Electro Magnetic Oscillation

What are Spiders Veins?

Spider veins (also called telangiectasias) are clusters of tiny blood vessels that develop close to the surface of the skin. They are often red, blue, or purple; and they have the appearance of a spider web. Spider veins affect up to 50% of the adult population and affect women more often than men. These abnormally clustered vessels appear most often on the face and legs. There are a variety of different risk factors that increase the chances of a person getting spider veins. Risk factors include advanced age, prolonged sitting/standing, obesity, pregnancy, hormone therapy (HT), birth control pills, injury, prior vein surgery, a history of blood clots and family history.

Causes of Spider Veins

Spider veins are caused by structural abnormalities of blood vessels. Veins carry blood back to the heart from other parts of the body. They utilize a series of one-way valves to avoid backflow of blood. For a variety of reasons, these valves can become defective, allowing the backflow of blood within veins. The subsequent pooling of blood and pressure increase within the vein, and weakens the blood vessel wall. Spider veins then develop from the engorgement and dilation of the affected blood vessels.

Diagnosing Spider Veins

Your health care professional can diagnose spider veins by closely examining the affected areas, which are usually on the legs and face. The exam will consist of a visual inspection of the areas concerned. Special attention will be given to areas of redness, swelling, skin discoloration, and skin ulcers. Though most cases of spider veins and varicose veins do not require treatment, those individuals who develop complications should seek medical care and treatment.

The treatment of spider veins and varicose veins also is sought for cosmetic reasons. There are various measures that can be used at home to help alleviate some of the symptoms should they develop. These conservative measures also can help prevent any potential complications.

Treatment: Electro Magnetic Oscillation

Electro Magnetic Oscillation therapy is another alternative medical procedure that can be performed at Derma Solution. It is sometimes used as a complement to sclerotherapy in order to maximize results. It is most effective for spider veins and tiny varicose veins. For those individuals who do not like needles, this provides an alternative option. Our trained practitioners will examine your particular condition and advise you on which treatment is best given your particular situation.

The treatment machine used at Derma Solution will produce 30000000 Hz of ultra high frequency electro magnetic oscillation with the unique soft silk (incision point thinner than hair) to breakdown the haemoglobin and release the energy transferring into the skin surface to remove lesions, capillaries, and intravascular haemoglobin. This in return will break the affected spider web into small molecules that will be absorbed by tissues, and disappeared with body’s metabolism. Results can be seen almost immediately*

Treatment Scope

  1. Blood Spider Veins;
  2. Varicose Veins;
  3. Line Shape Veins;
  4. Flat (tuber);
  5. Cherry Shape Vein Tumour/ Cherry Angiomas;
  6. Milia Fat Granule;
  7. Bum Lift
  8. Dark Spots/ Pigmentation; and
  9. Skin Tags/ Warts

The treatment result can be evidenced immediately without swelling, scar and no rebounding. The whole treatment procedure is very fast and comfortable, has no influence to client’s daily life and work. The treatment can be performed on the skin surface easily and it is considered to be highly advance.

Preventing Spider Veins

Although spider veins and varicose veins may not always be entirely preventable, there are various measures you can take to reduce your chances of developing them. Prevention tips include:

  1. Exercising regularly,
  2. Maintain a healthy weight,
  3. Avoid prolonged sitting or standing,
  4. Avoid crossing your legs while seated,
  5. Elevate your legs when resting, and
  6. Avoid wearing tight-fitting clothing around your waist, groin and legs.

Does Electro Magnetic Oscillation require anaesthesia?

This procedure is done without anaesthesia.

Risks associated with Electro Magnetic Oscillation

Although the chances of side effects are very low, however there is a small chance of potential side effects that include minor redness or swelling around the treated area, skin discoloration and blisters.

Recovering from Electro Magnetic Oscillation

There are no activity restrictions. Patients sometimes feel sore, as if they had worked out. Rarely do patients experience pain.

Technical Parameters


Handle Numbers 1 handles available
Output Mode Continuous and Pulsed
Treatment of Needle Wire 0.01mm Diameter
Input Power 150 W
Output Power 0-100%±10%
Input Voltage AC220V ± 10% 10A, 50HZ
Output Frequency 30MHz

Questions and Answers

Can spider veins be removed at one time?
After treatment, is there trauma? Will it leave a scar?
How long it will be maintained after treatment? Will it recur?
After treatment, what needs to be paid attention?
Is it painful while treating? Will it be swollen?
How long does one treatment take?
What is the best season for treating?