Pregnancy, weight changes, standing for long periods of time, weak valves, trauma and age can all lead to spider veins on the thighs. They typically start as a small cluster of fine red or purple lines and can spread and enlarge over time. There are two ways to deal with spider veins; 1) cover them up with clothing or full coverage foundation, or 2) laser treatment.
The only way to effectively treat and remove spider veins on the thighs, or anywhere else on the body, is by laser. No other form of treatment can clear visible blood vessels on the skin. We explain the main causes of vascular lesions on the thighs and the leading laser technology to treat them.