The Development of Varicose and Spider Veins may have been out of Your Control, but Restoring the Appearance of Your Skin is definitely not

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Comfortable clothing, like shorts and skirts, will makes you look gorgeous, summer or not; this is not so, however, for those with varicose veins and spider veins, a condition that affects about 30% to 60% of American adults, mostly women. Varicose veins are abnormally enlarged veins. These are most commonly seen on the legs. These (usually) twisted purple, blue, or skin-colored blood vessels bulge above the surface of the skin, making the skin look swollen and more aged. Spider veins, on the other hand, may appear on the legs or face and, though smaller than varicose veins, these are, likewise, easy to notice due to their reddish, purplish or bluish color. Factors that predispose the development of varicose and spider veins, include: jobs that require standing for long hours; history of blood clots; obesity; use of birth control pills; hormonal effects of menopause, pregnancy and...