling
  • Restore irritated skin
  • Non-surgical treatment
  • Fast treatment

Single Treatment

  • Small Area - £50
  • Medium Area - £65
  • Large Area - £95

Course of 6

  • Small Area - £250
  • Medium Area - £310
  • Large Area - £510


Missing appointments need to be avoided if you want to reach the maximum results.

We cannot guarantee the best results if appointments are forgotten about and not re-arranged within a few days of the initial appointment.

All appointments missed without a minimum of 24-hours notice will not be able to be rebooked. All missed pay-as-you-go treatments will be charged a cancellation fee of 100% of the area being treated.

This will need to be paid on or before your next appointment.