Benefits of thread vein removal
Cosmedics offers safe and effective thread vein removal (broken capillaries). The technically advanced Nordlys Thread vein Removal, using an Intense Pulsed Light system is a safe and effective treatment to get rid of redness and broken capillaries. Your personal requirements are overseen and performed, in confidence, by our senior IPL specialist and patient co-ordinator.

Thread veins.

A large proportion of the population suffer from disorders of blood vessels. These range in size from small telangiectasias (small thread veins, spider naevi) to larger Port Wine Stains or birth marks. Most people choose to cover these up with make-up and they can cause significant psychological trauma. The Nordlys IPL treatment offers an effective and clinically proven therapy to remove these lesions.

Which thread veins can be treated?

Thread Veins (small blood vessel near the surface of the skin) on most parts of the body can be treated. The most common treatments are for superficial veins on the face, neck and chest areas. As the treatment relies on absorption of light by the haemoglobin in the blood, the most effective results are seen with light skin. The lighter the skin, the more pronounced the contrast between the vessel and the skin, making treatment easier.
The results you will achieve from the Nordlys treatments are as follows:

Removal of the Thread Vein


Decreased size of Thread Vein


Skin texture & pore size will be improved and the skin will look brighter & younger

Q. How long does an Nordlys treatment take?

A. A single session typically lasts 15-30 minutes.

Q. Does it hurt?

A. Tolerance of pain is very individual from person to person. Most people describe the sensation as similar to that of a rubber band snapping onto the skin, followed by a warm sensation lasting several minutes. You may find it comforting to cool the skin after the treatment with a soothing aloe vera gel.

Q. How many Nordlys treatments do I need?

A. The number of treatments depends on the body site and the severity of the thread vein. Clinical studies have confirmed that 1-3