Say goodbye to varicose and spider veins.
What Is Sclerotherapy?
Sclerotherapy is a medical procedure and vein treatment used to eliminate varicose and spider veins. Varicose veins are enlarged, swollen, and twisted veins, while spider veins are small, damaged veins that may appear in the form of thin lines, webs, or branches. Varicose veins are often found on the legs, while spider veins can be found on the nose, lips, cheeks, or legs. Treatment involves an injection of the FDA-approved solution, Asclera®, directly into the vein(s). The solution irritates the lining of the blood vessel, causing it to collapse and eventually vanish. Sclerotherapy is non-invasive and requires no anesthesia, although treated veins might darken or bruise for a few days after the procedure.
The Asclera® (polidocanol) Injection is a prescription medicine that is used in a procedure called sclerotherapy to remove unwanted veins on your legs. It is administered by a healthcare provider to treat two types of veins:
- Uncomplicated spider veins (very small varicose veins ≤ 1 mm in diameter).
- Uncomplicated small varicose veins (1 to 3 mm in diameter) known as reticular veins.
Results at 26 Weeks After Last Treatment
Have a look at these un-retouched before and after images of real Asclera patients. Individual results may vary depending on varicose vein severity, disease progression, skin tone, and number of treatments.
Uncomplicated spider vein treatment (≤ 1 mm)
Treated with 0.5%
Uncomplicated spider vein (< 1 mm) and uncomplicated reticular vein (1-3 mm) treatments
Treated with 0.5% and 1%