Vein Therapy2018-09-10T14:45:53+11:00


The Cutera ExcelV delivers a form of technology that can create denaturation to veins in the legs and face. Most forms of veins can be treated except for varicose veins. It works by delivering extreme heat into the vein, the laser light is attracted to the haemoglobin in the blood which then causes this vein to rupture or coagulate. The body will then reabsorb this and remove accordingly. Most clients will require up to 6 treatments.

Key Elements/Benefits:

  • Quick treatment time (20 – 40 mins)
  • Good aesthetic result post treatments
  • No scarring
  • 4 – 6 treatments required.

During Treatment:

During the treatment an ultrasound gel will be applied to the area of concern (face or legs typically) and a cooling process will begin. This is to ensure the epidermis incurs minimal damage. This cooling process is done through the laser head (integrated cooling). After the area is completely cooled or numbed the laser will send a pulse down into the vein. This is done numerous times for each vein being treated. Mild discomfort occurs whilst the veins are denaturing, however once denatured cooling is applied once more to obtain optimum comfort.

After Treatment:

Once the treatment ends, the treated veins will become red, swollen and in some cases disappear instantly. This swelling and redness may last up to 48 hours. If bruising is to occur this will take effect immediately after, and are often purple in colour. We recommended avoiding extreme physical exercise for 48 hours post treatment, make up can be applied post treatment.


  • Removal of veins, including telangiectasia, spider and blue reticular veins.
  • ** patient results vary accordingly, and although we endeavour to create the best possible result some clients will achieve a slightly better result than others.

Price: Face $150,  Legs $250

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