Treating Spider Veins

Spider veins are popping up, literally, all over the world. These enlarged blood vessels, also known as telangiectasia, appear near the surface of the skin on the face and legs as blue or red veins that often are short. Although they occur in both women and men, they occur more frequently in women due to hormone fluctuation. The specific cause of spider veins is unknown, but treatment has become readily available through various products and procedures.

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