VeinGogh™ Ohmic Thermolysis System
When Laser or Sclerotherapy is Not Enough

Beauty clinics and aesthetic physician offices use the VeinGogh Ohmic Thermolysis System to provide a superior solution for the treatment of fine telangiectasia, spider veins and small angiomas, especially recalcitrant vessels that have shown a resistance to sclerotherapy, laser or IPL treatment. VeinGogh is the fast, easy way to reliably treat these and other cosmetically unacceptable conditions, often with less discomfort compared to older therapies.

Lasers and other light-based solutions can be expensive, skin-type dependent and have an inherent risk of injury. VeinGogh uses a hair-thin, insulated probe to thermocoagulate and instantly eliminate vessels dependably, repeatably, on any skin-type and on any part of the body.

Vein Gogh

“Similar” devices cost more and use decade-old technology to deliver questionable results and discomfort, and can have a significant risk of leaving visible microscars. VeinGogh delivers outstanding results using unique, proprietary Microburst Technology™, which creates an effective, controllable heating of dermal vasculature without significant discomfort or visible damage to the surrounding tissue.

High Patient Satisfaction

  • Treat a wide range of fine vessels, vascular abnormalities and skin tags, anywhere on the body
  • Consistent, repeatable results, with little or no discomfort
  • Clears even recalcitrant vessels laser/IPL and sclero leave behind
  • Fast, immediate results
  • Usually only a single treatment required

High Value to Your Clinic

  • Simple, easy to use
  • Can be used by any trained professional
  • Compact system is easily moved from room to room
  • Excellent return on investment
  • Proven, reliable technology with fast, depot repair service

Advanced Technology

  • Cutting-edge design specifically targets cosmetically unacceptable vessels using Microburst Technology™ for greater comfort, control and safety.
  • Includes AutoPulse, a unique, proprietary technology that delivers repetitive pulses ranging from 1–3 seconds (user selectable) for greater ease of use, especially when treating multiple vessels. Available only on VeinGogh.


How does it work?

Ohmic thermolysis is the process of using electrical resistivity to selectively thermocoagulation small, cosmetically unacceptable blood vessels, including telangiectasia and spider veins. Using proprietary Microburst Technology™, the VeinGogh Ohmic Thermolysis System delivers high-frequency energy (4 MHz) to the tip of a hair-thin insulated probe that is inserted gently into the vessel. Microbursts of electrical energy are converted to heat to instantly coagulate the blood and collapse the vessel wall, which later will be absorbed by the body. Because the probe directs the heat downward toward the vessel, the outer layers of the skin are unaffected.

Microburst Technology

VeinGogh incorporates Microburst Technology, a powerful and revolutionary frequency regulator that achieves fixed amplitude energy, allowing controllable heating of vessels without significant discomfort or visible damage to the surrounding tissue. Microburst Technology allows the VeinGogh to deliver peak modulation—fixing each pulse at an exact, unfluctuating amplitude for greater control. The resulting pulse train also encompasses sharp, precise peaks rather than a flat energy profile to minimize the risk of damage and deliver consistent results.

In addition, each VeinGogh pulse is delivered only when the user depresses the foot pedal. Combined with Microburst Technology, VeinGogh easily prevents the collateral damage caused by the continuous flow of current deployed by older technologies.

Quick, simple, dependable treatment of fine telangiectasia and spider veins

Before and After Photos

Before and After

Clinical FAQ

Does the treatment hurt?

On a pain scale of 1–10, with some laser treatments being an 8–9, VeinGogh is a 4–5. Since the procedure uses a hair-thin, insulated probe, there can be a slight “pinch.” Patients report it feels similar to a hair being removed.

Is there any downtime?

The precise nature of the VeinGogh treatment limits the risk of over-treating, so there is little to no trauma to the skin. Following treatment, there will be some mild redness that usually lasts about 1–2 hours.

How long is a typical treatment?

Depending upon the technician’s proficiency and the size of the area, treatments can range from about a minute for minor lesions on the nose, and up to 20–25 minutes for a more extensive condition covering much of the face.

When will I see results?

Immediately, You will see continuous improvement over several weeks as the treated vessels are reabsorbed.

How many treatments are needed?

Generally only one treatment is necessary. However, depending on the proficiency of the technician and the severity of the condition, a follow-up treatment may be necessary. For larger areas to be treated the area may be divided in to a few treatment sessions .

Will the veins come back?

Veins that have been properly treated will not return. However, new veins may develop over time and require retreatment. Follow-up visits are recommended for “touch-ups.”

On what size vessels does VeinGogh work best?

VeinGogh works best on spider veins up to 0.3 mm. VeinGogh is not designed to treat feeders or larger vessels deep beneath the surface. Ideally, VeinGogh should be used in conjunction with sclerotherapy to effectively treat leg veins.

Does VeinGogh only work on veins?

No! VeinGogh can also be used to eliminate cherry angiomas, small hemangiomas, skin tags, spider nevi, and even the redness of rosacea.


Pulse duration: 0.1–0.3 s
AutoPulse mode: 1–3 s pulse train
Output frequency: 4 MHz
Maximum output voltage: 300 V
Dimensions: 16? (w) x 13? (d) x 6.5? (h)
Weight: 7.5 lbs.
Power: 100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Temperature: 50–90°F (10–32°C) (Operating), 34–104°F (1–40°C) (Storage)
Humidity: 20–80%, non condensing, operating/storage

The VeinGogh is pending FDA approval for lower limb spider veins and telangiectasia.