Redness and vascular conditions often have a hereditary basis, but they can also be exacerbated by a range of other factors. Stress, exposure to certain chemicals, specific medications, improper skincare routines, hormonal changes, and dietary choices all play a role in contributing to these conditions.

Below is a list of our most recommended treatments for redness and red veins:

Dermalogica ProCalm

30-min $140 | 60-min $230

This treatment targets all sensitive skin conditions. Soothing botanical actives provide relief while lymphatic drainage and pressure point massage help to calm a stressed nervous system. Visibly calms skin and reduces redness, leaves skin feeling softer, balances and hydrates. 

Optional add-ons

Power Up $50

Add an additional technological enhancement (Microcurrent, Hydradermabrasion,Contour Mask or LED light therapy) to your 30 or 60-minute treatment to intensify results.

Super Charge $80

Super-Charge your Pro Calm 60-minute skin treatment by including an additional 2 enhancements (MicrocurrentLEDHydrodermabrasion or Contour Masque). Glow Baby, Glow! 

Single LED Light Therapy Treatment

30-min $90

Experience the rejuvenating power of gentle, natural, wavelength-specific light therapy that promotes healing, detoxification, hydration, and stimulates collagen production in just 30 minutes. 

Electrolysis (Wellington only)

From $25

This is a safe and effective treatment designed to target and eliminate unwanted red veins on the skin's surface. The procedure involves the use of a fine, specialised needle that delivers a low-level electrical current to the affected blood vessels. This current generates controlled heat, which causes coagulation and ultimately collapses the targeted veins.

IPL Red Vein Removal (Herne Bay and Wellington only)

This is a non-invasive and effective treatment aimed at reducing or eliminating unwanted red veins on the skin's surface. This procedure utilises a specialised device that emits intense pulses of broad-spectrum light, which is specifically calibrated to target and heat the hemoglobin within the red veins.