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How To Treat Facial and Nasal Spider Veins

Posted by Andrew on 19-Jul-2017 09:56:04

Do you wish you could avoid wearing concealer for just one day? Or forever? Tiny veins, also called thread veins, spider veins or vascular lesions, on the face and nose is a common skin concern and can affect up to 4 out of 10 people. They can be very frustrating for people who suffer from them and can be triggered by a variety of factors which we discuss below. Being aware of what can cause this skin condition will help to reduce reoccurrence following successful treatment.

We explain the causes as well as the leading treatment for facial and nasal spider veins so you can look forward to vein-free, clear skin.

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Topics: Spider Vein Treatment

How To Treat Spider Veins Post Pregnancy

Posted by Andrew on 31-May-2017 11:04:44

During pregnancy, not only are your hormones raging, you also have an increased volume of blood plus the additional weight that pregnancy brings that all lead to increased pressure on your veins. This increased pressure can force them to the surface of the skin to become very visible.

Spider veins (or telangiectasia) commonly form during pregnancy due to hormone changes and the added stress on your veins. Spider veins are a form of vascular lesion which are malformations of veins, capillaries, lymphatic vessels and arteries. They appear as red, purple or bluish lines or clusters of lines on the legs, nose, face and neck and they can make you feel self-conscious.

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Topics: Spider Vein Treatment