This is an injection that states it works better than current saline treatments. Three sessions are the norm for most with a 50 to 60 percent improvement. A very tiny needle is used to inject the chemical into each vein.
The drug is called Asclera and you can read more a the website. BD
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"It is hereditary and I got them from both of the times that I had my children, two daughters,'" Marty Arnold said.
Arnold is trying Asclera, a new chemical injectable that destroys the lining of the cells.
Dermatologists like Dr. Ken Aftergut said it's much more advanced than the old saline treatments.