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SPIDER VEINS

Spider Veins – Face

Spider Veins in the face. Broken blood vessels on the face are enlarged blood vessels that occur just beneath the surface of the skin. The resulting red, web-shaped appearance gives them their common name, spider veins

Spider Veins, so called because of their web-like appearance, are the smaller version that forms closer to the surface and appears red or blue. Broken blood vessels on the face can develop in anyone at any age, but some people may have a higher chance of developing them than others.

Some causes of broken blood vessels on the face include: 

  • Genes: People whose family members experience spider veins are more likely to have them, too.
  • Sun exposure: Sun damage can enlarge the blood vessels and draw them closer to the skin.
  • Changes in weather: Drastic changes in the weather may affect the circulation in the body, causing the skin in the face to flush. The blood vessels may burst, causing a spider vein.
  • Pregnancy: Hormonal changes during pregnancy may also cause broken blood vessels. Pregnancy-related spider veins usually disappear after giving birth.
  • Environmental irritants: Exposure to certain chemicals or environmental pollutants may damage the skin and make blood vessels more visible.
  • Rosacea: This is a common condition that causes the skin to become flushed and red due to enlarged veins. People with Rosacea often experience spider veins.
  • Alcohol consumption: Alcohol can dilate the blood vessels temporarily. Frequent alcohol consumption may lead to longer-lasting broken blood vessels and redness on the face.

At The Face and Body Place we can evaluate the general condition of your skin as well as your concerns about spider veins and make recommendations including:

  • Lifestyle factors that will reduce the effects and appearance of spider veins
  • MyZest4Life programs that can enhance your general wellness and especially the condition of your skin
  • Skincare products to improve the overall condition of your skin and reduce the appearance and likelihood of spider veins
  • Laser treatments to eliminate spider veins

Treatment Options

Laser Vein Removal

Broken capillaries and other damaged vascular structures will be gently eliminated from the visible layers of your skin’s surface using Laser Vein Removal treatments. The laser delivers light energy and thereby gentle heat to the skin area being treated, blending away the veins and vascular lesions…

Laser for Diffused Redness

Diffused redness refers to a skin condition caused by dilated capillaries which most commonly affect the nose, forehead and cheeks.  The blood vessels are enlarged and normally present as redness on the face. There are many tiny red blood vessels under the surface of the skin if they dilate the result is noticeable.

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