Facial Veins

How to treat facial veins

Getting rid of Veins on the face can be a quick simple process…

Veins on face treatment uses non-invasive Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment that will immediately eliminate the facial veins. It targets the veins underneath the skin’s surface without damaging the outer layer of skin. This laser will also help treat sun damage, acne, rosacea and birthmarks

Sclerotherapy is a second useful therapy to rid the face of small red or blue reticular veins.

If you want to know how to get rid of red veins on face naturally, you have to start on the inside. Take good quality Vitamin and mineral supplements, including vitamin C and Zinc to build strong capillary walls.

What causes broken capillaries on the face?

There are so many cases of spider veins on face, normally spider veins develop on legs when a lot of pressure is applied but on face, there are so many different causes.

Here are some of the most common causes of facial spider veins:

  1. Smoking

Smoking is one of the leading causes of facial spider veins. It’s because smoking restricts your veins and blood vessels which makes it hard for your body to circulate blood, especially on your face.

Same goes for alcohol too, it can also increase numbers of spider veins.

So if you are a smoker then you should stop smoking already!

  1. Pregnancy

Pregnancy comes with many hormonal changes and due to increased amount of estrogen in your body blood vessels can get damaged and cause spider veins, but after pregnancy this will stop happening.

  1. Harsh Sunlight

Ultraviolet (UV) rays can be harsh to your skin and they can affect your blood vessels and small veins too.

If you expose your face too much to sunlight then this can be a problem to you.

To avoid this problem you should avoid exposure to sun, wear sunscreen or wear hats.

If you work in harsh sunlight then sunscreen is really important for you.

  1. Sudden Pressure

Sudden pressures like vomiting, sneezing or coughing can damaged veins in your face and cause spider veins.

This kind of situation is rare most of the times and those veins will disappear eventually.

  1. Genetics

Just like leg veins, facial veins are also genetic. If you’re your parents or grand parents have suffered from spider veins then there are chances that you may suffer from these problems too.

Most of the time it’s impossible to avoid genetic veins but there are some preventive tips that can help you decrease their risks.

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