Posts tagged: spider veins

How to Choose the Best Compression Stockings for Varicose Veins

Compression stockings, socks, and sleeves can be used to prevent and treat varicose veins by improving the blood flow in your legs. They are tight around your ankles and become looser in the higher parts of your legs, promoting the ease with which blood travels from the lowest part of your body back up to […]

Published on: 25 July 2016
Posted by: Editorial Team

Intensive Pulse Light (IPL): Does It Work for Spider Veins?

It’s almost Halloween, and for some of us red and blue spiderweb-looking veins are not necessarily part of the costume. Spider veins, also known as Telangiectasias now bother millions of people around the globe. Most of the time, they affect your face or legs, but in theory can occur anywhere on your body. So why […]

Published on: 30 October 2015
Posted by: Veins

Hawthorn for Varicose Veins: Worth Trying?

Vein related disorders, such as varicose and spider veins, as well as chronic venous insufficiency are a common problem that affects 50% Americans, and women are at higher risk. Most people try to avoid professional medical treatment as long as possible – after all, at the initial stage varicose and spider veins are more of […]

Published on: 17 October 2015
Posted by: Veins

Creams for Varicose and Spider Veins

As more and more people are experiencing vein-related disorders, such as chronic venous insufficiency, varicose and spider veins, natural remedies, creams and herbal supplements become more popular as an alternative to vein removal surgery, laser therapy and sclerotherapy. Especially when the symptoms of venous disorders are fairly mild, people tend to look for over-the-counter products […]

Published on: 23 September 2015
Posted by: Veins

Venous Disorders: Ankle Spider Veins

Spider veins, also known as telangiectasias, are spider web looking veins which typically affect the face and legs, but theoretically can develop anywhere on the body. These groups of small blood vessels can be seen very close to the surface of the skin and the cause behind their formation is not perfectly clear. In most cases, […]

Published on: 16 September 2015
Posted by: Veins

Apple Cider Vinegar for Varicose Veins: Yes or No?

Varicose and spider veins, as well as other vein-related disorders such as chronic venous insufficiency affect up to 50% of the American population, which makes it one of the most common chronic conditions in the United States. Although at the beginning varicose and spider veins are mainly a cosmetic concern, with time they can develop […]

Published on: 31 August 2015
Posted by: Veins

Royal Family of Facial Redness

Many men and women suffer from a common condition called facial redness. The embarrassing, constant look of a ripe tomato can occur for various reasons, but it’s generally caused by spider veins and broken capillaries in the face – facial telangiectasias. The most frequent factor telangiectasias can be associated with is Acne Rosacea which mainly affects the […]

Published on: 29 July 2015
Posted by: Veins

Varicose Veins Treatment: Insurance Might Cover It!

Varicose veins and other vein-related disorders are now one of the most chronic conditions in North America – up to 30 million Americans are affected by chronic venous insufficiency and varicose veins. Varicose veins are always related to non-functioning vein valves and they develop for various reasons, such as genetics, increasing age, obesity, hormonal changes, […]

Published on: 24 July 2015
Posted by: Veins

Varicose Veins in Summertime

Hot weather and summertime vacation – the most enjoyable time of the year for many, and a painful season for the unfortunate with varicose and spider veins. There are many factors that cause varicose veins to develop or worsen, and if you suffer from these vein-related disorders, heat will always be your enemy. Varicose veins […]

Published on: 23 July 2015
Posted by: Veins

Celebrity Facial Redness: When You Blush Too Much

Facial redness is a common problem of many men and women, and it’s not just blushing when being shy. The permanent tomato look can occur for various reasons, but it’s generally caused by facial telangiectasias – spider veins and broken capillaries in the face. The most affected areas are around the nose, chin and cheeks. […]

Published on: 14 July 2015
Posted by: Veins