These are unsightly vascular deformities with red to bluish hue under the skin. They are usually located at the lower extremities, particularly the knees, legs, and ankles. Women are notably more prone to develop this vascular malfunction or deformity. There are a lot of treatment options for spider vein such as laser treatment, support/compression stockings, and sclerotherapy. Sclerotherapy is the most popular treatment modality because of its lower cost and effectiveness. It is a simple office procedure that involves injecting a sclerosing solution which causes the vein to collapse and then fade from view after some time. This is performed with or without topical anesthetics (EMLA). Support stockings or elastic bandage are usually applied at the leg area to minimize swelling, bruising, and prevent the development of unsightly vascular lesions at the other areas of the lower extremities. Bruising and swelling eventually fade after one to two weeks.